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Yogurt (DS) Sweet 5 packets

Yogurt (DS) Sweet 5 packets (Y5)

4.98 stars, based on 101 reviews
A creamier, richer and sweeter yogurt. CULTURE INCLUDES: Lactose, streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium lactisYIELD: Each packet...
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If you don''t like *tart* yogurt, this is the best!

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From: Houston, TX
I love this yogurt culture for making sweet, thick yogurt. I also add 1/4 t flora danica per gallon of milk, which adds a buttery taste. I might even try this with lowfat milk. I always found the store brands were too tart. This is especially good as yogurt cheese. I spread on toast and put Rigoni di Asiago Org. fruit spread on top. YUM!

Look no further for the BEST yogurt in town!!

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From: Maynard, MA
Consistent smooth .. thick and creamy ... EVERY time! A little goes a long way. Easy to make - and just an all favorite around here! Thank you for such GREAT products!!!

love it!

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I've been making yogurt from these cultures for months now and it just keeps getting better. 5 packets should last a looooong time, since you can save a half cup of yogurt to inoculate the next batch.

Love Love LOVVVVE!

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From: wa
I made yogurt for the first time the other with fresh milk from our own cows and this culture and honestly i must say it was the best I have ever had! It is so versatile, I used some to make homemade Ranch dressing for dinner and added strawberries and a drizzle of maple syrup to a cup and what a delicious breakfast that made!!!

Love this yogurt!

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This is by far my favorite yogurt culture. I love the flavor and texture. It is less tangy than others I have tried and that works for me.

Love your sweet yogurt

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From: Northern Minnesota
I've been ordering this for several years now. I start with raw milk, heat to 110° - 120° F, then cool to between 80° and 90° . I add some dry milk powder, your sweet yogurt culture and incubate on an ancient yogurt "hot"plate my folks bought years ago. Six to eight hours later I have a deliciously sweet and creamy yogurt.

Thank You!!

Makes great Greek style yogurt

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I use 1 packet to culture about 5 qts of milk at a time. Heat the milk to 186°, then cool to 115°. I incubate under a styrofoam cooler. After the yogurt is coagulated, about 6-8 hours, I hang it in a square of muslin to drain out the extra whey. About 3 hours of draining makes nice thick yogurt.

makes my favorite yogurt

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I'm one of those that always have to have quite a bit of sugar added to store-bought yogurts...the tang always tastes sour to me. So I was delighted to try this sweet culture, which it is! No sourness, maybe a slight tang, but mostly fresh milk flavor which is great on its own, with no sugar added, or maybe just a drop of vanilla extract...on top of fresh fruit it is heavenly.

Makes Some Very Yummy Yogurt!!!

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We really like homemade yogurt, and this culture makes fantastic tasting yogurt! It's easy to make too!

Mild and delicious

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I've been using this to make batches of yogurt for a couple of years. I keep the packets in an air tight bin in my freezer. It has worked well for individual servings and 1 and 2 quart batches. I've used the results sweetened with maple syrup for breakfast, in smoothies, and drained as Greek-style dip. Easy and reliable.

More sweet less tangy

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Love the sweetness and creamy as always

My family likes this one the best.

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From: Champaign, IL
I have tried many yogurt cultures over the years and this one is the favorite. It is very mild and has a nice creamy texture. I use an older model Cosmopolitan yogurt maker from Salton Inc. and get the perfect consistancy in approximately 24 hours. My husband and I drizzle honey on a bowl of this yogurt and eat up. It tastes wonderful! My 16 year old mixes a spoon of lemon curd in it. Would highly recommend this product.

my favorite culture

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From: San Antonio, TX
I have been using Y5 for a few years and it is definitely my favorite yogurt culture. It tastes sweet, clean, fresh, and cold. It never fails to make fantastic yogurt.

My favorite yogurt

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From: VA
My whole family loves this yogurt. Perfect body and flavor. It also makes a wonderful creamy, sweet Greek-style yogurt that we sometimes use for desserts.

My favorite yogurt

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From: VA
Truly is a mild, sweet yogurt just like it says.

My favorite yogurt culture

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From: Brooklyn
I have tried many different cultures for making yogurt, including reculturing my own yogurt. While I like the idea of managing my own culture at home, the consistency I get from this sweet yogurt culture is amazing. It works perfectly every time and I love the taste and texture I get - not the case with cultures I have purchased other places or recultured from my own yogurt. Experimenting is awesome, but my family eats enough yogurt that I want it to come out right every time, with no fuss. This culture delivers perfectly!

My Favorite!

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I just started making my own yogurt last year and have tried 5 different types of starters so far. This is definitely my favorite! It is always smooth and creamy and I love the sweetness!

Never fails!

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From: South Dakota
Just follow the directions on the package and you will not fail to make delicious yogurt each and every time. Save a few tablespoons out of each batch and use it to culture your next batch. A 5-pack will last quite a long time!

new favorite

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From: Oregon, USA
This is the only yogurt so far that I will happily eat completely unsweetened. Straining it in butter muslin for one hour after culturing produces a super thick, creamy, naturally sweet yogurt. Add a tiny bit of maple syrup and a drop of vanilla and it is yogurt heaven.



Commercial yogurt is made horribly sour and then they try to cover up the awful flavor with sickly sweet additions. This would be a good culture to try out on family members that don't normally like yogurt.


Perfect every time

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From: Gilbert
After trying many yogurt cultures, I settled on the Y5 sweet culture. The texture of this culture is consistent no matter if I pasturize or don't pasturize the milk. I have a goat herd and often milk the goats, filter the milk, add Y5 culture and put it in 4 half liter glass jars. In 8 hours I have sweet and perfect consistency.

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