Milk Kefir Starter Cultures
Give your body the best there is:
- Make up to 100 litres of kefir
- Contains 7 strains of probiotics
- An easy and fast way to prepare your own health drink
- Supports bodily functions and resistance to diseases
- 100% organic
- Supports and boosts your intestinal flora, digestive system and immune system
The Kefir Company Starter Cultures
With the Starter Cultures purchased from The Kefir Company you can prepare your own Kefir drink for only £ 14.99. The packets of Kefir powder allow you to make up to 100 litres of Kefir.
Kefir is a living ferment with a variety of positive bacteria and yeasts. In order to maintain the correct composition of these bacteria we recommend using a new packet after 4 to 5 weeks. Furthermore, it is important to keep the packages refrigerated.
Types of milk:
Kefir can be prepared with all types of milk, for example:
– Cow’s milk
– Goat’s milk
– Sheep’s milk
Please note: for the fermentation of milk kefir, a room temperature of at least 20 degrees Celsius is required. If you ferment the kefir at a lower room temperature, your batch of kefir is likely to fail.
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With the Kefir Start Kit purchased from The Kefir Company you can prepare 12-15 weeks’ worth of Kefir. The Kefir starter kit contains 3 sachets of Kefir cultures of superior quality and allows you to make up to 105 litres of Kefir. Each package can be used for 4-5 weeks and produces 1 litre of Kefir a day. This way you can prepare up to 105 litres of Kefir with 1 package of Starter Cultures purchased from The Kefir Company.
Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis / Lactococcus lactis subsp. cremoris / Lactococcus lactis subsp. diacetylactis / Leuconostoc mesenteroides subsp. cremoris / Lactobacillus kefyr (thermophilic) / Saccaromyces unisporus / Kluyveromyces marxianus / Non-GMO dextrose as a carrier (consumed during fermentation)