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Old 07-02-2013, 06:15 AM
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Lactobasillus is used to define a certain group of bacteria, which are rod shaped. It is not separate bacteria from acidophilus. In fact, acidophilus is normally listed as L-acidophilus, the L standing for lactobacillus.
You're right. I must have had a bad day. I even misspelled Lactobacillus. I don't normally do that. I do know the difference between genus, species, and strains. My point was that I don't know any other product, that we can make at home, that has such a wide range of bacterial species as does kefir.
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