We no longer publish certificates on our website. if you require any certificate or documentation please feel free to contact us.
When it comes to buying the right pack size of Bacillus Bulgaricus yogurt starter, the most important thing to know is how much yogurt you will be making and how often. Our packs have a great shelf life, they can be stored in your freezer for 2 years without any effect on the bacteria power […]
Here is a quick guide to help you identify the amount of starter to use for different volumes of milk. 1 gram makes 1 Liter/quart or 32 oz 1.5 grams make 2 Liters/quarts or 64 oz 2 grams make 4 Liters/quarts or 1 gallon 4 grams make 8 Liters/quarts or 2 gallons 6 grams make […]
It is super easy to make yogurt. Yogurt is a natural product made from fermenting milk by a lactic acid bacteria, so it will always naturally set when given the right conditions. However, sometimes you might need some practice before you make the perfect yogurt. Especially if you had not made yogurt before, or, say, […]
Ingredients 2 cups yogurt 1/2 cup boiled (or steamed) and pureed pumpkin 2 tsp honey a pinch of vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg Preparation Combine all ingredients in a jar, mix together until smooth and enjoy. You can top up with more honey and mixed nuts or granola if you’d like.
Bacillus Bulgaricus culture is super strong, so strong that it makes the so-thick-it-doesn’t-fall-off-the-jar-when-upside-down kind of yogurt even when using skim milk. Yogurt thickness, in general, does not depend on the culture you using. Of course if you are using super weak culture you won’t get good yogurt but today’s cultures that are available on the […]
Prep time: 10 mins Ingredients: • 1 onion • 1 cup broccoli • 1 carrot • 1 cup mushrooms • A pinch of salt • 1 cup flour • 1 cup Bulgarian yogurt Method: • Put the onion, broccoli, carrot, mushrooms and salt in the processor mixing ball (with metal blade). • Blend until smooth. […]
Prep time: 20 mins Ingredients: • 1 kg of pumpkin • 1 onion • 1 carrot • 500 ml water • 1 vegetable broth • 50 gr butter Method: • Slice the pumpkin in small cubes • Slice the onion and soften it in a pan with little vegetable oil; • Slice the carrot in […]
Ingredients • 1 peeled garlic clove (=1/2 tsp of minced garlic/1 tsp chopped garlic); • 1 teaspoon parsley • 100 gr feta cheese • 1 roasted paper • 2 cups Bulgarian yogurt • A kitchen robot Preparation 1. Add garlic, parsley and cheese in a medium blender bowl and mix well until smooth and creamy 2. Add pepper and mix with blender (1 […]
Yogurt Starter Nutritional information for the Bacillus Bulgaricus 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, artificial colors […]
We produce and sell starters for making of Bulgarian yogurt, Bulgarian yogurt with Rose, Greek style yogurt, kefir, sirene and kashkaval. Our starters contain freeze-dried live active bacteria cultures, featuring the world-famous Lactobacillus Bulgaricus strain. All our starters are fully natural with no additives, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors. They contain no GMO ingredients and […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
You should buy this yogurt starter if you are looking for a no-fuss yogurt starter which is easy to use and makes thick, creamy and absolutely delicious yogurt. Our starter contains lactic acid bacteria isolated from natural sources in ecologically preserved areas in Bulgaria. It produces yogurt of exceptional quality with smell and taste like […]