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Kefir Mushrooms: How To Prepare And What They Are. This Probiotic Is What Your Body Screams For~

posted in Health & Fitness
02/01/2015
  • This is the kefir mushroom after its done preparation
    This is the kefir mushroom after its done preparation
  • This is Kefir mushroom (Also known as the Tibeten Milk Mushroom) Do you know of anything that won't die? No, I do. In fact the only thing that doesn't die is this mushroom which is packed with probiotics to help aid many sicknesses, diseases, and boost your body.
    This is Kefir mushroom (Also known as the Tibeten Milk Mushroom) Do you know of anything that won't die? No, I do. In fact the only thing that doesn't die is this mushroom which is packed with probiotics to help aid many sicknesses, diseases, and boost your body.
  • Step one: So when you prepare Kefir it can be a lengthy and semi-complicated process at first. A few things you should know is that kefir can not touch anything metal while being processed. It can only be processed using plastic or glass so I use a glass mason jar to store the mushrooms in.
    Step one: So when you prepare Kefir it can be a lengthy and semi-complicated process at first. A few things you should know is that kefir can not touch anything metal while being processed. It can only be processed using plastic or glass so I use a glass mason jar to store the mushrooms in.
  • Step two: After you have placed all Kefir in the glass or plastic container of your choice you will need to pour milk in with the Kefir. Just pour until the milk covers all mushrooms and pour a little extra to allow for more room when they ferment.
    Step two: After you have placed all Kefir in the glass or plastic container of your choice you will need to pour milk in with the Kefir. Just pour until the milk covers all mushrooms and pour a little extra to allow for more room when they ferment.
  • This is what your container should look like after putting the milk in.
    This is what your container should look like after putting the milk in.
  • Step 3: Next you need to place a paper towel overtop of your containers mouth. (I folded the paper towel a couple times) Then you will need to seal the container. Most people use an elastic band but I just use the lid from the mason jar.
    Step 3: Next you need to place a paper towel overtop of your containers mouth. (I folded the paper towel a couple times) Then you will need to seal the container. Most people use an elastic band but I just use the lid from the mason jar.
  • Step 4: This is what it will look like when sealed. After you seal it you have two options. 

One- place your jar on top of the fridge or somewhere safe and let it sit for 12-48 hours. (I always let mine sit for 24 hours and sometimes a little bit more)
    Step 4: This is what it will look like when sealed. After you seal it you have two options.

    One- place your jar on top of the fridge or somewhere safe and let it sit for 12-48 hours. (I always let mine sit for 24 hours and sometimes a little bit more)
  • Your other option is to place it in the bottom of the fridge so it takes longer to ferment fully. It can sit for roughly 2+ weeks.
    Your other option is to place it in the bottom of the fridge so it takes longer to ferment fully. It can sit for roughly 2+ weeks.
  • Step 5: Take your Kefir mushrooms from wherever you stored them after they have finished fermenting and remove the cover from the top.
    Step 5: Take your Kefir mushrooms from wherever you stored them after they have finished fermenting and remove the cover from the top.
  • Step 6: Make sure you have a bowl with a strainer placed over top and continue the procedure by pouring your container out into the strainer. Shake it around until only the mushrooms remain and most to all of the Kefir milk is strained into the bowl below
    Step 6: Make sure you have a bowl with a strainer placed over top and continue the procedure by pouring your container out into the strainer. Shake it around until only the mushrooms remain and most to all of the Kefir milk is strained into the bowl below
  • This is what the kefir milk will look like
    This is what the kefir milk will look like
  • Step 7: Once you're done straining the mushrooms you need to rinse them in the sink. (Use warm water as the cold will contain more chlorine in it while warm water won't contain as much)
    Step 7: Once you're done straining the mushrooms you need to rinse them in the sink. (Use warm water as the cold will contain more chlorine in it while warm water won't contain as much)
  • Step 8: Next you need to rinse the mushrooms with natural spring water (IT MUST BE SPRING WATER)
    Step 8: Next you need to rinse the mushrooms with natural spring water (IT MUST BE SPRING WATER)
  • Step 9: Clean out your container and place the clean mushrooms back into your container before repeating the first steps over again.
    Step 9: Clean out your container and place the clean mushrooms back into your container before repeating the first steps over again.
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