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Home made V's Shop Bought Kefir

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Home made V's Shop Bought Kefir

 

Home made V's shop bought kefir

There are so many different types of milk kefir products available now it can be difficult to choose which kefir is right for you. 

Many people do not know that there are huge differences in the different types of kefir available but if you are taking kefir to help to improve your day to day lifestyle choosing the right type for you is crucial. 

So what are the different types and why are they different?

Powdered Cultures
This type mass produced Kefir is made using a freeze dried powder culture which is made in a laboratory, or using Kefir milk made from grains which has been diluted and freeze dried. It is generally sold mostly in supermarkets etc...

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Home made Vs Shop bought kefir

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Home made Vs Shop bought kefir

Home made V's shop bought kefir

There are so many different types of milk kefir products available now it can be difficult to choose which kefir is right for you. 

Many people do not know that there are huge differences in the different types of kefir available but if you are taking kefir to help to improve your day to day lifestyle choosing the right type for you is crucial. 

Read more →