Positivo wrote: If it gets too complicated u can order kefir starter kit from body ecology. I’m going to use that. Grains were getting too complicated for me quite honestly. You have rehydrate them sometimes then make sure enough lactose is fermented and if not then it will feed the candida. Starters aren’t as beneficial but they are easier.
Did you read somewhere about having to rehydrate the grains? I never heard of it.
If you ferment it long enough, there is a very slim chance of having any sugar left in it. Anything you eat will feed candida, there are carbs in any vegetable you eat. The benefits of kefir outweigh the slim chance of any sugar left in it.
Sorry, I had to comment as I didn’t want anyone here thinking kefir will feed candida. It most likely will not if fermented right.