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B .W. –
I had C Diff, and was prescribed Vancomycin. It killed everything in my gut. I’m trying to reach-establish my microbiome.
Irene M. –
The reason I make yoghurt is that I suffer from stomach problems and I find eating yoghurt helps with this. Find shop bought too thin hence why I make my own
Claire K. –
Thanks! Keep up the great work. 🙂
I just wrote about the composition of strains in your yogurt cultures. I hadn’t read through your site fully enough. It’s a wonderful website btw.
Thanks so much, Gail
Moshe E. –
Brenda S. –
Hello. I love your yogurt starter! I have used it and it makes great yogurt. My dogs and I enjoy it every morning for breakfast!
It’s delicious! I make it in my insta pot! Couldn’t be easier to make fresh homemade yogurt!
Tastes so much better than the store bought ones! Thanks again for a wonderful product!
We like yogurt! And we like yogurt we make the best. No funny ingredients.
I’m an old man dying from cancer. I have never been a fan of yogurt, but, should I be permitted the time, I might try your culture and discover, perhaps, that the yogurt of which I have not been a fan, was inferior.
I am a fan of Bulgarian style blue-vein cheese, similar, as you certainly know, to Greek Feta, but richer, creamier, less salty. Unfortunately, the single import foods store from where I used to purchase it, has failed and closed due to the consequences of America’s politically
manufactured crisis, e.g., Covid-19 pandemic.
I use buttermilk in many dishes, (I am an accomplished cook), and much prefer the Bulgarian culture to any other I’ve ever tried.
I’ve known but a handful of native Bulgarians in my long life, but delighted in their zest for life, for food, for family, for traits and values I see disappearing here in our current, perverse political climate. Thank you for the self-effacing humor and the attention you pay to customers. The feeling is as friends, not merely a commercial transaction.
I have been making my own yogurt for years because it let me choose the type of grass fed milk that I prefer. We then use it for breakfast with blueberries, nuts and vanilla protein powder mixed in. I also use it to make pancake batter, creamy dressings like Litehouse bleu cheese dressing mixed with equal parts yogurt!
Arie G. –