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Probiotic Dairy Yoghurt Starter Culture

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Culture Cupboard Probiotic Dairy Yoghurt Starter Culture is a sustainable, healthy and cost-effective decision. This starter contains 10x 2 gram sachets of yoghurt culture and each sachet makes 1 litre of fresh probiotic yoghurt from your choice of dairy milk.

We're all different, and this culture works with a wide range of dairy milk, including lactose-free, A2, trim, cream, raw milk, goat, sheep, UHT, and even powdered milk. Culture Cupboard starters are made in New Zealand in small batches for maximum live culture counts. Because they're made fresh, each pack has a long shelf life of 8-12 months.

When making yogurt at home, a pan that will hold 1 litre of milk, a thermometer, and a yogurt maker are useful equipment items. Cotton cheesecloth is also useful for straining Greek Yogurt.
  • Store in freezer after purchase.
  1. Add base sachet to 1 litre of plant milk of your choice, blend well and heat to 90°C.
  2. Cool milk to 45°C by placing the pan in a sink of cold water for 5 minutes.
  3. Add one sachet of starter culture.
  4. Pour into prepared yoghurt maker and culture at 45°C for 8 hours.
  5. Chill completely before eating and consume within 7 days.

Plastic yoghurt makers can be used but prepare the milk as above and use 45°C warm water not boiling water in the maker. You will need a yoghurt maker and a thermometer to follow the recipe on the pack.
GMO free maltodextrin
Streptococcus thermophilus
Lactobacillus acidophilus
Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus
Bifidobacterium
  • Enough to make 10 x 1 litre batches of yoghurt
  • Your choice of ingredients & type of milk
  • Increase probiotic intake in your daily diet
  • Made in NZ with no added sugar or artificial ingredients

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