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Milk Kefir Grains, starter - $10 (Goshen/Millersburg, IN)

condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Milk Kefir Grains
model name / number: Cultured, Fermented

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Here I am offering Milk Kefir Grains, $10.00 for 1 Tablespoon.
If fed fresh milk every day or two and kept at a comfortable room temperature the grains multiply rapidly!

I have written a blog post on Wordpress where you can read about how I make kefir and also how I make my "kefir sour cream" and "kefir cream cheese". It is very easy! :)
Here is the web address for my milk kefir post, which you can copy and paste into your search bar-
https://wheretheroostercrowsandmulberriesgrow.wordpress.com/2022/12/01/milk-kefir/

My kefir grains are fed fresh goat milk from our own goat. Milk kefir grains can readily adjust between cow's milk, goat milk, or other animal's milk! Some of my grains came from someone who had store bought organic cow's milk. I did not have fresh milk at the time so I was using milk I had in the freezer. I switched my hungry grains from cow to goat, back to cow and then more goat before they finally had delightful fresh goat milk! They did not seem to mind at all! They grew rapidly in a very short time!
Our goat eats hay during the winter and free ranges our wood lot during the summer. Plus I supplement her diet with organic grains.

If you would like for me to ship the kefir grains to you please purchase from my eBay listing. You may find my eBay listing by copy and pasting the following address into your search bar. https://www.ebay.com/itm/256403756598

It should not be a problem to ship kefir grains even in cold weather. Kefir grains can be stored in milk, in the fridge, for a while. The ones I spoke of above were shipped First Class to me, from Alaska, at the beginning of our winter weather. They came very happy and unharmed! :) I also have kefir grains which I stored in a small amount of milk, in the fridge, for about 4 months. I only replaced the milk once. And yes, I thought I had lost them. I wasn't sure if any grains remained in my milk! But when I again had fresh milk I got them out of the fridge and whatever solids remained at the top of the milk I placed in fresh milk. :/ In several days time I had grains appearing and now they are flourishing as well!
Milk Kefir Grains are amazing!

I also have available Kombucha SCOBYs and Sourdough Bread Starter.

Feel free to call Monday through Saturday, (five seven four) six four two-0550 (This is not a text number!) Please no Sunday calls!
We are in the Millersburg/Goshen area. You are welcome to call or email with questions. I do not get email by phone so I do not always reply promptly to email! I do require you call to make arrangements for pick up.
Thank you!

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