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4oz of Kefir Grains

Water kefir grains create a high-probiotic beverage from any sugar source. (sugar water, juice) Live active grains can create a new batch of water kefir every 48-72 hours. 

Great alternative to dairy kefir and can be flavored with increased variety! 

4oz of kefir grains is enough to make one half gallon of water kefir. Combine kefir grains with 60oz of water, 4oz sugar, and 2 tablespoons of molasses. Takes anywhere from 2-3 days depending on ambient room temperature. Water kefir can then be strained off from the grains and a second fermentation with more sugar, fruit, and flavorings can create a delicious probiotic drink!

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Awesome

Grew 10x it’s original size only after a couple fermentation’s, good stuff

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There alive!!!

I love them they work perfect I’ve made about 5 batches already and they continue to grow.

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A.D.
Water Kefir Grains

I am totally satisfied and happy after brewing these grains. So much less involved than kombucha and the second ferment very well! Very grateful and happy with my purchase. Thank you Frankie 🌟💕💥

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C.L.
Amazing Kefir Grains

These grains are robust and vibrant. Within 2 weeks my grains have multiplied from 4oz to nearly 2lb. Frank’s video on fermenting the grains is spot on. The cane sugar, molasses , Gerolsteiner mix tastes amazing even without a second fermentation. The quality of the grains is so high I ended up placing 3 more orders to give to family and friends.

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A.C.
Healthy and active grains!

After ordering these water kefir grains, I got a little concerned about their ability to survive the weather in my neck of the woods -- with air temperature averaging around -20° F, even just ten minutes in the mailbox would be enough to freeze them solid. My mailbox is about ten miles from my house (USPS won't go any farther up my dirt road), so the odds were greater than good that they'd freeze before I could get to them. Add to that the snow-related delay of almost a week, and I assumed that at best, they'd show up starving and slushy -- and they did.

Tossed them in some warm sugary water, gave them a few days to adjust, and sure enough, they started fermenting, and vigorously! Just kicked off the secondary fermentation on the first batch tonight, and from the looks of it, the grains have already multiplied.

Very healthy and resilient culture Frank's got here -- highly recommend it! Thanks, brother!