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Natural Probiotic Selection Yogurt Starter Culture ”BOLGARI” – Pack of 7 Freeze Dried Sachets : Best yogurts starter culture on the market

Usually most of the starters recommend 6 to 8 hours with 8 hours in the. I tried several starters and if you follow the instructions never can go wrong. Usually most of the starters recommend 6 to 8 hours with 8 hours in the fridge the bolgari instead advise to incubate for 4 to 6 hours so i tried 4 hours and the result was a creamy and thick yogurt i believe the time depends the kind of yogurt you want more or less sour i also i tried the scd yogurt which takes 24 hours incubation. It’s important to me the specific bacteria in bolgari or other bulgarian yogurt starter as i don’t want bifidus bacteria in my yogurt.

Use this culture all the time & it never disappoints. Here are the specifications for the Natural Probiotic Selection Yogurt Starter Culture ”BOLGARI” – Pack of 7 Freeze Dried Sachets:

  • Contains live active bacteria like “Lactobacilluss Bulgaricus” and “Streptococcus termophiluss”,
  • Every single sachet of this yogurt starter can be serial cultured
  • Use with all yogurt-making appliances
  • One sachet is enough to make between 1-3 litre of plain yogurt

After draining the lot it made the best cream cheese – yielding appr 1/2 kg (1 pound). I was a bit dissapointed to see the yoghurt made with this sachets a bit too liquid (1 sachet per 2l of milk)however, after draining the lot it made the best cream cheese – yielding appr 1/2 kg (1 pound). It was smooth and most delicious, better than stuff from the shop.

Only tried it once, worked well so will use it again.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Usually most of the starters recommend 6 to 8 hours with 8 hours in the
  • after draining the lot it made the BEST CREAM CHEESE – yielding appr 1/2 kg (1 pound)
  • highly recommend

Best yogurts starter culture on the market. Best yogurts starter culture on the market. I have been using it for few years now and makes beautiful yogurt every time.

Excellent culture giving a yoghurt with a smooth sour taste. Excellent culture giving a yoghurt with a smooth sour taste similar to lemons. I made labneh with it as well, and it turned out the best i’d ever made.Also works well with dried wholemilk powder (not instant milk). Great greek yoghurt when drained.

Natural Probiotic Selection Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture – Tiny pack of 10 capsules, Great product, easy to use

The best starter culture i’ve had. It produces lovely, tasty, creamy yogurt. I strained it to make greek yogurt, and was extra creamy. Really good, i would recommend it.

This works really well for me. A litre of fresh, healthy yoghurt. I use a lakeland yoghurt maker i got from amazon for £19. 99, mix some dried milk powder in to half a litre of uht milk, stir really well, add the rest of the milk to take it to one litre and stir again. Microwave for two minutes and thirty seconds, add the contents of the capsule, stir really well, like for at least five minutes of stirring. Stick it in the yoghurt maker over night and in the morning, refrigerate. Then, amazingly, thick tasty and healthy yoghurt. You can even use a couple of spoonfulls for the next batch.

Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture – Tiny pack of 10 capsules for Genuine Bio Yogurt

  • Contains blend of live active Bifidobacteria like ”Bifidobacterium bifidum”, ”Bifidobacterium infantis”, ”Bifidobacterium longum”, ”Bifidobacterium breve”, ”Bifidobacterium adolescentis”
  • Contains live active bacteria like ”Lactobacilus Bulgaricus” and Sterptococcus Thermophilus”
  • One capsule is enough to make 1 litre of genuine bio yogurt
  • Every single capsule of this mild flavour yogurt starter can be serial cultured
  • Use with all yogurt-making appliances

Great, i use to make soya yoghurt and it. Great, i use to make soya yoghurt and it works very well with no need to add anything extra to thicken.

I was very impressed with the information sheets provided in. I was very impressed with the information sheets provided in pdf form. These included instructions for getting started but also helpful hints and troubleshooting.

Not had time to see how it works with various types of milk but with tinned coconut milk and arrowroot it it great.

Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture – Tiny pack of 10 capsules for Genuine Bio Yogurt : Great, i use to make soya yoghurt and it. Great, i use to make soya yoghurt and it works very well with no need to add anything extra to thicken.

Natural Probiotic Selection Yogurt Starter Cultures – Freeze-Dried Culture Sachets : Good way to start learning how to work with cultures

I love that these yogurt starter cultures are freeze dried. Meaning they will last me a lot longer than most do. They have a shelf life of 6 months without having to refridgerate. Each sachet will make 1 litre of yogurt, and each contain live bacteria. I love being able to make my own yogurt & can put any flavors in it i want.

Fast service for this really good yogurt starter. Made a litre of yogurt in 8 hours. I will certainly buy this again. The best starter i have used. . I used milk powder for added thickness.

