Grainlady, where do you buy your kefir?
After reading a few of your posts, I think I'd like to try this kefir. I had never heard of it before.
I sometimes make buttermilk and yogurt at home. I use nonfat dry milk powder as my base. Sometimes I'll keep a starter going for awhile, then I'll hit a period of time when I don't use it and I'm not sure if it's OK to use when it's been around a long time, so I throw it on the compost heap and have to start over with purchased yogurt and buttermilk. Sounds like the kefir might be something good to try.
I noticed also your link to moosmilk and I'm going to try that. Do you make kefir with moosmilk? If not what do you use as your base?
Also, where do you order coconut oil? I've googled a few places and it's all pretty expensive. Bulk storage is not always an option for me.
Thanks -- Ilene