Mad Millie Kefir Kit – Makes 6L of Kefir, Alternative to Natural Yoghurt

If you enjoy making your own yogurt and fancy a drinkable alternative, why not have a go at making your own Kefir. Packed with 8 strains of live culture, high in easily digestible protein, valuable B vitamins, calcium and other essential minerals, Kefir is thought to have many health benefits, including helping to promote and maintain a healthier digestive and immune system.

  • Drink on its own or add to smoothies and shakes
  • Pour over your breakfast cereal
  • Make kefir cheese
  • Use as a starter for sourdough bread

Every bit as versatile as natural yoghurt, it’s loaded with probiotics in the form of beneficial yeasts and bacteria, so it’s really good for you.

Containing everything you need to make almost 6 litres of this amazing drink, this easy-to-use Mad Millie Kefir Kit is the perfect way to get started. Just add a sachet of the culture to your milk, soy, coconut milk or juice, leave for 24 hours, then shake and enjoy! Delicious sweetened with agave or vanilla, you can also drink it as it is, pour it over cereal, make it into a tasty smoothie or use it to make your own Kefir cheese.

Kit includes:

  • 1 litre glass jar
  • Cheese cloth
  • Stainless steel mixing ball
  • 2 sachets of kefir culture. Each sachet makes a litre of Kefir and if you save a little you can make two more batches from the first.

Product Features

  • A healthier, drinkable alternative to natural yoghurt
  • Makes almost 6 litres
  • Good for the digestive and immune system
  • Packed with probiotics
  • Suitable for use with milk, soy, coconut milk or juice

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3 Responses to Mad Millie Kefir Kit – Makes 6L of Kefir, Alternative to Natural Yoghurt

  1. J. says:

    Easy to use, makes a live yoghurt style drink with plenty of strains of good bacteria. I found this kit easy to use. I just added some pasteurized milk from my fridge and mixed in one of the sachets. Left it for a day at room temperature and then it had set and made the drink called ‘kefir’. I had to leave the lid on the jar as opposed to the cheese cloth because I don’t trust the slugs not to find the interesting milk smelling mixture in my kitchen during the night. So my kefir was a bit fizzy. It tastes like a yoghurt or cheese drink and didn’t give me indigestion. In fact I…

  2. Lynne McCaffrey says:

    Good product

  3. Amazon Customer says:

    great taste and is easy to make

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