Water Kefir is usually made using various sweet liquids like sugar water or coconut water.
To prepare this probiotic-rich and non-diary beverage we also need a starter culture.
Being placed into water with organic sugar they start consuming it and producing a great number of substances, useful for human body.
Water kefir can become a healthy alternative to dairy products with lactose, which is intolerable for many people.
It is also an effective addition to the vegan diet, which excludes dairy products and requires bigger amount of vitamin B12.
Water kefir has high nutrition value. One 300-ml portion of it contains 40 calories, 9.9 grams of carbohydrates and 5.1 grams of sugar.
In addition, this drink is an excellent source of vitamin B, vitamin K, vitamin C and amino acids, and contains minerals, enzymes and sugars that are easily digested.
Water kefir restores the nervous system, has a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system and participates in fat burning.
It prevents aging of the body and is necessary for the production of red blood cells. That is why it is considered to be a very powerful natural probiotic.
How to make Water Kefir?
Things we need:
- Water kefir grains: 1 tablespoon.
- A clean glass jar: big enough for 1 liter of water.
- Water – 1/2 liter.
- Sugar: 4 tablespoons
- Take a glass jar and put 4 tablespoons of sugar into it.
- Pour a litre of the chosen water and mix thoroughly.
- Then add 1 tablespoon of water kefir grains.
- Cover the jar using a cloth with a rubber band and leave in for 24 hours.
- After that time, drain the water through a plastic strainer and separate the grains.
- Water kefir drink is ready, you can add some flavor like lemon to taste it better.
- Re-fill the jar with new water, sugar and water kefir grains to make the next batch.
- The best fermentation time is 24-48 hours. In the end of this period water kefir acquires a taste of champagne.
How to make Coconut Kefir?
Coconut kefir is the result of the addition of kefir grains to coconut water. It is an ideal drink for any person who cares about health and likes traditional sour-milk analogue.
Kefir made with coconut water has a pleasant taste of classic kefir and a fresh aftertaste of coconut. It contains beta-carotenes, niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, folic acid, pantothenic acid, as well as vitamins A, B, C, E and K.
Such composition helps to strengthen the immune system. Basically it has all the benefits of traditional milk and water kefir with the only addition that it fights candida problems much better, due to specific components of coconut water.
How to make Cocunut Kefir
1 cup of fresh coconut water
1 tablespoon of water kefir grains
- Pour coconut water into a glass jar.
- Place the kefir grains or water kefir into the coconut water.
- Cover with a cloth and let it ferment for 24 hours.
- When fermentation is finished, remove the kefir grains and drink it.
- Use the grains to make the next batch of cocunut kefir drink or water kefir drink.
How do we send kefir grains?
- Kefir grains will be packed carefully with a sturdy and food-safe plastic container with enough milk for kefir grains to be healthy until it reaches you.
- We will pack only just right in time at the date of dispatch and we will send you detailed how to make kefir instructions manual through WhatsApp.
- Expiration date of the sealed grains will be active and healthy for 12 days from the date of shipment. We assure you 100% about the health of the Kefir grains in transit.
We delivered kefir grains to the following cities and can deliver throughout India.
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