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Genuine Milk Kefir Grains for Sale
Live Fresh Milk Kefir Grains
Always grown in
Kombucha Kamp Live Milk Kefir Grains are available for Worldwide Shipping! Milk Kefir Grains are a composite of bacteria and yeasts that ferment lactose in milk to create a lightly effervescent, probiotic beverage. The fermentation process breaks down the lactose sugar in the milk making it digestible by those sensitive to lactose.
Water & milk kefir grains are lacto-ferments which have a milder flavor than Kombucha.
Diversity is key to having a healthy microbiome (gut). Incorporating living bacteria and yeast from a variety of sources benefits the microbiome and boosts immunity.
Milk Kefir has been around since the beginning of recorded history. It is a tangy, slightly carbonated, fermented milk beverage that looks a like pourable yogurt. It is rich in protein, calcium, vitamin B12, niacin, and folic acid.
Huge amounts of good colonies of bacteria in kefir dominate the milk thereby suppressing any harmful bacterias and preserving the milk. These bacterias eat the milk sugars out of the milk, and perform their fermentation process and infuse the milk with healthy qualities. The milk becomes sour because the kefir microbes eat the sugars and use this as food to create the perfect environment for good bacterias to thrive.
Also called the champagne of yogurt, it has 30 plus good bacteria for kefir – whereas there are a mere handful in commercially produced yogurts.
FREE LACTO FERMENTED SODAS GUIDE WITH PURCHASE - includes recipes for kefir cheese, flavored water kefir, beet kvass and more!
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THIS PRODUCT FEATURES:
- 1 Tablespoon of living Milk Kefir Grains in milk nutrient solution - makes 2 cups (add more grains to make larger batches)
- Grown in Organic Whole Milk
- Detailed Milk Kefir Recipe and Tips sheet
- Free Lacto Fermented Sodas Guide with bonus recipes!
- Full support
- Gluten free facility
- May take a few cycles to adapt to raw milk due to the presence of other bacteria in the milk
- May also be adapted for goat's milk and nut milks
- Add more grains for deep discounts! - Why more grains? Each packet of milk kefir grains makes 2 cups in the first batch, and can be re-used. But if you want to make a larger batches, or make a few 2-Cup Batches right away, or if you want extra packets for friends or family members...there are so many reasons to want extra Milk Kefir Grains!!
- Add a USA Made ½ Gallon Glass Jar...or Two! FREE Thermometer Strip(s) ($4.95 value each!) make this a great value, all with FREE SHIPPING! (in the USA) - Half Gallon Glass Jar - If you need a high quality glass vessel for brewing, we've got you covered. The included thermometer strip(s) offer convenience and accuracy and will stay attached once applied, even through the dishwasher. The strips let you know if the brew is in the right temperature range for brewing success, or if a heating solution (click for more info) may be needed. 65-75°F (18-24°C) is the ideal range.
Buy Milk Kefir Grains
Milk kefir grains are a popular choice among individuals and families looking to enjoy a healthy dietary lifestyle or for those who may be sensitive to lactose. At Kombucha Kamp you can find milk kefir grains for sale to boost your healthy lifestyle.
What’s the difference between kefir and kefir grains?
Kefir is the beverage or end product of using kefir grains, as a beginning “kit” to create the beverage.
Can milk kefir be flavored?
Yes, once you have learned how to make milk kefir or have purchased your own batch, milk kefir can be turned into a variety of flavors. For example, you can blend it with fresh fruit, make kefir nog, sprinkle cinnamon on top, and more.
What’s the difference between kefir and yogurt?
Kefir and yogurt are commonly referred (and compared) for their similar characteristics. While kefir also has a sour taste like yogurt, kefir itself has a much thinner consistency instead. Kefir has many more (up to about 30) strains of positive bacteria, making it a diverse probiotic source (to help with weight management, mental health and digestion).
Where does the name “kefir” come from?
Having originated from different parts of Southwest Asia and Eastern Europe regions, the word itself originates from a turkish word. “Keyif” after translation means “to feel good” after eating.