rach Posted April 12, 2012 Share Posted April 12, 2012 Can I have kefir made only from coconut milk or coconut cream? The only ingredients are coconut and water and the short-term addition of the the kefir grains which are removed before consumption. I am only on day 2 of the whole 30 but usually have coconut kefir once every 2 to 3 days. It has been hugely beneficial for my gut flora. I know that coconut milk or coconut cream is allowed on the whole 30 but wondering if the exclusion of kefir in the 'Whole 30 rules' is related to dairy content of regular kefir or the alcohol which can be produced in the fermentation process. If it is 'approved', do you think that coconut kefir is as calorific as regular coconut milk? (i.e. should i 'go easy' on it?) or is it less claorific because the kefir grains digest the sugars? Thanks so much Rach Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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