Yogurt culture starter pack. I was quite new when i started making yogurt, and i begun with this yogurt starter culture. It worked a treat, no fuss, no problems, just lovely creamy yogurt after a few hours in the yogurt maker. I do now use both culture and natural yogurt but i can’t tell any difference with the result.
Just made a batch of coconut milk yoghurt with one packet to 2 liters. Mild flavor, happy to have a non-dairy alternative. Here are the specifications for the Natural Probiotic Selection Yogurt Starter Culture – Pack of 10 Freeze Dried Sachets:
- Contains blend of live active Bifidobacteria like ”Bifidobacterium bifidum”, ”Bifidobacterium infantis”, ”Bifidobacterium longum”, ”Bifidobacterium breve”, ”Bifidobacterium adolescentis”
- Contains live active bacteria like “Lactobacilluss Bulgaricus” and “Streptococcus termophiluss”,
- Every single sachet of this mild flavour yogurt startermake between 1-5 litre of plain yogurt and then can be serial cultured
- Use with all yogurt-making appliances
- Can be stored at room temperature away of direct sunlight and heat up to 6 months
Made divine almond milk yogurt. It took me 4 attempts to finally succeed in making yogurt with almond milk, but the seller was incredibly helpful. I am severely lactose intolerant so using a mammalian milk as a starter culture was not an option. If you want to make almond milk yogurt, you will need to follow these steps pretty strictly. Make your own almond milk fresh to use in your yogurt. Do not use shop bought almond milk. Before you make the milk or the yogurt pour boiling water over your cooking equipment to reduce chances of bad bacteria killing the culture. Make almond milk by taking finely blending 1 cup of almonds to 2. Use cheese cloth to filter away pulp from almond milk. Do not soak the almonds in advance. Just pour boiling water over them to quickly sterilise them. Gently heat and gently stir the almond milk on the stove not microwave so it is lukewarm. Keep your finger in the milk and when it doesn’t feel cold or warm to the touch it is ready. Do not over heat the almond milk as it can chemically change the milk. Stir in a tablespoon of honey or sugar, and a sachet of culture. The bacteria needs the sugar to feed. Don’t be tempted to reduce the sugar content. Transfer your cultured sweetened almond milk to your yogurt maker.
Makes great coconut milk yoghurt. You’ll need to follow a receipe to ensure it doesn’t separate. My favourite is from floandgrace. The packaging arrived damaged in the post, but the contents are well protected in individual sachets, so no harm done.
Reviews from purchasers :
- Made divine almond milk yogurt
- Simple to use and it works
- YOGURT CULTURE STARTER PACK
So if you want to home prepare a classic bulgarian yogurt, please use this original product. Keep in mind that 1 package must be used only for up to 5 litres of milk and to not be reused in case of preparing less milk.
Good product, and good customer service. I’ve used one of the sachets, which worked well, and have made a second batch using some of the reserved yoghurt from the first batch. I especially liked that the company sent me some literature by e-mail even before i received the product about yogurt-making in general, and the best way to use their starter culture. For instance, i learned new info about which types milk are best used.