Super Green Coconut Kefir Soda

Coconut water makes fabulous kefir soda. I love how it tastes, and how easy it is to make.  It has 10 times the probiotics and 5 times the probiotic yeasts that kefir sodas made with fruit juices have. You can have 236 billion good bacteria in a cup! Now add a few drops of chlorophyll, and you have a Super Drink!
If you haven't heard about liquid chlorophyll, then let me explain how powerful it is. Chlorophyll is one type of phytochemical responsible for giving plants their green pigment. It is a natural energy booster and immune support. It can also work as an internal deodorant and detoxifier, helping with the aging process, speeding wound healing, and even helping with acne. It's in many popular green drinks, and it has a fresh taste that can be added to water, drinks, and even kefir soda. The brand I use has a fresh minty taste and is perfect for kefir soda – especially for Saint Patty's Day.

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Servings: 32 ounces


  • 1 packet Kefir Soda Starteror ½ cup from a previous bottle
  • 2 cups Coconut Waterfresh or store-bought with 20 carbs per 8 ounces. See description for more info.
  • 15 drops Liquid Chlorophyllkeep bottle refrigerated for freshness
  • 2 cups Water, spring or filtered with mineralslightly filtered or spring
  • 2 teaspoons sugar(optional – only add if your coconut water has 11 carbs or less per 8 ounces of coconut water)

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  • Add the Kefir Soda Starter packet to your coconut water and stir till dissolved.
  • Add your coconut water and starter to a 32-ounce bottle. Using a funnel makes it easier. (Make sure you use thick glass bottles such as Grolsch. Bottles bought at craft stores can explode.)
  • Add 15 drops of Liquid Chlorophyll (you can add more if you like).
  • Fill the rest of the bottle with water leaving an inch of room at the top.
  • Allow it to ferment for 3-5 days or until bubbly and fizzy. If your home is 75°F or warmer, it will usually take 3-4 days. Colder homes can take 5 days or longer, but you'll need to check it by popping the top and see if it's getting fizzy. It will start to bubble out the top if it does.
  • When it's done, you can pour in a glass and enjoy right away or place it in the fridge. Keep it stored in the fridge or it will continue to ferment and get overly fizzy and hard to pour. Burp daily and consume within 1-2 weeks for the best flavor and most benefit.

Re-Culturing From Your First Bottle

  • You can use ½ cup of this finished kefir soda as a starter to make a new bottle. Add 1¾ cups coconut water and 1¾ water to a 32 ounce bottle and ferment again. It should only take half to a full day to ferment. Check it often as it ferments faster!