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Milk kefir grains are powerful critters, but what happens if you don’t want to make so much kefir? Give one of these methods a try to slow down your grains.
Reluctant to maintain milk kefir grains? Wondering "can I just use prepared (store-bought) kefir to make homemade milk kefir"? We have the answer for you!
Varying milk kefir culturing time can make the difference between a mild, thin kefir and a very thick, sour kefir. Learn how to control the culturing time.
Learn about the factors that affect the lactose content of finished milk kefir and how to manipulate them to make kefir that's right for you.
The good news is milk kefir is really versatile. It can be used for just about anything calling for a bit of cultured dairy product, whether it be savory or sweet.
Learn how to take a break from making milk kefir without damaging your grains.
Want your milk kefir grains to grow so you can share with friends? Learn how to keep grains healthy and stress-free, to help them to multiply.
Add flavoring to milk kefir and ferment a second time, to vary the flavor of your finished beverage. Check out our flavoring ideas and tips, too!
If you're looking to make Yogurt, Kefir, or Cultured Buttermilk from previously frozen milk, keep in mind these factors when working with frozen milk.
You can enjoy drinking milk kefir or use extra to make other beneficial cultured products, from sour cream and cream cheese to hard cheese, and more.
Kefir, because it contains acids and bacteria, much like yogurt and buttermilk, can be used in all sorts of baking recipes with delicious, tangy results.
Did you know that milk kefir can be used to leaven and ferment bread? Learn how to use this simple method to make a type of sourdough.