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Can you freeze excess water kefir crystals?Updated a year ago

The crystals are a symbiosis of bacteria and yeasts. The activity of these is greatly reduced by freezing and some microorganisms will certainly fall by the wayside in this way. Nevertheless, freezing works quite well and the crystals will probably produce water kefir again after thawing. However, they need a few starts to resume their activity, so be patient with them! The best thing to do is to freeze the crystals in some sugar water.

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