Goat's Milk Kefir (Using Easy Kefir)
Goat milk kefir is different from regular cow milk kefir. It will not thicken like cow milk but rather stays creamy and is quite delicious.
(See Recipe Notes below)
Quart Jar with Lid
Pour four cups of goat's milk into a quart-sized glass jar.
Sprinkle the entire contents of one Easy Kefir packet into the jar and mix well.
Put a lid on the jar.
Let this mixture ferment at 72° to 75°F for 18 to 24 hours. If the temperature is below 72°, let it ferment a little longer.
Place into the refrigerator. Even in your refrigerator, the fermentation process continues, but chilling it will slow down the fermentation of the healthy bacteria and beneficial yeast.
To make more kefir from this batch, go to the lesson — Starting Your Next Batch of Kefir.
(*1)You can use raw or store-bought goat milk.