Buttermilk style yogurt is made with yogurt and buttermilk cultures. Now this is how yogurt is supposed to be made. Delicous and mild. Creamy yet thick.
You will receive at least 1 teaspoon of dried yogurt starter culture.
To reduce waste, activation instructions are located on our website.
This is an heirloom thermophilic yogurt starter culture. Requires a short activation period.
Jars, spoons, and bowls are NOT included.
Butter milk style yogurt is made with yogurt and buttermilk cultures. Now this is how yogurt is supposed to be made. Delicous and mild. Creamy yet thick. CHILD APPROVED! Our child tester said that this was such a good yogurt, she sees why itâs Sabrinaâs favorite. Thick and creamy, she claimed it had just enough tartness in its mellow to offset any fruit or honey sheâd want in it. With TWO THUMBS UP!! she said to tell yâall that itâs best with a splash of vanilla and a drizzle of honey, with or without granola. You will receive at least 1 teaspoon of dried culture. To activate this culture, please refer to our website.
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