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I left my kefir grains in milk in the fridge for a really long time. When I finally pulled them out, there was a little white "crust" (bumpy, kind if fuzzy looking, cream colored and solid) on top of the kefired milk. I scooped off the top and the kefir grains were still nice and plump so I decided to try them out. The kefir/milk smells very yeast-y and has grown the white stuff on the top of the milk again. It looks spoiled on top, but has seperated out into whey/kefir(?). What should I do? Throw out the milk and try the kefir grains again or just toss it all and try to get some new grains?