Articles and FAQs about Kefir and how to make it.
Can I make water kefir with the Mad Millie Kefir Culture?
This is not advisable as our Kefir culture is designed for use with milks or juices. It will require some s...
When do I remove the stainless steel mixing ball from my kefir?
Leave the mixing ball in right until you have finished consuming all of the kefir in your jar. You will nee...
Kefir - reculturing, culture and grains
Reculturing with Mad Millie Culture You can reculture your kefir by using 1/4 cup to start your next batch ...
Can I make dairy-free kefir?
Making Kefir You can use juice, coconut water, coconut powder and soy milk as alternatives to dairy milks. ...
Can you use coconut powder to make kefir?
Yes, you can use coconut powder to make kefir. Just follow the rehydration instructions on your packet of c...
How much kefir should you have per day?
We recommend starting slowly, so increase your kefir intake gradually otherwise you may get an upset stomac...
How long can kefir be stored in the fridge?
Kefir can be kept in the fridge for up to 3 weeks.
What are the essential elements of making Kefir?
There are some essential elements to consider when making kefir; Temperature: Room temperature is great for...
Is the metal ball in the kefir kit okay to use?
Generally kefir should not be in contact with metals as metals are prone to leach under acidic conditions (...
Can I add lemon to my kefir?
You shouldn't add lemon, or generally any citrus, to your kefir. While the culture is acid resistant, the p...
How do I make kefir fizzy?
In order to make kefir fizzy use the lid instead of a muslin cloth when it's fermenting. Once you have give...