Thursday, August 2, 2012

Cultures for Health

Cultures for Health Starter Cultures and Real Food Supplies

I am excited, for weeks I have been researching recipes for making homemade yogurt, which I mentioned in my last blog. All the recipes I found required actual yogurt to start the process, I don't want all the junk in the store bought yogurt. I mean that is why I want to make my own, then I found Cultures for Health. Well, the time has come, Saturday I am placing my order with Cultures for Health. As I looked at the cultural starters I became a little confused by the various starters. However, not to fear, you can ask questions, and often chat with someone to answer your questions.

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I was a little overwhelmed by the variety of starters, and glad to be able to chat with someone. I want to make a traditional tasting yogurt, my 13 year old is picky about food, and I feel if it does not taste traditional, store bought, he will not eat it. At the same time I want to be able to save some of the yogurt as the cultural starter for the next batch. The individual told me that the Bulgarian yogurt cultural starter would be the best for what I wanted. 

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As I browsed the web site I noticed the yogurt makers, I love the idea of having the jars, and just putting them in the yogurt maker and go about my day. I looked at all of them, I liked the one with the timer, so if I wanted to go out it would just shut off. The Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator was appealing because it did not use electricity, thought that would be great in case of a power outage. So, the one I am going to get is the Yolife Yogurt Maker, all plastic is BPA free, loving that. Plus if I want to use another size jar I can do so easily.

You can be sure that as soon as I make my first batch of yogurt, you will be the first to hear about it. Next month it is going to be cheese, yummmmyyyyy!!!!

Forgot to mention, if you sign up for their newsletter you get three free e-books, one for making Kefir, Yogurt, and Kombucha.

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