Yogurt Culture 2-Packs (Sealed Together) of 5-Gram Each
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- Contains 2, 5-gram pouches of live, freeze-dried, active cultures
- Each pouch yields a 6-cup batch of yogurt
- Cultures stay fresh for up to 1 year if unopened and stored properly
- Stays fresh up to one year if unopened and stored properly.
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This makes a yougurt that has the same nice bite as sour cream. I make it with 1% milk and only use 4 cups of milk and a slightly heaping 1/2 t of culture (this is about half the package as the package makes 2 liters).
This culture makes a soother yogurt than the other stuff. It makes your mouth water and alleviates the need for sugar. No it is not sweet, but the "bite" is wonderful.
I use a Salton maker and have since 1997. The container actually will hold 5 cups, so I use 1 quart of half and half and 1 cup of water. The yogurt produced is quite dense. I'm on low carb which is the reason for the half and half. In 24 hours of culturing, most of the sugar is gone. If I want a less tart tasting yogurt, I place a towel over my yogurt maker. I don't know the chemical reason that a towel produces a less tart yogurt but it works. I've also used 2 cups of cream and 3 cups of water satisfactorily. I've tried reconstituted evaporated milk (not sweetened condensed) and that makes a really dense yogurt that I wasn't crazy about but my granddaughter who is 3 loves.
This makes a delicious yogurt and so does Yogourmet. But the price of both on Amazon is very high. You get 2 packets for your money (about $1.50 per batch of yogurt). Yogourmet gives you 10 packets (about $1.70 per batch). I buy the same Yogourmet at my local market for $3.59 -- or about 35¢ per batch.
When I first started making yogurt, using these packets allowed me to vary the time and/or add powdered milk until I found my perfect batch! I don't add powdered milk - it makes it thicker but more tart and I prefer it a bit thinner after getting addicted to it in Europe last year.
These packets are the perfect tool for newbies - and a cupboard staple for the more seasoned yogurt-heads!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This brand okay. I feel it makes a bit thinner productPublished on July 4, 2014 by Cynthia L. Heiden
The culture is a very tasty one. Hopefully it will last through many batches of homemade yogurt. I had received it once as a gift with a small yogurt maker which has since ceased... Read morePublished on June 27, 2014 by Jean Glenn
I live in an area that still does not offer a great deal but there's more than one way to peel an onion, when you can't shop locally shop on line.Published on February 14, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I'm not experience enough to know the difference between starters - it worked? Our yogurt is yummy. We're happy with it and will buy it again.Published on November 28, 2013 by Cori Castaldo
Worked okay but had different directions than most yeast and there was little available for reference to this product online.Published on November 5, 2013 by AMarchese
I think this is the best starter that Amazon sells, I love the taste. It makes terrific Greek yogurt and yogurt cheese as well.Published on May 29, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I have been making yogurt with this starter for at least 5 years. The price continues to rise. It is unreasonably excessive and I cannot afford to continue using it. Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by Neighbor_Nancy