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I read part of the "Got Kefir?" thread below, but I have a feeling that if I added on to it now, I'd never be able to find my post again, much less any replies to it!<br><br>
I'm allergic/insensitive to cow's milk, but I can handle goat's milk just fine. I'm interested in making kefir from goat's milk, but I don't know where to start. I would guess that buying the grains myself would be a lot cheaper than buying it ready-made in the health food store. Where can I do that?
 

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Yes you can certainly make kefir from only goats milk, you would use it just as you would cow's in any kefir instructions/recipes. The only thing Ive noticed is that goats milk kefir is not as think at cows milk kefir. no big deal though.<br>
Go here to find someone near you to get grains from: <a href="http://66.46.11.99/clarkson/Show/Clarkson/kefir/default.asp" target="_blank">http://66.46.11.99/clarkson/Show/Cla...ir/default.asp</a><br>
There is also a yahoo group called Kefir_making that you can post on to find grains. You can usually get them free-for-shipping or for around $5
 

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You can definitely use goat's milk. I am mailing grains out on Tuesday if you are interested. I'll send them for $3.85 to cover priority shipping. I'm in California and they'd make it fine, but it would be ideal to find someone local.
 
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