Kefir Milk Guide - Storing Kefir Grains - Freezing & Milk Powder

Freezing & Milk Powder - 6 Month Storage

Materials: Milk Powder, Bowl, Paper Towel / Cloth, and Container 

Step 1: Rinse your grains with water (no chlorine, no heat) and gently pat them dry with a clean cloth or paper towel. Do not completely dry the grains, they should still be a bit damp. 

Step 2: Pour the milk powder into a bowl and then coat the kefir grains. Make sure the kefir grain is fully coated. 

Step 3: Fill 50% of the jar with milk powder and gently place the coated kefir grains into the jar.; top up the rest of the jar with milk powder.

Step 4: Place the jar in the freezer. It is recommended that the grains should not spend more than 6 months in the freezer.