|Milk kifer cheese spread with coconut, honey and parsley. It's all good.|
I decided to mask some of the sourness of the kifer cheese (curds) by mixing together...
|Milk kifer grains, curds and whey|
automatic separation makes it easy
to rid most whey from the curds.
|Milk kifer spread out on parchmont paper|
and put on an anti-splatter screen. to dry.
Whatever works right?
- one tablespoon milk
- one tablespoon powdered coconut milk
- one tablespoon honey granules (or any sweetener)
- one teaspoon parsley
Mix all the ingredients well. By this time the kifer cheese spread is quite pliable, like play-dough. This makes enough probiotic kifer cheese spread to fit in a 4 oz jar or container with a tight lid.
This will keep in the refrigerator, where it will continue to slowly ferment. It's great on crackers, toast, or bagels. Try it for yourself, It's all good, it's all probiotic. Besides being healthy, it's tasty, homemade, and quite affordable. Note: For best result use within 5 days. It's just another way to get your probiotics. lol Don't forget, "Food is Medicine", and that is not a lol matter. And it only takes just a spread a couple times a day to get a lot of probiotic cultures in you.
I know it is a very time consuming recipe. However, you don't have to kifer-sit this recipe like you do milk in kifer grains. It just takes time, time you could spend doing other things, right? But so worth the little effort put forth.
Enjoy, and many blessings,