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  1. Bio-tiful kefir 500ml

    Bio-tiful’s organic kefir, made with organic whole milk. Kefir – a smooth, tangy cultured milk drink - has long been revered in Russia and Eastern Europe. Riverford might be a few centuries late to the party, but now we get it: this really is the good stuff. Kefir is as versatile as yogurt, but with a more complex flavour and greater health benefits.

    Drink on its own for a natural energy boost. Alternatively, pour over fresh fruits or granola, or whizz into smoothies. You can even use it instead of butter and cream for healthier cooking and baking.
    £2.49
  2. Bio-tiful kefir riazhenka 250ml

    Riazhenka, also known as ‘Russian custard’, is a cultured milk drink. It’s similar to kefir, but the milk is baked before the culture is added, giving riazhenka a mellower, sweeter flavour. Biotiful’s riazhenka won a Gold Star at the Great Taste Awards 2013. It’s made with organic whole milk.

    Riazhenka is as versatile as yogurt, but with a richer, more complex flavour and greater health benefits. Drink on its own for a natural energy boost. Alternatively, pour over fruit or granola, whizz into smoothies, or use instead of butter and cream for healthier cooking and baking.
    £1.59
  3. Bio-tiful kefir riazhenka 500ml

    Riazhenka, also known as ‘Russian custard’, is a cultured milk drink. It’s similar to kefir, but the milk is baked before the culture is added, giving riazhenka a mellower, sweeter flavour. Biotiful’s riazhenka won a Gold Star at the Great Taste Awards 2013. It’s made with organic whole milk.

    Riazhenka is as versatile as yogurt, but with a richer, more complex flavour and greater health benefits. Drink on its own for a natural energy boost. Alternatively, pour over fruit or granola, whizz into smoothies, or use instead of butter and cream for healthier cooking and baking.
    £2.49
  4. Bio-tiful kefir 250ml

    Bio-tiful’s organic kefir, made with organic whole milk. Kefir – a smooth, tangy cultured milk drink - has long been revered in Russia and Eastern Europe. Riverford might be a few centuries late to the party, but now we get it: this really is the good stuff. Kefir is as versatile as yogurt, but with a more complex flavour and greater health benefits.

    Drink on its own for a natural energy boost. Alternatively, pour over fresh fruits or granola, or whizz into smoothies. You can even use it instead of butter and cream for healthier cooking and baking.
    £1.59
  5. Butterbean casserole with cheese & apple kefir dumplings recipe

    Butterbean casserole with cheese & apple kefir dumplings (Recipe)

    of fats from butter and cheese, and instead of water or milk used kefir, an organic cultured milk drink. Kefir (meaning ‘feel good’ in Turkish) is rich in amino acids, enzymes, calcium, phosphorus
  6. Harissa falafels with spiced beetroot, kefir dressing & pittas recipe

    Harissa falafels with spiced beetroot, kefir dressing & pittas (Recipe)

    kefir at our dairy in Devon. It’s not unlike yoghurt in taste and texture and it’s fermented so
  7. Crushed carrot salad with crispy spiced chickpeas & kefir dressing recipe

    Crushed carrot salad with crispy spiced chickpeas & kefir dressing (Recipe)

    This is a salad in a loose sense of the word. Rather it is the coming together of plenty of complementary elements.
  8. Barley, spring veg & sheep’s cheese with avocado & kefir ranch dressing recipe

    Barley, spring veg & sheep’s cheese with avocado & kefir ranch dressing (Recipe)

    Barley is a great base for a salad. It delivers a nutty taste with a good bite to it. We’re pairing it with spring vegetables, topped with our take on a ranch dressing. We’ve ditched the fattier mayo and soured cream for healthier kefir, a cultured, thickened milk with lots of good bacteria
  9. Red cabbage sauerkraut (Recipe)

    Fermented foods are achingly hip at the moment. Kimchi, sauerkraut and kefir are abound on restaurant menus. We are rediscovering the sharp, savoury tang that comes from a lactic acid fermentation. It is generally believed to be terribly good for your belly. Veer from the tried and tested path