Sweet Yogurt Direct Culture-5 Pack

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SKU:
NEWY5
UPC:
717125037315
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Product Overview

Sweet Yogurt Direct Culture with Acidophilus and Bifidobacterium is the most probiotic culture we have.

A creamier, richer and sweeter yogurt. 

This Yogurt Culture has the creamiest texture of all our yogurt cultures and the least amount of acidity. The texture of the NEWY5 will be more viscous or honey like than the others. This would be a great yogurt for cooking and making yogurt sauces and condiments such as an Indian Raita (a mildly spiced yoghurt with cucumber, carrot and tomato pieces to cool down spicy curries).

CULTURE INCLUDES: Lactose, streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium lactis

YIELD: Each packet will set up to 2 quarts of milk.

DIRECTIONS: Heat 1qt. milk to 185ºF and cool to 112ºF. Pour into a thermos-like container (or Yogotherm). Add 1 packet starter culture, let rehydrate 2 minutes then stir. Cover and let set at 110-112ºF for 6-12 hours or until thickened to desired consistency. For a thicker product, add 1/4 cup of dry milk powder prior to adding your culture. 

STORAGE: Keep packages in the freezer, they will last up to 2 years.

NOTE: Yogurt is very simple to make using our Yogotherm (NEWE69) or our Automatic Yogurt Maker (NEWE79) 

If you are interested in a Greek Style yogurt simply take your finished product and drain it for 2 hours in 2 layers of our Butter Muslin cloth. (You can use the clear whey on top for soup stocks or in baking.)

More Notes on Yogurt:

  • Yogurt from goats milk will always be thinner because the proteins in this milk are so different than cows milk. This can be improved by adding 3 tablespoons dry milk powder for each quart to the goats milk.
  • Adding dry milk powder to milk will increase the amount of lactose and thus increase the residual lactose in the final yogurt.
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