Package (4 servings) of "Yogurt Formula" bacteria for home-made yogurt
Make real bio-yogurt at home! A simple and easy preparation procedure that will not take you more than 5 minutes. Homemade yogurt made on the basis of lactic culture is a probiotic yogurt, rich in probiotic bacteria of the lacto and bifido type, which contains more than 30 billion probiotic bacteria per liter of yogurt.
Homemade probiotic yogurt is made on the basis of a formula yogurt culture - does not contain gluten, sugar, lactose, preservatives, flavorings and stabilizers.
Bio-yogurt does not cause a phenomenon like bloating and gas in people who are sensitive to lactose.
Probiotic yogurt helps in bacterial balance of the intestinal tract and intestines in particular, strengthens the immune system.
Recommended for children from 9 months.
Symbiosis of lacto and bifid bacteria (yogurt bacteria) for making bio-yogurt at home.
A unique formula contains probiotic bacteria of the type:
One box contains 4 separate servings of culture (yogurt bacteria) for making probiotic bio-yogurt
Each culture dose (yogurt bacteria) is intended for 1 liter of milk.
From every liter of milk - get 1 liter of bio-yogurt.
Kosher: OU Dairy kosher for foreign dairy eaters with the approval of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel.
It can be used in any pasteurized milk except for low or lactose-free milk. Pasteurized milk needs to be boiled and cooled before the procedure begins.
For the preparation of bio-yogurt, a home appliance for making yogurt or any other electrical appliance that includes a "yogurt" program is required!
From each culture dish can be prepared 1 liter - which is 7 jars of device for making SEVERIN yogurt
|Weight||5 grams each serving|
|Technical characteristics of the yogurt ice cream maker|
|Packages in the kit||1|
|Culture dishes in packaging||4|
|Bacterial dose is intended||Per liter of milk|
|Preparation Time||From 9 to 12 hours in a device for making yogurt|
|Storage Conditions||It is recommended to keep in the refrigerator|
|Kosher||OU Dairy Kosher (for foreign dairy eaters), with the approval of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel|
|Culture has expired||12/2022|