One of the most probiotic foods known, great for healing ‘ leaky gut’ syndrome. Rich in B12, magnesium, calcium, biotin, folate, K2, and enzymes this benefits our bodies by: Supporting detox organs, improving digestion, building bone density, combating allergy symptoms, healing Inflammatory Bowel disease and Candida.
Making kefir at home ensures a food you can count on to be a super staple.
Never made Kefir? Not to worry, it’s extremely simple. Add about a teaspoon of kefir grains to a cup of milk, cover the glass, and let it sit out at room temperature for about 24 hours. During this time, the healthy bacterias and yeast in the kefir grains will ferment the milk, preventing it from spoiling while transforming it into kefir.
When done, the kefir will have thickened to the consistency of buttermilk and taste noticeably tangy, like yogurt. Strain out the grains so you can use them in another batch, and the kefir is ready to drink.