Kefir sour cream tastes just like store bought sour cream except way, way better. Making it is easy as…kefir. Where you would normally pour milk over your kefir grains for you next batch, you will substitute cream. Then leave it as you would kefir. (My kefir cultures in about 12 hours in the summer and 24 hours in cooler weather). Once it is thick and creamy (not totally set), you are ready for the tricky part, removing your grains. Okay, it’s not that tricky, it just takes way longer than regular milk kefir. I hold my mesh strainer over a clean storage jar, spoon in some sour cream and then gently stir the mix with the rounded end of a chopstick, slowly pushing the sour cream into the jar and keeping the grains in the strainer. Once you’ve strained the sour cream into the jar, stick it in the fridge where it will completely set into sour cream texture. You are all done! You made delicious sour cream!!
Wild and Lazy Fermentation