This Thick and Creamy Yoghurt culture is the one for those who like a seriously thick, mildly flavoured yoghurt. Perfect for smoothies, dips, cooking and creamy breakfast pots. If you like a sharper, tangy yogurt try the “Probiotic Yogurt Culture“. Details of recipes and methods for using this culture can be found in “How to Make Butter & Yogurt.”
Is making it cheaper than buying it? This culture and good milk will give you a making cost of around $3.50 per kilo. Store bought yogurts range from $4.50 to $12.00 per kilo. So yes it is worth making your own – plus you control the ingredients and remove large plastic yogurt pots from your weekly waste.
Ingredients: GMO-free Maltodextrin, Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus
Contains: 10 Packs
Makes: 10-20 litres (10-20 quarts) of yogurt