Milk Kefir has a strongly flavored cultured milk taste depending on the level of fermentation. Generally, well-fermented Kefir has a sourer or tart taste and can be a little bit carbonated.
It has a white creamy cauliflower-like appearance when thick but will change appearance over time. Cow milk is the most commonly used form although you can also use other dairy sources like goat milk, sheep or camel milk.
Milk Kefir can be consumed plain or it can be flavored for those who find the natural taste too strong. Most people find that milk Kefir is an acquired taste but over time, your taste buds do get used to it. It can also be used as a base for salad dressings and smoothies. It is also a great alternative for butter, buttermilk or yogurt.
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