Tangy Yoghurt Culture - 100 litres
Makes up to 100 litres of yoghurt!Rated 5/5 based on 14 reviews.
This culture produces a really thick, smooth textured yoghurt, with a more acidic flavour than the Mild Yoghurt Culture.
Makes a wonderful, great tasting yoghurt that you are sure to love. Tangy flavour is just right for adult palates.
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.
- It consists of specifically selected strains of:
- Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus
- Streptococcus thermophilus
- Making your own yoghurt is very economical as the culture is highly concentrated, and each sachet will make up to 100 one litre batches of yoghurt!
- This culture contains NO Bifidus, and is therefore OK for the SCD™ diet.
- This yoghurt is an absolute winner if you like a tangy, more acidic yoghurt! The extra tang makes this an ideal yoghurt for cooking, where you want the flavour of the yoghurt to come through.
- Please note: The longer you leave this yoghurt incubating, before refrigeration, the more acidic it will be. Don't forget it and leave it too long!
- 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 Much Culture To Use:
Tangy Yoghurt CultureBy: Terry Butwell on 17 January 2019This culture does not deliver the tangy taste that I was looking for. The culture works real well and does last a long time in the freezer. You certainly get your money's worth for less than $20. The taste of the resulting yoghurt is fine and I consume it daily with fresh fruit. I would have liked the yoghurt to have more tang but none of the commercially made yoghurts labelled as "Greek Yoghurt" have tang either and instead have a sweeter taste.I guess that is due to the "additives". At least with this product all you get is milk, milk powder and culture and because you make it you know what you are getting. Whilst I may seem a little critical of this culture I must admit that I have been using it for 3+ years and have never tried any other cultures. Nor have I thought about shopping elsewhere. No complaints from the grand kids either.
Yoghurt cultureBy: Rhonda Barson on 12 December 2018This makes lovely yoghurt but it might be easier to handle if it came in a smaller sachet. I was surprised by how small the quantity was when I opened the sachet.
Tangy Yoghurt cultureBy: Richard Fry on 3 December 2018This Yoghurt culture matched with the Probiotic culture makes a really nice yoghurt. It is simple to make and tastes great. I am really enjoying eating this everyday and am consuming a lot more fruit in the process. Buy it now and smile everytime you eat it ;) Oh, And the mount required really is miniscule!
Tangy yogurt culture28 November 2018Absolutely love it, works everytime, so happy I gave it a try. Will definitely be back for more!
DelishiousBy: Lydia on 25 October 2018I started making my own yogurt 2 weeks ago and love this product. The taste is tangy and very similar to Greek yogurt, which is my favorite. I have been heating my milk to 90, then cooling it to 40 as suggested. It was a bit thin, so I used some milk powder in the 2nd batch, which made it thick and creamy. I also purchased the Probiotic, but I hope that there is truly probiotics going in to the mix! Fabulous product, and I wouldn't bother purchasing elsewhere.
Tangy yoghurt culturesBy: Maree on 9 October 2018As with a.ll your products, I find the results of this culture excellent
Really very goodBy: Maria on 8 October 2018I just arrive at home and did already my yogurt. the culture is really fantastic and the result is a tick yogurt with a bit of culture.
Makes great sour creamBy: Penny on 6 September 2018We are enjoying our first batch of sour cream using this culture in combination with the ABC culture. This is a very economic culture considering how many batches it can make. Some improvement could be achieved with perhaps a measuring spoon as it is difficult to estimate the correct amount which may tend to lead to using too much. While this doesn't effect the quality of the yoghurt/cream it reduces the economy of the product. Also, perhaps a smaller packet size would reduce wastage due to the tiny amount in such a huge packet. Overall a great product with good information supplied with it.
Not too tangy but just rightBy: Anna on 14 August 2018I've never made yoghurt before but I love Greek-style yoghurt so I purchased the 'tangy' starter. The resulting yoghurt was lovely... creamy and not too tangy. I'll keep using this starter.
Tangy Yoghurt CultureBy: Terry Butwell on 19 June 2018I have used this product for several years now and I have never encountered any problems or had any failures. I make 1.5 Litres per week and the product lasts for a full 12 months.Having said that I found that towards the end of my last culture the culture powder became hard and a little difficult to separate into the right amount for my mix. Although this change to the culture did not affect the outcome of the yoghurt - it was still as good as the first time I used it. I find that combining this culture with the Devondale UHT full cream milk plus full cream milk powder is the easiest and a simple way to produce great yoghurt. All our grandkids love it and it makes great Riata for curries. I have it every night on top of a bowl of fresh fruit. No sugar no additives so you know what you are eating and at a cost of around $1.50 or less per Litre it is simply the cheapest health food you can get. Thank You Green Living. Terry Butwell
Tangy yogurt cultureBy: Anne on 28 May 2018Lovely flavour. Works every time
Tangy and economical yoghurtBy: Piet on 1 May 2018Terrific yoghurt every time. Add 1 desert spoon of brown sugar to 2L milk to get a tangier taste as it is food for the bacteria, encouraging it to populate more vigorously. In this case increase fermentation time.
Tangy Yoghurt CultureBy: tom bahr on 25 April 2018definitely very lively with just the right amount of tang. Very nice.
Tangy YoghurtBy: Lucas Spoel on 18 March 2018Great stuff! Best tasting yoghurt!