How do you make your kefir "lactose free"?»
What is Kefir?»
What are probiotics (cultures)?»
How do yogurt and kefir differ?»
What kind of milk is your kefir made from?»
Can I drink too much kefir?»
Does your kefir contain gluten?»
Does your kefir contain yeast?»
Why don’t you add inulin»
to your kefir like other brands?
- How can I flavor the Traditional Plain Kefir? »
Can I use Green Valley Organics»
Lactose Free Kefir in cooking?
What is your philosophy on GMOs?»
- What is the expiration date for your kefir? »
Where can I find Green Valley Organics Lactose Free Kefir?»
Is the plastic you use for Green Valley Organics Lactose Free dairy products safe?»
Are Green Valley Organics plastic containers recyclable?»
What should I do if I cannot recycle #5 plastic in my community?»
What method do you use to pasteurize the milk?»
Yogurt and kefir are similar in taste and texture, however kefir is drinkable...like a thick smoothie, while yogurt is like custard. The main difference between kefir and yogurt is the milk components and other ingredients. The yogurt has slightly higher butterfat and higher milk solids and that, coupled with the addition of pectin, make the yogurt thicker. The kefir has lower butterfat and lower milk solids so it stays in a drinkable consistency. Both are delicious and have excellent amounts of beneficial probiotics!