WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN KEFIR AND YOGURT?
Kefir and yogurt might look similar, but what sets them apart is the way the two are cultured. Kefir is made from Kefir grains , which can
be cultured at a very specific temperature range, has multiple strains of yeast and bacteria. Yogurt, on the other hand, has only bacteria and only one kind, for that matter, and it requires room temperature to be readied. Yogurt is made by mixing a spoonful of an old batch of yogurt to fresh, slightly warm milk. Kefir is made with the grains that multiply with every batch you make. Kefir has 30-40 different strains of bacteria compared to one in yogurt.