Homemade probiotics: how to make orange kefir?

Homemade probiotics: how to make orange kefir?

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But above all, our Essence contains an incredible amount of probiotics, derived from a filtrate of Saccharomyces, an active yeast . It is a provider of essential nutrients: amino acids, organic acids, minerals, vitamins. They all work together for the balance of the cutaneous flora to allow the maintenance and the nutrition of the skin. Our first immune barrier is therefore fully punched.

Providing your skin with high quality nutrients, coming from natural biological mechanisms like this yeast fermentation? This is our motto!

So today, we're going further by revealing a recipe for orange kefir . This lactofermented drink is invigorating for your body . We love it here, it reminds us of our childhood and orange sodas.

For 1 liter of Kefir, you need:

  • 1 liter of filtered or spring water
  • 3 untreated organic orange slices
  • 1 dried fig
  • 5 tablespoons of sugar
  • 1 sachet of ferments for fruit Kefir (available in organic stores)
  • 1 pinch of cinnamon
  1. Pour all the ingredients into an airtight jar. Stir.
  2. Close and let stand at room temperature for 24 to 48 hours. When the Kefir is ready, the fig rises to the surface.
  3. Filter everything. Collect the kefir grains and store them in the fridge in an airtight container. You can reuse them up to 7 times.
  4. Pour the fizzy kefir into a hand seal bottle. Add cinnamon for an autumnal taste.
  5. Consume it between 2 and 3 days and up to 5 days maximum.

    Good tasting !

    The T[æ]m

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