hist-brewing: kefir......anyone heard of this before?

Beth Ann Snead ladypeyton at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 30 08:40:00 PST 2000

Could it be Kefire (also sometimes Kaffir) lime
leaves? Leaves from an Indian Lime tree that is used
for Middle Eastern and Indian Cooking?

Beth Ann

--- Zemetrius at aol.com wrote:
> You take two tsps of the kefir and but in in an
> airtight jar with 4 halves 
> lemon, 1 liter water and any kind of dried fruit you
> prefer and let it sit 
> for two days. Then remove the lemons, dried fruit
> and kefire, put it in a 
> bottle and tada... You have Kefire juice. 

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