Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture
A reusable heirloom-variety yogurt starter, Bulgarian yogurt is perhaps one of the most popular yogurt varieties in the world and produces a rich creamy homemade yogurt.
Each bag contains:
- 2 packets of yogurt starter culture.
Instructions for using this culture are included and may be found here.
Shipping and Storage Information:
- Our Bulgarian starter culture is shipped in a barrier-sealed packet as a freeze-dried yogurt culture.
- Refrigeration recommended
- Use by date on bag.
Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture Ingredients:
- Organic milk, live active cultures.
Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture Allergen Information:
- Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing soy and dairy.
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Full of gut-healthy probiotics
Makes endless batches of yogurt - saving you money!
You control the ingredients!
What Our Customers Are Saying
A great yogurt for anyone. Not too tart or too runny. I had made this yogurt for about 6 years from the original starter, but I accidentally got it to hot and killed it. I recently bought new and it is happily making batches of great tasting yogurt. Customer service is very helpful talking you through the activation process.
Love the tart flavor to this. No more commercial made yogurt for me. Love the heirloom part of this so I always have culture ready for the next batch of yogurt to be made.
This Bulgarian starter is amazingly delicious and easy to culture. My first batch did not thicken super well but that was expected for the starter. The second batch was beautiful and firm. Worked within about 4 hours. I used a nice little yogurt maker and followed the directions verbatim. I recommend this starter for newbies and the taste is just wonderful. Not too tart, creamy and good.
I ordered the Bulgarian yogurt culture because the description said it was mild and creamy, and they weren't kidding! I've made about half a dozen batches now, and after culturing I strain to remove extra whey. The end product is so creamy and delicious it's hard to stop eating!
I made yogurt the first time I tried! Since my oven doesn’t go low enough for the final step, I put the jars of ‘milk’ in a closed cooler on my back porch. Has worked 3 times!
Wonder creamy, slight tangy taste. Easy instructions.
Because I make my yogurt with Pea Milk, I can't use it as starter for the next batch. So, I made one small container of cow's milk yogurt with the starter and use that as starter until it runs out and I use it as starter to make another small container of cow's milk yogurt. I have just enough cow's milk frozen in small amounts to defrost and use when I need to make a new one. It's been working great and the small amount of cow's milk that ends up in the larger batch of yogurt is not enough to bother my stomach. A good solution! Thanks for helping me to figure it out! Staff was very helpful in answering my questions.
We've been using this starter for 6 weeks or so. I closely followed the instructions and the first few times were very thin. We use raw milk and I researched that you basically can't create raw milk yogurt because the enzymes in the raw milk break down the protein structures. I now heat the milk to 180 and it's almost perfect. It's not as smooth as I would like - there are tiny chunks that I can't seem to whisk out. But the flavor is great. Would buy again.
I love the tart taste of this yoghurt. Just be sure to get a milk that isn't ultra-high pasteurized. Unfortunately, most milks now are ultra, but just search and find the right one and you'll get a good batch. I did mine in a Cuisinart yoghurt machine after following the stove-top directions to get the culture started.
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Pro Tip Corner
Bulgarian yogurt is one of the most popular yogurt varieties in the world! And the good news is that it's easy to make at home for a fraction of the cost of commercial varieties!How to Make Bulgarian Yogurt