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Water Kefir, and Apple-ginger-lemon Drink

Tuesday Twister


Tuesday Twister time—Better late than never!


I finally made water kefir again. We liked this one much better than the last (pineapple flavor). I flavored this one with some blueberry, pomegranate juice. Very tasty and my body has finally gotten used to this stuff. Next I want to make a ginger flavored kefir using fresh ginger.

I love the way these bottles look, but I need to get a better funnel, it takes me forever to fill them up. I got them at IKEA for a couple of dollars.


This next drink is typically made in a juicer. I don’t have a juicer yet, so I used my Vitamix. There was only a little pulp so I think it worked fine in the Vitamix and will continue to play around with this idea.

Also generally I would make this drink in the summer months, it is too cooling for a winter drink. Maybe it would make a niced mulled cider though?

You can see the “pulp” on the glass. I just mixed it up before drinking and it was fine.

Water Kefir granules can be found at www.culturesforhealth.com

I didn’t use an exact recipe for the Apple-ginger-lemon Drink:

3-4 medium apples, peeled if using a vitamix or blender, unpeeled if using a juicer

juice from 1/2 – 1 lemon (meyers lemons work well)

1-2 tsp fresh grated ginger


Puree until completely blended and pureed. Serve.



3 thoughts on “Water Kefir, and Apple-ginger-lemon Drink

  1. Tiffany—I love the bottles you found at IKEA—and the tip about the funnel! Water kefir is on my list of things to make, and I like the sound of your latest flavor. How did your body have to adjust to get used to it? Just wondering what I might be in for! 🙂

    Posted by Sonya Hemmings | January 21, 2010, 9:15 am
  2. Yes, better late than never! 🙂

    Love those bottles, too. Glad your family liked this water kefir flavor better. Our batch of water kefir yesterday was the best ever. I didn’t let it go too long (which happens more often than I like) so it was still a bit sweet – the Rapadura leaves a rich flavor and then I added vanilla. Yumm!

    Posted by Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS | January 21, 2010, 7:19 pm

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