|Grains at the bottom|
|My family thinks that water kefir soda is SUPER good.|
4) Get creative and enjoy! Remember, there is just a little bit of sugar in this, and the cultures “eat” most of it. It’s not bad for you, and in-fact can aid your digestive health. I’m a bit of a juice nazi with Jack, but I’ll let him have some of this in a sippy cup.
5) I’m a busy working momma and was hesitant to add ONE MORE thing to my routine. But all in all, this takes about 5-10 minutes every 2 days.
Cost – the starter kit cost me $25 including shipping. As long as you follow the directions, the grains last indefinitely. At that point, you’re only paying for 1-1.5 cups of juice per batch, and 1/4 or 1/2 cup of organic sugar. I also paied $2.50 each for 5 large flip top style bottles at the local brewing supply store. It makes it a very cost effective alternative to soda pop.
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