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We have been drinking kefir everyday, so much nicer then shop bought. Easy to use. Although I was worried at the start that it wasn’t working, but then realised my flat is a little cold, so been wrapping it in towels and it’s now works like clockwork.
Will be ordering again.
Alexandra S. –
I ordered stuff to make a kefir.
My husband and I really like that product and we would like to do it by us self not from the store.
I was having trouble making kefir with soymilk. I have since worked out a technique. It requires twice as much starter and careful temperature control. It results in a very mild, pleasant kefir.
Kelvin S. –
Most certainly, Ivo, I hadn’t meant to go anywhere near that request…very interested at your now complete range of ‘Fermentables’. Originally I found the straight Bulgaricus too bland for me and mixed with others, too dominant, giving the same bland result to the whole.
I had for years been making my own (do you call it heritage?) Kefir.
For a change I went to the Rokeby Farms multi-probiotic Filmjolk and love the nutty flavour and the perception of better health properties than a single or double bacteria yoghurt.
Having spent some time living/working in Iran (1974) where I learned to love the sheep’s milk Yoghurt, (brilliant for upset stomach)home made at a desert wayside tea house, with dust from the sheepyard still on the crust, I’ve ordered the Caspian Sea Yogurt starter as getting close anyway.
And for my Greek friend, for him to try the Greek starter.
Mike B. –
Thank you so much for your email and your advice, the next batch of yoghurt was amazing. I’ve been meaning to email you to thank you and also to ask you about the kefir culture that I bought from you.
The Kefir starter turned out great. I still have quite a few other starters
Charles K. –
Thank you. We liked the texture, and my partner, who is Russian by extraction, thought that it had an authentic taste. We use both the kefir and your Greek yoghurt starter on a 24 hour cycle in our yoghurt maker, and like them both. We will be ordering more!
I have only just tried the Kafir as I bought some yogurt at the same time.
I love the kafir just as much though so will buy some more and am about to try my own culture to make a second batch!