Kefir Starter Culture – Pack of 10 Freeze Dried Sachets

Kefir dates back many centuries to the shepherds of the Caucasus mountains. They discovered that fresh milk carried in leather pouches would occasionally ferment into an effervescent beverage. In the Caucasian Mountains, legend has it that the resulting kefir “grains” (not a true grain-but a combined culture of yeast and bacteria) were a gift to the people from Mohammed, who instructed them on how to use the grains. Mohammed strictly forbade them from giving away the secret of kefir preparation to other people, or pass anyone kefir grains, because they would lose their “magic strength.” This legend explains why kefir grains and the method for kefir preparation have been surrounded by mystery for so long. In fact, there is an incredible tale of intrigue starring a beautiful woman, Irina Sakharova, who stole the kefir grains from a prince for Russia, which is perhaps the only reason the world knows of kefir today.

Product Features

  • Contains blend of live active bacteria like ”Lactococcus lactis sp lactis”, ”Lactococcus lactis sp lactis biovar diacetylactis”, ”Lactococcus lactis sp cremoris”, ”Leuconostoc mesenteroides sp cremoris”, ”Lactobacillus kefyr”, ”Candida kefyr”, ”Saccharomyces unisporus”
  • No need of specific appliances – can be set at room temperature.
  • Every single portion of kefir can be re-cultivated
  • One sachet is enough for min 1 litre of kefir to be made.
  • Can be stored at room temperature away of direct sunlight and heat up to 6 months

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Comments
  1. Anonymous

    I have used live kefir grains before and this is the first time I tried this produce – Kefir Starter Culture.It did not work with me. I don’t seem to have the right touch though I have done my own yogurts.The sellers are fantastic and always emailed me back with really helpful advice.I have now tried with three sachets to make my own Kefir. One batch might have worked ….but that kefir tasted very differentl to the one I have made from the live grains.It was more…

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