Mild Yoghurt Culture - 100 litres
This culture produces a lovely thick and creamy yoghurt!Rated 5/5 based on 21 reviews.
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This culture produces a lovely thick and creamy yoghurt, with mild to medium acidity.
Makes a wonderful, great tasting yoghurt that you are sure to love. Mild flavour is perfect for the whole family.
Costing just a few cents per litre, this culture will save you heaps versus buying yoghurt from the shops.
This pure yoghurt culture is guaranteed to be alive. As soon as you add it to your milk it starts to grow and multiply.
- Pure, live culture with no fillers or additives.
- Consists of specifically selected strains of:
- a mild acidifying Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus
- and a low content of fast acidifying Streptococcus thermophilus
- Making your own yoghurt is very economical as the culture is highly concentrated with each sachet making up to 100 one litre batches of yoghurt!
- This culture contains NO Bifidus, and is therefore OK for the SCD™ diet.
- This culture is suitable for the whole family, including the softer palates of children, with a mild flavour and creamy texture.
- Each sachet is supplied with two sterile jars to keep your culture safely in the freezer and allow you to easily pick up just a small amount on the end of a knife.
- Free from gluten, peanut, sesame, eggs, celery, mustard, fish or shellfish, sulphites, lupine, soy, and is GMO Free.
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.
How to make dairy yoghurt.
Directions are supplied with the culture and you can see them on this site but sometimes just seeing it happen is the way to learn.
I like itBy: Wendy Robyn on 25 June 2019I've been making yoghurt using this plus the ABC culture for about a year (I eat it about 4 times a week). I still have heaps of the culture left. I really like the mild flavour and creamy texture. I no longer take probiotic capsules and have not had a noticeable return to the mild digestive issues I had prior to taking them, so I think the yoghurt is doing its job.
Tasty yoghurtBy: Toyoko Sunk on 24 June 2019I love yoghurt but I have a very sensitive stomach. So, I was little bit cautious about introducing a new culture into my system , but it was good. I don’t have any worries. The yoghurt is a very mild taste. When I have the yoghurt I add one tea spoon of honey. It’s very tasty. Thank you very much.
Mild yoghurt cultureBy: Gwyn Simpson on 20 June 2019An excellent product. Easy to use and store. Always dispatched ASAP after ordering, excellent service.
mild yoghurt cultureBy: Patrick Salter on 22 April 2019It fermented as indicated. Adding a filler to bulk it out could make it easier to handle.
Great yoghurtBy: Carolyn Chidgey on 29 January 2019I make healthy, low sugar yoghurt, using frozen yogurt culture, so simple and easy, and always a success
PricelessBy: Amy on 23 January 2019I purchased this product for the second time (a year apart - it last ages in the freezer and goes a long way.) I use it in combination with the ABC culture. It allows me to easily make lactose free yoghurt (using lactose free milk) at a much lower cost than I’d have to pay to buy it at the supermarket. My parents have just also converted to using this culture and make their yoghurt using powdered milk (it doesn’t taste like powdered milk once set) - VERY cheap to make and FAR less packaging. We just use our old Yoplus makers. Delivery speed and customer service also outstanding.
Great homemade yoghurtBy: Bernadette Hill on 8 January 2019Makes great silky yoghurt that is delicious. Economical and great for environment by not buying tubs of yoghurt as a starter. Certainly do not get anywhere near 100 litres from the pack as detailed on the packaging. When I put in the recommended amount, it was not enough to make the yoghurt consistency. Will continue to buy regardless.
Yoghurt CultureBy: Susannah on 26 December 2018I have bought this before and keep coming back! It makes the best yoghurt ever... I haven't bought any yoghurt from the supermarket in years!
Easy to use with great resultsBy: Emma on 17 December 2018Worked a treat first time and tastes great. Followed the directions under the recipes sections and worked out almost perfectly (tip: heat your milk really slowly or your yoghurt will be grainy).
Superb resultsBy: Penny on 11 December 2018This produces the most creamy, delicious yoghurt. Soooo much nicer than shop bought!
Mild Yogurt cultureBy: Gregg Flemmer on 27 November 2018This makes a very nice tasty yogurt. I highly recommend it.
Mild Yoghurt CultureBy: Barbara Aldrich on 3 October 2018This is a nice, dessert style yoghurt, always consistent in texture and taste. I prefer a tangy yoghurt and even after 12 hours, this remains a mild yoghurt.
Mild yoghurt culture.By: Ali Cowie on 17 September 2018This is amazing. Great value for money and makes really lovely thick yoghurt. No extra additives needed although the instructions suggest pectin for thickness. Not needed.
Happy familyBy: Maree Weeks on 13 September 2018Used this product many times over the last 6+ years. Now doing 4l of yoghurt at a time! My whole family loves it!
Bang for your buckBy: Katie Willard on 12 September 2018I wasn't sure what to expect as a first time maker. The amount seemed surprisingly small but not a lot is needed. I didn't purchase the measuring spoons but wish I had. We let the yoghurt set for 10 hours. It was thick and tasty. I'd definitely buy again.
enjoying the yoghurtBy: Wendy on 5 September 2018I am fairly new to yoghurt making, but having made a couple of batches using shop yoghurts the starter, I thought I would give this a go. I found the result a pleasant and, yes, mild flavoured yoghurt. The extra containers provided are helpful for storage, but way larger than the amount of culture to go in them. The most difficult thing is getting the culture out of the original container and into the freezer containers without losing a fair proportion, as it's such a tiny amount to begin with. But in terms of the yoghurt itself, I am happy with the results.
WOW!!!!!!By: Lauren Dikson on 8 August 2018I initially had a few small problems making this product, but, I was given more tips from Green Living and I have to say that this is the best yoghurt I have ever tasted. Mild, thick creamy and just delicious! Thank you Green Living Australia for a wonderful, healthy, fresh product at a bargain price .
Mild yoghurt cultureBy: Janice Carlin on 31 July 2018Makes beautiful yoghurt
Great yoghurtBy: Natalie on 8 July 2018I make 2 litres of yoghurt every week for my son who is on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet using this culture and probiotic. It’s delicious... so much better than store bought yoghurt. I can recommend it and also the Greenliving yoghurt maker which makes it so easy to make!
thankyouBy: Jill Forrest on 7 June 2018I am so pleased with my Mild Yoghurt Culture. It is rich and creamy with a slight tang.......which is lovely to add fruit too. I used the Calcium Chloride and the Pro biotic in the mix. Extremely satisfied. So easy to have on hand in the freezer. Your service is great with quick delivery
Amazing home made yogurtBy: Brooke on 29 March 2018I am a convert, so easy and so much cheaper than using the packets from the shops to do my home made yogurt. I don't like it sweet and prefer to add my own flavours so this product was perfect. Really surprised at how little I need to use to make a entire litre of yogurt, have already been recommending to friends.