Batching Plants CIFA by Euromecc batching plants are the result of a partnership between CIFA and Euromecc, a company specialising in the manufacture of batching plants. A synergy that summarises the experiences of the two companies to provide the highest quality, a wider offering, and the best quality/price ratio of our products.
Al-Kifah Batching Plant (KBP) are located in the Eastern Province of Saudia Arabia and is the only manufacturer of mobile, portable and static Concrete Batching and mixing plants and also accessories such as complete aggregate, sand washing plants, cement silos, radial and static conveyers and electric control panels etc. in the entire Middle East.
Al Kifah Readymix launches eco-friendly concrete in KSA
Nov 15, 2017 · A live batch plant trial was held at Al Kifah Readymix & Blocks’ main factory in the Al Ahsa region of Saudi Arabia. The event was attended by senior officials from the firm, as well as partners and consultants from the industry. Al Kifah Readymix & Blocks is a major supplier of well concrete and interlock, and is part of the larger Al Kifah ...
Jun 18, 2014 · I would like to think everyone is excited as I am in making their own kefir, yogurt, kombucha or whatever other health food you are brewing up at home. There is just something about making it yourself that makes it so much fun. Let’s be honest, it is more economical as you can continue to make batch after batch with these grains.
How to Find Milk Kefir Grains: What They Are & Where They ...
Alternatively, if you’d like to make a fresh batch of milk kefir every day or two, then choosing milk kefir grains may be a better option for you. Finally, if you are only looking to make milk kefir for a brief period, then a kefir culture starter may be the most convenient option.
Use the coconut milk from this batch for cooking and place the milk kefir grains in fresh coconut milk. An adjustment period isn’t uncommon whenever kefir grains are switched from one type of milk to another (cow to goat, pasteurized to raw, dairy to coconut, etc.).
In addition, there’s a big difference between goat milk and cow milk, between sheep milk and goat milk. Goat milk is very digestible because it has much less cassein than cow milk. I make kefir every day using raw goat milk and kefir grains, and eat a mostly plant-based diet. My health is very good, I’m quite active, and I’m well over 65.