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A Dairy Brand Called Kefseft

By Kitchyart on 30 April, 2012

In an earlier post, I have revealed my love for Japanese snacks. I’ve seen this poster in a restaurant a couple of weeks ago but forgot to look it up. Thanks to my dad who frequents the Sunday Market in Greenhills, he brought home a handful of goodies for me.

Kefseft, an unusual name, is Japanese dairy company that produces fresh non-homogenized milk, fresh soft cheese and yogurt. Their products hail from a farm in Santa Maria, Bulacan. I wanted to consume all three at once, but that would’ve ended badly. I took a swig of the milk, a nibble of the cheese and half of the yogurt since it was really for my breakfast.

The milk (P90) swirled around like a smooth and creamy beverage. It didn’t taste like fat at all, unlike commercial milk. It tasted so clean and the cool temperature of the milk was such a joy to drink in this sweltering heat.

The cheese (P120) is light and creamy as well, I quickly dreamt of it tossed into a summer salad of lettuce, arugula, cherry tomatoes with a hint of a lemon and olive oil dressing.

The yogurt (P50) had a flan texture to it, I expected this to be the creamiest one but it wasn’t. It was still good, not too tart with a few lumps and some whey.

I’m glad my dad found them in the Sunday market. I know where I’ll be getting the next dairy fix.

 

Kefseft
Tel. 0916 381 3846
Email. Kefseft@gmail.com

Kefseft Facebook Page

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  • MAY 2, 2012 3:53 PM

    jptecs said...

    Where exactly in Greenhills is the Sunday Market?

  • MAY 2, 2012 10:35 PM

    JJ said...

    The cheese looks awesome! Is the Greenhills Sunday Market the one near Connecticut/Greenhills East?

  • MAY 2, 2012 11:33 PM

    kitchyart said...

    Hi jptecs and JJ! Greenhills Sunday Market is the one along Connecticut/North East Greenhills :-)

  • MAY 6, 2012 2:51 PM

    Ann said...

    I got to try the fresh milk today! One sip and I was transported back to my childhood! Reminds me of the old magnolia milk, the ones sold in bottles during the 80s. Great find! :)

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