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Kefir Reculturable 1 packet (C46)

4.36 stars, based on 11 reviews
Kefir is the oldest fermented milk known to mankind. Its name was originated from a turkish vocabulary - Keif, which means pleasing sensation. It was originally produced in the Caucasian mountains. There is saying that consumption of Kefir was...
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So sorry I have not had the time to use the culture yet, I had also ordered from another company at the same time I ordered from you and am using their product first because it arrived first.......but will let you know ASAP..

Delicious!

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From: Idaho
My family loves kiefer! And this culture is a perfect fit for all of us plus friends whom have shared. We love that you can reculture more every day. Always have a packet on hand!

how do i reculture?

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From: italy
I gave this 5 stars because we have high hopes for it. Our yogurt packets are great but this just arrived and we have no tried it yet. The description online says you can re-culture this but I cannot find directions to do that anywhere? I'm a newbie. Any help?

Kefir

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First time making kefir, I felt like the directions we not so clear. I have 4 packs to work with the first packet did not work at all, I am working on the second packet to see if the results are any different. So far I'm not real impressed with this product. With that being said, I have bought lots of products from this company and have been very pleased with everything with the exception of this one.

Kefir Reculturable

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From: Taberg
Easy to make

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The only reason I gave it a 4 is because I have only recultured it once so far, will write another review later on also.

I followed the directions the first time to get the culture going - it was awesome! on the first reculture, I just got the goat milk, and the keifer culture out of the fridge and let it get room temp (we live in Fl.), and mixed both together, set it on our gas stove where the pilot lite is in the middle and I got an awesome reculture.

Thank u! Thank u ! Thank u !



Appreciate all u folks do for goats, cows, and cheese making!



Nancy Gillespie

Make lassi with this

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From: Boston, MA
During the summer I make a lot of rose and cardamom sweet lassi with this kefir It's perfectly smooth, tangy and effervescent and re-cultures very well.

really good kefir!

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I've been making this kefir for a couple of months, using raw jersey milk and it has recultured perfect every time. Very pleased with the product

Super Easy

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From: KS
We got really nice sized starter keifer grains with this that started making a nice amount of keifer. After a month I was able to make a quart jar of keifer everyday. Extremely easy to make and keep going. We dont care for any yogurt plain so I mix a quart jar of keifer in the blender with 2-3 frozen bananas, frozen fruit of choice (fresh works fine to), chia seeds and hemp seeds, I end up with 2 quart jars...makes a great breakfast or afternoon snack. I also sometimes mix my smoothie with some quick oats and let set overnight for a flavorful keifer oatmeal smoothie.

Very nice kefir

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From: VA
I think this culture makes a very good kefir and recultures very well. I prefer it over kefir grains for consistent results.

yum

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We bought this culture because we love yogurt and keifer. Its a very simple recipe but not quite as thick as you get at the store and stronger than what you get at the store. We use it with a quart and a half of fresh goats milk and find that it is nice with about 3 tablespoons of sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla after culturing and then with some blueberry's yum:) I would defiantly recommend to the beginner cheese maker.

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