I’m eating yoghurt since childhood. We use it as is or mixed with fruits, diluted with adding a tinge of salt and cumin or fenugreek. Also we use it extensively in cooking as a meat tenderise in bbq marinade or in deserts (depending on acidity). We also put it in muslin and hang it for a couple hours to concentrate and call this labana. Yoghurt is a great nutttitional product for all ages and it augments the body defence system. Making fresh yoghurt at home costs few penni. Compared with what you buy from any shop and it is always fresher. Here are the specifications for the Natural Probiotic Selection Yogurt Starter Cultures – Freeze-Dried Culture Sachets:

  • Use with all yogurt-making appliances
  • Contains live active bacteria like ”Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. Bulgaricus” and ”Streptococcus thermophilus”
  • One sachet is enough to make 1 quart of plain yogurt and re-cultured after
  • Suitable for vegetarians and SCD diet
  • Pure bacterial blend of cultures made in laboratory environment away from additives, maltodextrin, gluten and GMO

This was bought to use in my lakeland yogurt maker and it makes the most delicious, creamy tasting and not too tart yogurt. I used longlife whole milk and a spoonful of dried milk and leave it for 12 hours. I have not tried making further batches with the made yogurt yet, it gets eaten up too quickly and when i eat it i can almost feel it doing me good.

Fast service for this really good yogurt starter. Made a litre of yogurt in 8 hours. I will certainly buy this again. The best starter i have used. . I used milk powder for added thickness.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Easy & very good quality.
  • very impressed, recieved pdf from company about how to
  • Comics are not just for kids

Started using it to make yogurt and i am pleased with the results. I have just started using it to make yogurt and i am pleased with the results. It gives it a slightly thicker texture, is not a runny buttermilk anymore but creamier. Don’t expect to come very thick though, for that you may want to add gelatine or other thickener agent to the recipe.

I’ve found this to produce by far the best yoghurt from ordinary milk, rather than using bought live yoghurt as a starter. What i have not had a great deal of success with is using some of the initial batch as starter for the next. So i’ve bought a pack of 10 and will just use one for each new batch: it is too nice and too good not to. Best so far is using homogenised jersey milk to one pack of dried probiotic culture; it is usually ready in 12 hours, which is a little longer than usual but the results are most definitely worth it. Updatehave now made good yoghurt using the first round as starter. This is really good stuff, and i make it pretty well every day. I’m certain our digestive health has improved too, as a result.

Natural Probiotic Selection Yogurt Starter Culture – Pack of 10 Freeze Dried Sachets : Best BULGARIAN product

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.

Natural Probiotic Selection Kefir Starter Culture – Pack of 5 Freeze Dried Sachets, Excellent product.

As i wanted to start making kefir again as it is good for digestive problems i contacted the supplier. Happily i have been very pleased with the product which i received. It was exactly as i expected and the instructions which came with it were clear (but must be adhered to ). I made 2 pints of kefir with a single sachet and can use the other two freeze-dried starters at a later date since they will store for months. Meanwhile i shall retain some of the kefir which i have made to start of my next batch. By the way, the packet came rapidly , was well wrapped but able to go through the letter-box. I shall definitely use this supplier again.

Used this with my yogurt maker. Half a sachet with one pint of milk.

Kefir Starter Culture – Pack of 5 Freeze Dried Sachets for Milk Kefir (5 sachets)

  • One sachet is enough to make 1 litre of thick creamy milk kefir and recultured many times
  • Can be set at room temperature. No need of specific appliances, yogurt makers etc.
  • Contains blend of live active bacteria like ”Lactococcus lactis sp lactis”, ”Lactococcus lactis sp lactis biovar diacetylactis”, ”Lactococcus lactis sp cremoris”, ”Leuconostoc mesenteroides sp cremoris”, ”Lactobacillus kefyr”, ”Candida kefyr”, ”Saccharomyces unisporus”
  • Pure bacterial blend of cultures made in laboratory environment away from additives, maltodextrin, gluten and GMO. Optimises digestion, bowel movements and intestinal flora
  • Mild in taste, suitable for healthy, probiotics rich and delicious smoothies

I bought this after hearing it was good for crohns sufferers. I bought this after hearing it was good for crohns sufferers. Obviously i have to give it time to work but it is so easy to make and i was extremely impressed that the company send email instructions. Fingers crossed it is the miracle people say it is but for the price it’s definitely worth a try.

Great product and great customer service. Great product but best part was the very informative email that arrived the day before. It was informative and a step by step account of to use the product. I chose this product because other buyers had said how good the email was. Have made my first batch with great success.

Excellent product, works really well with no problems.

Kefir Starter Culture – Pack of 5 Freeze Dried Sachets for Milk Kefir (5 sachets) : I put mine in the airing cupboard while it was setting. I used 900 ml of organic whole milk. Let it cool to around 30 degrees ( i used a thermometer ) and then pour through a strainer into a jug which allows you to mix the the kefir powder. I then filled 8 pots with lids and placed in the airing cupboard for twenty four hours. After they had set i placed them in the fridge.