How to Make Kefir Milk Step by Step
Steps to Make Milk Kefir
Milk kefir is fermented with kefir grains in a pasteurized milk of animals such as cow, goat, and sheep, we strongly discourage the use of UHT milk or Ultra pasteurized.
Supplies You Need
- A non-metal stirring utensil
- A glass jar
- A rubber band
- A plastic strainer
- A breathable cover for the jar
- 1-2 teaspoons active Milk Kefir Grains
- 1-liter Cow or goat milk
- Pour active kefir grains into a glass jar with up to 4 cups of fresh milk.
- Cover with a coffee filter or butter muslin or cheesecloth with a rubber band or jar ring.
- To start fermentation, place this jar in a room temperature at 68°-85°F to culture.
- Until the milk is slightly thickened and aromatized. This should take 12-24 hours, but this time can be varies may depends upon amount of milk and room temperatures.
- Strain the kefir grains from the milk, and place in a new batch of milk or you can also store the grains using our simple instructions.
- Keep the kefir milk in the refrigerator and consume within two days. As time past, its taste become more tangy.