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Milk Kefir Grains

Buy milk kefir grains online in Australia

1 Tablespoon of Milk Kefir Grains

Make delicious, kefir for your family every day. You only need to purchase the Milk Kefir Grains once for a lifetime supply.

How to make Milk Kefir - Simply add 1 tablespoon (amount supplied) of fresh milk kefir grains as purchased to 250ml (1 cup) milk.  This will produce 1 cup of milk kefir every 12-24 hours (depending on temperature). Instructions are included with purchase.

Quantity – 1 tablespoon of Kefir Grains
Price - $35 AUD (includes packaging and posting)

These grains are live cultures that will produce the highly beneficial Kefir.  (They will be sent from Darwin, NT Australia).  I will prepare, package and post them ASAP. I make them fresh, so there could be a few days wait until they are ready.

Making this in your home is a very cheap way to get all the fantastic health benefits of probiotics and more.

Storage of Milk Kefir Grains - When you are not making milk kefir you can store milk kefir grains in a refrigerator for up to 4 weeks. For long-term storage, milk kefir grains can be store in a freezer for up to 2 years. After freezing, milk kefir grain may take up to 4 batches before returning to original potency. 

Milk Kefir grains are a live culture that will last forever provided you look after them. In a short period of time kefir grains will multiply so will you will have more than enough for your own use as well as extra to share with family and friends. You will only ever need to purchase kefir grains once.  If you care for them correctly and they will last a lifetime.

These grains have been grown alternating between pasteurized non-homogenized cow's milk and raw pasture fed cow milk. They will successfully ferment any fresh, raw or pasteurized, cow's or goat's milk into a healthy kefir drink packed with many strains of beneficial bacterias and yeasts.

The kefir grains are double-bagged in ziplock bags and wrapped in bubblewrap for protection.

Instructions on fermenting your kefir are included.

Milk Kefir Grains are available in Australia only.  I don’t ship Kefir Grains overseas.

Orders are shipped to the address on your Paypal Account.

Please email me if your postal address is different to the address on your Paypal Account.

Kefir is a fermented milk product that originated in Europe.  Kefir contains beneficial live bacteria that can colonize the intestinal tract and beneficial yeasts that dominate, control and eliminate destructive yeasts in the body.
Kefir is a rich source of many different vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids that promote healing and repair, as well as general health maintenance. Kefir contains high levels of thiamin, B12, calcium, folates and Vitamin K2. It is a good source of biotin, a B vitamin that helps the body assimilates other B vitamins.
The small curd size of kefir makes it easy to digest and it also contains lactase, the enzyme needed to digest lactose as well as many vitamins and minerals including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, Vitamin B2 and B12, vitamin K, vitamin A and vitamin D. It also contains Tryptophan, and essential amino acid known for it's relaxing effect on the nervous system.
Cysteine is a non-denatured amino acid found in raw whey, which is the optimal component for the intracellular production of Glutathione by the liver. Glutathione is known as the body's master antioxidant and detoxifier. However, pasteurization denatures Cysteine into Cystine, the latter of which is eleven times less effective as a precursor to Glutathione production by the liver.

How to make Milk Kefir - (images will be here soon)

Step 1 - Place the Milk Kefir Grains into a glass jar.

Step 2 - Add 1 cup of milk.

Step 3 - Cover with a cloth, paper towel or other material that will allow it to breathe.

Step 4 - Leave for 12-24 hours depending on how you like your kefir. (This is a personal choice). Stir a couple of times. Temperature changes will affect the fermentation time.  You won’t kill the kefir, so don’t worry if you get it wrong.  Just adjust the fermentation time for the next batch. Experiment until you get it to the consistency and taste that you like.  

Step 5 - Strain the milk with the kefir grains through a plastic sieve. The liquid that is strained off can be placed in the fridge or consumed straight away.

Step 6 - The kefir grains that are left in the sieve can be placed into a glass jar and you can start again from step one.

 

 

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