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Looking to get started making probiotic-rich yogurt at home? You can learn how to make homemade yogurt from our Cultures for Health team and other Real Food pros.
Different yogurt starters culture under different conditions. Mesophilic yogurt starters culture at 70-77° F. Thermophilic yogurt starters culture at 110° F. Heirloom yogurt starters are re-usable starters and can be used to culture batches of yogurt indefinitely with the proper care. Direct-set yogurt starters are single use starter cultures and can be used to culture one batch of yogurt.
When you make yogurt at home, you get to choose which ingredients go into the final product. We have a wide selection of expert advice articles, how-to videos, and recipes to help you along the way. Browse our expert advice below and remember... you can do this!
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Having trouble making yogurt in your yogurt maker? A simple water test can help to pinpoint the problem. Follow these easy steps to test your appliance.
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Making homemade yogurt and having trouble with your yogurt starter? We can help! Check out our Yogurt Troubleshooting FAQ.
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How long will your starter cultures or fermented foods be good at different temperatures? Here is a handy reference.
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Learn how to make cultured and fermented foods using starter cultures during the cool winter months. Plus ideas for how to keep cultures warm!