What Makes Our Sourdough Starter Different (And Better) Than The Rest

Let me start by explaining how is our Bacillus Bulgaricus starter different than the other sourdough starters out there. Now, in order to make sourdough bread you need to first prepare a levain, and for that you need to grow and maintain your own live active sourdough starter. There is more information about sourdough starters […]

Yogurt and Eggplant Appetizer

Ingredients 3/4 cloves crushed garlic 2 large eggplants, roasted and cut in slices ½ kg strained Bulgarian yogurt 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil Black pepper Apple cider vinegar salt Preparation 1. Roast the eggplants and cut them in slices. 2. Mix the yogurt, garlic, salt, vinegar, pepper and a bit of water. Whip the […]

Sourdough Bread Recipe and Easy Step by Step Instructions with Pictures and Videos

This recipe is great if you are just starting your sourdough-making experience. Once you’ve mastered it, then you really won’t need a recipe to follow — you’ll know what to do at each step. Ingredients 500 g / 17.64 oz flour (see notes on flour below) 325 g / 11.46 oz warm water (see notes […]

Yogurt Starter with Rose

Each pack contains loose powder mix, in perfect proportions, of the two strains required to make Bulgarian yogurt — lactobacillus bulgaricus and streptococcus thermophilus. It makes thick, creamy and absolutely delicious yogurt. Bacillus Bulgaricus yogurt starter is fully natural with no additives, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors. It contains no GMO ingredients and it is gluten […]

Difference between kefir grains and kefir starter

Kefir Starter Culture is made of freeze-dried bacteria, similar to our yogurt starter culture. It is a powdery substance that you activate when you use it, in order to make kefir. Kefir grains are clumps of live kefir bacteria, colonies of yeast and bacteria, held together by kefirin, a polysaccharide substance. They are soft and rubbery […]

Yogurt Starter

Each pack contains loose powder mix, in perfect proportions, of the two strains required to make Bulgarian yogurt — lactobacillus bulgaricus and streptococcus thermophilus. It makes thick, creamy and absolutely delicious yogurt. Bacillus Bulgaricus yogurt starter is fully natural with no additives, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors. It contains no GMO ingredients and it is gluten […]

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