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Fresh Coconut Milk Kefir {Vegan/Raw}

I bet you didn’t know that before OC Holistic Beauty I used to have a food blog?! It was very WAPF-focused, so there were lots of whole food recipes and fermentation tips.  This recipe for fresh coconut milk kefir using young Thai coconuts and Body Ecology starters was one of my most popular resources, so I am so excited to share it with you today.

Why would you want to go through the trouble of making coconut kefir?  Your diet can have a profound effect on your skin, for better or for worse.  If you are struggling with skin issues, I’d do some research on food intolerances (especially dairy!), as well as leaky gut.  It would be worth working with a holistic practitioner to get to the root cause of your issues.

Even if you don’t have skin issues, every holistic doctor I have seen in the past 6 years has stressed the importance of probiotics for overall health and immune function, so it’s time to get fermenting, friend!


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Fresh Coconut Milk Kefir


You Will Need:



  • Using Cocojack, open coconuts and pour water into blender.
  • Scoop out meat with Cocojack scoop and add to the blender.
  • Blend on high until smooth and temperature is 92 degrees
  • Stir in one packet of Body Ecology kefir starter or veggie culture starter.
  • Transfer to a bottle with a tight-fitting lid (making sure to leave 1″ space at the top” and set on the counter or in the oven with the light on for 12-18 hours
  • Refrigerate and drink plain or blend with your favorite fruit and stevia to flavor.


Printable Recipe:

Coconut Milk Kefir



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Have you tried making cultured foods at home? What are your favorite things to make?


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