Ok, here is some REALLY helpful info
I was checking into shipping from US into Canada and we have to do a 'customs' declaration for shipping, plus as a 'food item' it is subject to many 'issues'. So here is an awesome site I found, where you can search in your own state, province, country and will most likely find someone in your area
(cheaper to ship that way too)http://18.104.22.168/clarkson/Show/Cla...ir/default.asp
You can just click 'search for grains' then enter in your country, or state. I did a search on 'Canada' and got MANY hits.
I did pick up some priority mail boxes, so if you are in or near Colorado, I'm still happy to send them. I also typed up a nice, compact version of the 'fact sheet' on Kefir, with info on slowing down production, long term storage, dehydrating and rehydrating, etc. I can email you this file in 'MS Word' format, if you want to get that from me and print it. No charge, obviously, as emailing is free!
I'll even try to ship grains to Canada if you are DESPERATE, however, they might get 'snagged' by customs, as they are kinda twitchy about this stuff...
We should sticky a thread with Kefir info, as so many folks are getting interested in this...