ABC Probiotic Culture
Use in conjunction with yoghurt and cheese cultures.
Add valuable probiotics to your yoghurt or soft cheese. Can also be used to make a healthy probiotic drink.
Please note: ABC Probiotic Culture will not make yoghurt on its own and must be used in addition to a yoghurt starter culture to make yoghurt.
Easy To Use
ABC Probiotic Culture is simple and easy to use. Just add to your homemade yoghurt or cheese or use by itself in milk to make a probiotic drink.
Make your own probiotics and save! Costing just a few cents per litre, pure probiotic cultures will save you heaps compared to the shops.
Live Probiotic Bacteria
This culture is guaranteed to be alive. As soon as you add the culture to your recipe it starts to grow and multiply, forming millions of live probiotics.
- Lactobacillus acidophilus
- Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. lactic
- Lactobacillus casei
How Does It Work?
ABC Probiotic Culture works by adding live probiotics to your recipe. Simply add the required amount of culture and allow to ferment naturally for the specified time (usually 8 to 12 hours). The culture will eat the available sugars in your recipe and create acid as it ferments.
When using the ABC to add to Yoghurt:
If you are only using your ABC Probiotic Culture to add to your yoghurt, you can go ahead and add the ABC Culture to the Yoghurt Culture, in the same sterile jar. Give it a good shake to mix it and then use this blend of Yoghurt Culture and ABC Culture to make your yoghurt. This will ensure that your blend is perfectly balanced every time. Once you have this blend, follow the normal dosage instructions.
Shelf Life of Cultures:
When stored correctly freeze-dried lactic cultures are typically viable long after any date on the pack.
How to store the culture and how much to use.
This system will help you get the best value out of our yoghurt cultures, kefir and probiotic veggie culture while helping protect the culture from moisture and contamination.
Testing the Culture:
When your culture is active, it will eat the sugars in the milk and create acid. This means the pH will drop as the milk becomes more acidic. You can test your culture by adding some to milk and then measuring the pH as it drops. If you do not have some pH paper to do this, you can do it by taste. Compare the taste of the uncultured milk to the cultured milk and you should be able to taste the difference.
Yoghurt BoosterBy: Ray Brettell on 8 August 2021I have recently boosted my mild culture yoghurt, (which has 3 types of culture), by adding ABC Probiotic culture as well. This adds 4 different strains of culture to this yoghurt, -hopefully making it even more beneficial to gut health. Instructions simple and informative. My yoghurt (made using a sous vide precision cooker) is thick and creamy.
Review ABC Probiotic CultureBy: Samantha on 14 August 2020I cannot actually tell the difference between my yoghurt when I use this to when I do not (it appears to have no effect on texture of flavour), but I am encouraged that there is more beneficial bacteria in my yoghurt when I do, so I will continue. Very good value for money.
great productBy: Batina Teale on 15 February 2020Great product
A+++++By: cara letho on 13 August 2019Easy way to add probiotics into yogurt. Fabulous.
CultureBy: Freda Cawsey on 12 April 2019Have used this product for several years. Always works well.
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