How to Make Water Kefir
Hi Sweet Friends,
Water Kefir is a delicious, probiotic-rich fermented beverage, offering you a perfect alternative drink when you grow tired of Kombucha. It’s easy to make and involves preparing a solution of sugar and water and pouring it into a jar over your grains.
Get ready to enjoy fermented water
After you pour the water, let the kefir grains in the sugar water sit for 24-48 hours in a warm place at about 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Then drain off the grains and enjoy a delightfully effervescent, slightly tangy fermented water!
Try a second ferment with fruit
If you like, you can perform a second ferment. Take your strained water kefir (minus the grains), add some fruit, and ferment overnight. Now you have fruit-flavored water kefir. It couldn’t be easier!
And now try more fermented and cultured beverages
Now that you have mastered Water Kefir, be sure to check out my other videos for fermented and cultured beverages:
|How to Make Milk Kefir|
|How to Make Beet Kvass|
So be sure to watch this YouTube video as I walk you through the step-by-step process of making Water Kefir. Start making fermented beverages today!
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