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Mad Millie’s Latest Creation – Kefir Kit

Mad Millie’s Latest Creation – Kefir Kit
Make your own healthy and delicious Kefir drink at home!

Jumped on the homemade and healthy bandwagon and don’t know where to start? Well, Mad Millie can help you there with all of their do-it-yourself kits, but particularly with the newest edition – the Kefir Kit.

Kefir is the latest craze and is building in popularity, so jump on board! It is a delicious healthy drink, containing eight strains of live kefir culture which are beneficial for your tummy and help you get the best out of your food.

Kefir can be made without milk too, so those with lactose intolerances can still reap the health rewards!

The new Mad Millie Kefir Kit contains everything you need to make it yourself. Just add the culture to your own milk, soy, coconut milk or juice and leave for 24 hours, shake and enjoy!

Drink on its own, pour over cereal or add to a smoothie, whatever you choose, it's easy, simple and delicious. With this kit you can also make Kefir Cheese too. Included culture makes up to 6 L of kefir and comes with stainless steel mixing ball, cheese cloth, 1 L Mad Millie mason jar and instructions.

The Mad Millie Kefir Kit will be available online from 12/05/2014 for RRP $19.95 at www.madmillie.com


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