Making coconut kefir is pretty much the same process as making dairy kefir. You need dairy kefir grains. Put them in a container with some coconut milk, stir it a bit, put a cloth over the opening – I use a rubber band to hold it on. After 24 to 36 hrs you’ve got coconut kefir. I made a couple of batches this way, but didn’t like the taste as much as the goat milk kefir – YMMV. I also just tried making hemp milk kefir and the results were not good – well I didn’t think so anyway, too effervescent for my tastes and definitely tastes like it has a high alcohol content. It fermented very rapidly – it was done in well under 24 hrs. So I’m back to making it with goat milk.