MyYo Yoghurt Ferment Organic Probiotic
Probiotics have been added to this yogurt starter from My Yo, which survive better in our digestive system than yogurt bacteria and have a stimulating effect on our intestines. With MyYo you can easily make delicious yogurt, 100% natural ...
Making probiotic yoghurt
Organic yoghurt ferments from MyYo to make your own yoghurt. Yoghurt contains good bacteria. Probiotics have been added to this yoghurt starter from My Yo, which survive better in our digestive system than yoghurt bacteria and have a stimulating effect on our intestines. With MyYo you can easily make delicious yoghurt yourself. The milk you use is your own choice. In addition to cow's milk, you can also make yoghurt from goat's milk or soy milk, for example. With a pack of MyYo Yoghurt Probiotic, you can make about 15 litres of yoghurt.
Yoghurt bacteria can be good for your body, but your yoghurt gets even better when probiotics are added! These microorganisms naturally occur in the human intestine and are therefore better able to survive in our digestive system than yoghurt bacteria. For most bacteria in yoghurt, the stomach is too sour.
Making your own yoghurt
Making your own yoghurt with MyYo is easy and fun because you choose what you add to your yoghurt! Choose the type of milk you like. The fattier the milk, the thicker and creamier the yoghurt. Use cow's milk, goat's milk or sheep's milk. You can also use lactose-free milk, such as soy milk or coconut milk. Fresh milk should be boiled beforehand. Stir in seeds from a vanilla pod to make vanilla yoghurt or pieces of chocolate for stracciatella! Yoghurt tastes delicious with fruit, honey or with Indian dishes.
You can also make curd or cream cheese from your own yoghurt. Line a colander or a large bowl with a clean tea towel (a cheesecloth is even better!). Spoon the yoghurt on top and leave to stand overnight. The moisture from the yoghurt disappears through the cloth. Add herbs, garlic or chopped dried tomatoes to your cream cheese! Store homemade yoghurt at room temperature, not above 35 degrees Celsius.
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