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Re: CO vs Young Coconut Kefir


Hey Stephanie,

Internet is a WONDERFUL place to learn. Anytime you are looking for something, just do a search. Here is what I found when I searched for 'coconut kefir'.


How do you make coconut Kefir?

Take your case of young coconuts, punch holes in the end where the eyes are pour out all the coconut water into clean glass jars. To one pint of liquid (about 4 young coconuts) add a packet of kefir starter culture. Let this sit about 24-48 hours.

You will know your kefir is ready when the color changes to a milky white and usually there is a bit of bubbling or foam on the top. This means the Sugar has all been removed. When you drink it will taste tangy and tart.

You can use about 1/4 cup of kefir from the first batch to "transfer" friendly bacteria to your next batch of kefir. You can do this up to seven times with one package of starter. When the weather becomes cold outside warm the liquid to about 90 degrees before adding the starter. Then place the glass jar some where warmer so the temperature is steady at around 70 degrees.

Allow room for expansion as the coconut water ferments and becomes coconut kefir. Cover and let set at room temperature for a day or two. The cooler it is in your home, the longer it will take to ferment. The water will become like a drinkable yogurt. When this happens place it in the refrigerator. It will keep for several weeks. You may add vanilla, stevia, or any flavoring and sweetening of your choice.

1/2 Cup of Coconut Kefir with a meal greatly helps digestion. You can add ginger, stevia. fresh lemon, and/ or lime juice, etc. if desired. A half of a cup at bed time will greatly help to reestablish a health inner ecosystem. Studies have shown that when you are lying still during sleep, the micro flora reproduce faster.

http://www.wildernessfamilynaturals.com/mall/kefir_culture.ASP

http://healthhacker.org/satoroams/archives/000228.html

http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLD,GGLD:2005-0...

Dont forget to read this one.. :)

http://www.bodyecologydiet.com/coconutkefir.php

In health

gup

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Hey Stephanie,

Internet is a WONDERFUL place to learn. Anytime you are looking for something, just do a search. Here is what I found when I searched for 'coconut kefir'.


How do you make coconut Kefir?

Take your case of young coconuts, punch holes in the end where the eyes are pour out all the coconut water into clean glass jars. To one pint of liquid (about 4 young coconuts) add a packet of kefir starter culture. Let this sit about 24-48 hours.

You will know your kefir is ready when the color changes to a milky white and usually there is a bit of bubbling or foam on the top. This means the Sugar has all been removed. When you drink it will taste tangy and tart.

You can use about 1/4 cup of kefir from the first batch to "transfer" friendly bacteria to your next batch of kefir. You man do this up to seven times with one package of starter. When the weather becomes cold outside warm the liquid to about 90 degrees before adding the starter. Then place the glass jar some where warmer so the temperature is steady at around 70 degrees.

Allow room for expansion as the coconut water ferments and becomes coconut kefir. Cover and let set at room temperature for a day or two. The cooler it is in your home, the longer it will take to ferment. The water will become like a drinkable yogurt. When this happens place it in the refrigerator. It will keep for several weeks. You may add vanilla, stevia, or any flavoring and sweetening of your choice.

1/2 Cup of Coconut Kefir with a meal greatly helps digestion. You can add ginger, stevia. fresh lemon, and/ or lime juice, etc. if desired. A half of a cup at bed time will greatly help to reestablish a health inner ecosystem. Studies have shown that when you are lying still during sleep, the micro flora reproduce faster.

http://www.wildernessfamilynaturals.com/mall/kefir_culture.ASP

http://healthhacker.org/satoroams/archives/000228.html

http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLD,GGLD:2005-0...

Dont forget to read this one.. :)

http://www.bodyecologydiet.com/coconutkefir.php

In health

gup
 

 
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