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Kefir Reculturable 1 packet

Kefir Reculturable 1 packet (C46)

4.71 stars, based on 7 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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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!

Kefir Reculturable

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From: Taberg
Easy to make

Make lassi with this

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  • delicious!!!
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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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  • Fast
  • Easy
  • healthy
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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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  • easy to make
  • flaverfull
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  • not as thick as what you get at the stor
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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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