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Hajia M. –
Thanks for this opportunity which have been looking forward to I like yogurt in any form which made me learn how to make it because I spends so much money on buying it Am happy I can now make Yogurt
I have been making yogurt daily in large quantities everyday without issues.
The smell and taste with your starter very nice and I also enjoy the uniqueness.
Thanks and best regards, I appreciate
I have a milk allergy so am trying to make yogurt with goat milk. I have your Bulgarian Yogurt culture, and split the package for a quart of milk per the instructions on your website.
Here’s my comments on the Bulgarian Yoghurt Culture:
Having seen a TV programme featuring the benefits of Bulgarian Yoghurt, I purchased a small Electric Yoghurt Maker (£25.00 on eBay) with seven 200 ml glass jars and a suitable cooking thermometer covering the required temperature range, from Morisons (£4.00). I then went in search of a Bulgarian Yoghurt Culture, my website search led me to “The Bacillus Bulgaricus” website. They have a great variety of Yoghurt Cultures, I started with the Bulgarian Start kit 2L (£2.59) (it comes with two 1L sachets) so I figuring that gave me two chances to get it right. I needn’t have worried, just follow The Bacillus Bulgaricus step by step guide, making sure everything is sterilised and you can’t go wrong. The sachets unopened last for up to a year in your freezer compartment.
Hay presto I had made my first batch in a little over 7 hours, I started with fresh pasteurised full cream milk the result was delicious, since then I have moved on to semi-skimmed pasteurised milk the results is just as good and I hope a little more healthy. I plan on trying soya and coconut milk with the aim of moving away from dairy.
Having revisited The Bacillus Bulgaricus website I am now tempted to try some of their other Yogurt cultures. So I have ordered the Seven Pack Combo, so that I can try all the different yoghurt cultures in the offer.
I’m a client for a couple years now.
Thank you for your good products and excellent service!
thank you very much for the book. It will be invaluable.