19
apr
2016

water-kefir

Water kefir is a probiotic drink slightly alcoholic and fizzy, obtained from the fermentation of grains of kefir. There are two types of kefir: kefir milk and water kefir.

The water kefir is a great probiotic drink suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Also, it does not contain gluten and is also suitable for consumption by celiac. By virtue of its water kefir ferments works by rebalancing the intestinal flora, stimulates the intestinal immune system with beneficial effects on the immune system of the entire body. Regularly consuming Kefir would ensure the smooth functioning of the intestines and digestive system, a reinforcement of the immune system, shifting the balance of intestinal flora and the Elimination of bad cholesterol in the blood.

To prepare 1 liter of tibicos serves:

- tibicos grains
- 1 l of natural water
- 32 g brown sugar 1
- dry fruit (1apricot, 1 fig, 1date, 1Plum, or what you like) 
- glass jar

How to prepare it:

- In a transparent container, pour 1 l of natural water and brown sugar.
- Stir until the sugar has dissolved.
- Introducing kefir grains, dried fruit.
- Leave in a container at room temperature for 48 hours.

Fermentation can take place at room temperature. To slow down the fermentation process, you can leave the water Kefir in refrigerator. To reuse the kefir grains, rinse the jar thoroughly under running water.

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