The Culture Cupboard® generous ten pack of probiotic yogurt culture contains four strains of lactic bacteria and probiotics to make fresh yogurt at home. Each pack makes 1-2 litres (1-2 quarts) of thick, tangy yogurt, bursting with bugs.
In a recent laboratory test, one tablespoon of fresh yogurt made from this culture still had a culture count of 21 billion live bacteria seven days after making!
We often get asked - is making it cheaper than buying it? This culture and good milk will give you a making cost of around $3.80 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.
To make spectacular yogurt, we recommend using the Stainless Steel Yogurt Maker together with recipes and methods from our book How to Make Butter & Yogurt.
Exp Date: Current Lot - JAN 2021
Ingredients: GMO free Maltodextrin, Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus, Bifidobacterium
Net WT: 20 g (0.71 oz)
Contains: 10 Packs
Makes: 10-20 liters (10-20 quarts) of yogurt
COO: Made in NZ from imported ingredients
Milk to use: We use this culture with whole dairy milk but it works with a wide range of dairy milk and even lactose-free dairy milk.
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