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Tag Archives: kefir

  • How to Make Milk Kefir, Simply

    If you are looking for ways to include more cultured foods in your diet, you may want to try milk kefir. Kefir is yogurt’s runnier, drinkable cousin, and is one of the simplest forms of cultured dairy to make at home.
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  • How to Make Water Kefir

    Water kefir is the most popular fermented food at our house. It's the one ferment that each family member enjoys and will drink on a regular basis. I was surprised by how quickly my family fell in love with this bubbly, tangy treat. If you want to try it, too, keep reading.
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  • How to Make Delicious Kefir Cream Cheese

    Most folks look at cheese as a healthy protein and dairy food. But when you consider that the milk used to make the cheese probably had additives, and that the cheese has additives, the health-promoting aspect of that cheese diminishes greatly. How refreshing that making cheese at home, from healthier ingredients, is a simple task.
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  • A Sourdough Kefir Waffle Recipe

    I never had waffles as a child. In fact, I never fed them to my kids until the oldest was a teen. It just never occured to me the need to buy a waffle iron until we stayed in a hotel on vacation. After that, my kids were excited to open a waffle iron on Christmas. Now, I'm excited to try Michelle's Sourdough Kefir Waffle recipe, you can never have too many variations when it comes to waffles.
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  • Kefir Helps Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

    If you haven't tried kefir, now is the time to do it. Not only do you get the benefits of it being loaded with probiotics, here Andrew explains that kefir benefits fatty liver disease.
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  • How to Make Cultured Almond Milk

    I've never tried almond milk but my husband loves it in his smoothies. This recipe will surely add more power-packed nutrition to smoothies or anything you would want to use it with. I'm already thinking a dash of vanilla extract would taste great in it, too. To learn how to make cultured almond milk for yourself, keep reading.
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  • Fresh Fruit Kefir Ice Pops


    Posted by Kristi

    Summer is over. The kids are back in school. My how the time flies! Let’s send summer away with love and ice pops. Making probiotic ice pops is fun and easy. The kids can even help. They are sure to love these awesome cold treats. The flavor combinations you can make at home are almost endless, and yet so simple to create.

    Introduce fermented foods to your children with style


    If you are looking for a way to introduce fermented foods to your kids, this is a great place to start. The flavor is amazing, and they are a quick snack, mom (and kids) can make in less than five minutes. There is no added sugar, only the sugar content from fresh fruit, and the water kefir. The kids don’t need a whole bunch of sugar anyway right?

    Making these ice pops starts with cutting up the desired fruit and placing it in the ice pop mold. The kind of fruit you can use is endless. The best ones to try are berries, pineapple, banana, kiwi, mango, and melons.

    Bananas are definitely a fan favorite. Berries are a sure second favorite. You can mix and match different fruits to find what your family’s favorite will be. We love strawberry banana water kefir ice pops. Pineapple is a great choice; the texture of frozen pineapple is just wonderful, and full of flavor. We also made kiwi, mango, pineapple, and watermelon. They were fantastic! The taste of the frozen water kefir is exploding with fruit flavor.


    • Fruits of your choice – the amount will depend on the size of your mold. Just fill up your mold ¾ of the way to the top.

    • Next, add water kefir to the fill line on your molds.

    • Place the tops onto the molds and pop them into the freezer. Freeze them for about four to five hours and serve!

    You could add half water kefir and half of your favorite juice. Orange juice, and grape juice are some of our favorites to add. It just gives it a little extra kick. You could try pineapple, apple, cranberry, or a mixture of juices. Try it out and see what is your favorite! My son said we should add yogurt. I think that is a great idea! We will have to give that a try next time.

    Before we send summer off let’s have one last run through the sprinkler, one last ice pop, maybe take a swim in the pool, see you next year summer, we sure will miss you!

    Kristi is the blog owner of She is a wife and mother of three wonderful boys. She loves to write about food, children & parenting, tips and tricks, and survival information.
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