Kefir: How to make your own probiotic yogurt?

It’s been a while since I said that I would explain how to make kefir… It is so easy to make and so good for your tummy you should really give it a go. Here is the easiest and quickest way to make it using a kit starter.

To read the full recipe already click here Easy Way to Make Kefir

What is Kefir?

Kefir is a Turkish yogurt also used as a fermented healthy milk drink. The kit starter ingredients include whey powder & lyophilised kefir culture.

Health Benefits of kefir

Kefir is a probiotic that is to say a source of beneficial bacteria and yeast. It helps maintain and strengthen your digestive and immune functions. Different strains of bacteria have different functions. Lactobacillus, Lactococcus, Leuconostoc and Saccharomyces can be found in kefir and help with gastrointestinal conditions, problems with lactose (dairy) intolerance and boosting your intestinal flora.

How to Eat Kefir

I personally enjoy having kefir for:

  • Breakfast. On top of my oats with fresh or frozen fruits, nuts and seeds
  • Morning or afternoon tea. With a tablespoon of nut butter (one of my favourite is ABC: Almond Brazil Nuts and Cashews)
  • Lunch. As a dressing for my salad with a pinch of Himalayan salt, coriander and lemon juice.
  • Dessert. In one of my ice-cream. Recipe here wink wink Healthy Homemade Ice-cream 🙂

Not sure about you but now I am hungry hehe

Interested in making your own kefir, have a look at the recipe section now: Easy Way to Make Own Kefir 

Speak soon



Homemade kefir


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