Nutritional Information

Yogurt Starter Nutritional information for the 2 gram pack of yogurt starter culture. Not a significant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, dietary fiber, sugars, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, iron and calcium. Other ingredients: Nonfat milk solids Laboratory cultures Lactobacillus bulgaricus (>25 billion cfu) and Streptococcus thermophilus (>25 billion cfu) Contains no preservatives, […]

Product Information

Bacillus Bulgaricus is a classic original Bulgarian Yogurt Starter. It is an authentic Bulgarian heirloom yogurt starter made with naturally sourced lactic acid cultures, isolated from natural sources in ecologically preserved areas in Bulgaria. It is produced and packed in Bulgaria. It makes genuine Bulgarian yogurt (kiselo mlyako) of exceptional quality with classic Bulgarian yogurt taste, thickness, acidity […]

Production and development of this truly incredible yogurt starter

Bacillus Bulgaricus is truly incredible. This yogurt starter culture consists of two strains – lactobacillus bulgaricus and streptococcus thermophilus in a perfect combination to make the most incredible yogurt. Every single time. The lactic acid bacteria we use are isolated from natural sources in Bulgaria and selected according to the microbiological, physiological and metabolic characteristics, which are beneficial […]

How to make your very own Bulgarian yogurt, at home

People often ask us if it is true that the famous Lactobacillus Bulgaricus bacterium is found only in Bulgaria and is it why you can’t really get a good Bulgarian yogurt outside of Bulgaria. It is true that in order to make genuine Bulgarian yogurt you need either a batch of genuine Bulgarian yogurt or a […]

Kashkaval Making Instructions

It is easy to make Bulgarian kashkaval using Bacillus Bulgaricus Kashkaval starter culture. It only takes a few easy steps to make your own soft yellow kashkaval cheese. You can use any kind of milk you want — cow’s, sheep’s, goat’s, skim, whole, raw, pasteurized, dairy (unfortunately this does not work with non-dairy milk), it will make some […]

Sirene Making Instructions

It is easy to make Bulgarian sirene using Bacillus Bulgaricus Sirene starter culture. It only takes a few easy steps to make your own hard white brined cheese, or otherwise known as sirene (aka Bulgarian feta). You can use any kind of milk you want — cow’s, sheep’s, goat’s, skim, whole, raw, pasteurized, dairy (unfortunately this does […]