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Mama to DS (6/07) , DD (6/09) , and DD (07/12) ..
20 minutes is what I have read for boiling chlorine out of water. We also leave a ceramic jug of water out every night to let the chlorine evaporate.
Yes, chlorine will evaporate out of tap water if you just leave sit out in an open container.
However, you should look into chlorination by-products (what happens when the chlorine they add to water interacts with other chemicals in the water), because I don't think these evaporate out, and can be quite nastier than the chlorine itself sometimes. Is it possible for you to get spring water for your kefir?
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