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Rob Wyatt –
Its just coming out of winter over here in Australia so no holidays as yet, will probably head off to Tasmania (island off the bottom of Australia) for another visit just love the scenery
down there, its the best I have experienced so far. Having great success using your Yoghurt, Kefir, Sirene & Bulgarian Kashkaval starters. Have found that by adding a few drops of
calcium Chloride & a heaped desert spoon of milk powder to supermarket milk it lifts the end result to a new level, equal to what I experience when using milk straight from a dairy, this is something other users might find interesting. I am also using Bulgarian Kashkaval starter to make different types of cheddar style cheeses with very pleasing results.
I have a lot of patients who suffer from Warts and Verrucas, so I’m hoping by recommending your Kefir it will help to boost their immune system.
I have one elderly gentleman friend who attends my church, he’s not up to making his own Kefir, but after trying mine is now buying from the supermarket. I appreciate it’s not as good, but needs must. The good news is he is feeling so much better and now may escape surgery for the Hiatus Hernia, at 86, he’s delighted.
I am intrigued by your product and REALLY want to try it.
Yes we have made it – so far 5 times from the packet you sent – the rest is in the freezer. We love it, it tastes gorgeous.
Incidently I do have a query – I like to put some salt in it (so it is almost like a salty laissi (in Indian cuisine))
But as salt can be an anti-septic I was concerned that adding salt might destroy the beneficial bacteria/pro biotics. Could you please clarify this for me?
Also how long will it keep in the freezer?
Best regards and thanks
Maureen Gillanders –
Hello Ivo, As I said in my previous review, I preferred the yogurt Kefir than the drink. It is a more acquired taste and I find the yogurt more versatile. I will continue to buy the Kefir yogurt granules and recommend both to clients and friends.
Thanks for reply .. oh that is really good .. it is almost looks the same as yogurt .. awesome .. no problem than .. that is funny .. I was thinking that I maybe did something wrong .. awesome .. we will be working on getting it promoted here in the Philippines.
Found out about you from Jordan & Steve (SCD Diet). Number one reason I MAKE yogurt & kefir is for gut health. I avoid buying supermarket versions
Maureen Gillanders –
Brilliant results, thank you. I now use your frozen grains of Kefir. So far I have only made it with Dairy milk, delicious with the full fat gold top. I’ve avoided dairy for many years, I suffer from leaky gut and numerous food intolerances caused by a compromised
immune system due to severe Glandular Fever and meningitis 50 years ago. Dairy has always caused an increase in mucous production, however this doesn’t seem to be the case with the kefir.
I have also been a sufferer of severe daily headaches, what I call ‘food headaches’ , these have greatly reduced since taking enjoying Kefir, reducing painkillers from 10 daily to 2.
I have always been a great fan of supplements, from Cytoplan in particular, however they are expensive, so I’m hoping I can cut some out thanks to the Kefir.
I have also suffered from acid reflux and inflammation of the alimentary canal, largely due to taking Ibuprofen on an empty stomach. Thanks to the Kefir and Turmeric, I don’t take any Ibuprofen, so the inflammation has settled down and the acid reflux has virtually gone. I think with time, my intestines will completely heal.
Although I am a very active person I have even more energy and generally feel better than I have for years.
I have already recommended Kefir and your products to several friends, 2 in their eighties, suffering from acid reflux.
My daughter uses the standard form of culture, not frozen, but I think I prefer to make the yogurt. She has recently fought off an ear infection in 24 hours and is convinced the Kefir has boosted her immune system.
I’m going to New Zealand for a month in January, I’m hoping I’ll be able to buy some Kefir when there, I would miss my daily dose.
If only doctors would realise the importance of a healthy gut, the NHS wouldn’t be so stretched as half the medication prescribed wouldn’t be necessary.
Please feel free to use any part of this rather lengthy response as a review. If you had a star rating system, I’d give it a 10.
Maureen Gillanders (71 years young)
PS I’ve also lost weight which is always a good thing.
Maureen Gillanders –
Thank you for that info, very informative. I keep spreading the success I’m having with your products.
deborah daley –
hi I currently make kefir at home 🙂 and I love it 🙂 I saw Bulgarian yogurt on a youtube video. could you please tell me what the difference is between the too 🙂 also would eating both counter act the other or compliment each other? I would really love to try this yoghurt but want some more info on it before I try it.
thank you so very much 🙂