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Yoghurt Shelf Stable Culture

5 x yoghurt culture sachets
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Good Ingredients Approved
Palm Oil Free
100% Wholefood Source
Gluten Free
GMO Free
Dairy Free
Artificial Colour Free
Artificial Flavour Free
Artificial Sweetener Free
Vegetarian
New Zealand Manufactured
Synthetic Preservative Free
Alcohol Free
Egg Free
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Highlights

Mad Millie Yoghurt Shelf Stable Culture is ideal for yoghurt and yoghurt cheese. This yoghurt culture is a freeze dried yoghurt culture ideal for making yoghurt and yoghurt cheese. It is a freeze-dried mixed strain culture containing Bifidobacterium species, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Streptococcus thermophilus.

  • Store in freezer for optimum life.
  • Shelf life is 24 months when stored in freezer. 
  • This culture lasts out of the freezer (at room temperature) for 3 months so will be fine during postage. However, Mad Millie suggests storing cultures in the freezer as soon as you get them in order to prolong the life of the culture.
  • All Mad Millie culture contains a small amount of dairy.

There are 5 sachets in each pack, and each sachet cultures 1 - 2 litres of milk. To make yoghurt, sprinkle a whole sachet of culture to warmed milk and incubate at 40 degrees for 12 hours. Sachet is sufficient to make 1- 2 litres of yoghurt.

Each sachet contains:

Bifidobacterium species
Lactobacillus acidophilus
Streptococcus thermophilus

Contains milk/dairy

  • ideal for making yoghurt and yoghurt cheese
  • Contains 100 MILLION probiotic bacteria cells per gram of yoghurt
  • Well above the recommended daily intake of probiotic cells