Water Kefir

Fermenting juices with water kefir – a tasty selfmade kefir lemonade

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Dear water kefir fans,

You already know that you can make your own selfmade water kefir with your water kefir crystals. But did you know that you can use your kefir for fermenting delicious juices as well?

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No matter if you take grape juice, apple juice or orange juice: It works with any juice you like. You only have to make sure that the juice is fully organic without any additives and preservatives. It is very easy to make and the result is amazing. The kefir ferments the juice into an absolute tasty drink. A fizzy and sweet kefir lemonade made of your own favorite juice. Try it yourself!

For your delicious water kefir drink you need:

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Are you ready for ther recipe? Here it comes:

  1. Fill your juice into a glass bottle. If your juice already is in a glass bottle it’s perfect
  2. Shake the bottle carefully and open
  3. Fill in the water kefir crystals
  4. Close the bottle, make sure that Co2 is able to escape.
  5. Let it ferment 8-24h on room temperature or 1-2 days inside the fridge. The fermenting time depends on the temperature. Check out your drink hourly after 8hours to get the taste you like. Our drink during those hot summer days was ready sparkling, sweet and tasty after 8hours on room temperature.
  6. Make sure to control the pressure of your bottle now and then or close the lid until the first resistance for making the gas escape.
  7. When your drink is ready, just fill in a glass and enjoy
  8. Now you can use the water kefir crystals again for another delicious kefir juice lemonade

Enjoy your kefir drink!

Fermenting juices with water kefir recipe

Print Recipe
Serves: 4 Cooking Time: 5

Ingredients

  • A resealable glass bottle with your favorite juice (we used apple juice for the recipe)
  • 1 Tbsp water kefir crystals

Instructions

1

Fill your juice into a glass bottle. If your juice already is in a glass bottle it’s perfect

2

Shake the bottle carefully and open

3

Fill in the water kefir crystals

4

Close the bottle, make sure that Co2 is able to escape.

5

Let it ferment 8-24h on room temperature or 1-2 days inside the fridge. The fermenting time depends on the temperature. Check out your drink hourly after 8hours to get the taste you like. Our drink during those hot summer days was ready sparkling, sweet and tasty after 8hours on room temperature.

6

Make sure to control the pressure of your bottle now and then or close the lid until the first resistance for making the gas escape.

7

When your drink is ready, just fill in a glass and enjoy

8

Now you can use the water kefir crystals again for another delicious kefir juice lemonade

I wish you a lot of fun by making this recipe and I am very excited to hear your opinions about your selfmade water kefir lemonade. I would love to see some comments about your favourite recipes with water kefir and how you liked mine.
I am looking forward to see you again for my next recipes.

Petra

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Dieter
    Tuesday September 24th, 2019 at 09:07 PM

    Hallo Petra,
    da ich nicht zuviele Mitbewohner pflegen möchte (Sauerteig, Kombucha, Ginger Root Beer), kann ich auch die Ginger Root Beer Kristalle (zumindest einen Teil davon) zweckentfremden um damit Säfte zu fermentieren? Sind ja auch nur Wasserkefirkristalle, wenn auch mit spezieller Diäternährung…
    Danek, Dieter

    • Reply
      Petra
      Wednesday September 25th, 2019 at 10:00 AM

      Lieber Dieter,

      vielen Dank für Ihren Kommentar:-)

      Unsere speziell gezüchteten Ginger Root Kefir Kristalle können Sie auch verwenden um Säfte zu fermentieren. Fermentierte Säfte sind wirklich unglaublich lecker. Wir machen mosten immer selbst Apfelsaft und da wird auch reichlich fermentiert.

      Viel Spaß beim Brauen:-)

      Liebe Grüße

      Petra & Stephan

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