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what is starter?

Homemade_yogurt

I have a question about the ingredient "starter or 1/2 cup yogurt with active live cultures" on the recipe "Homemade Yogurt" from merrill.

asked by dieubert almost 3 years ago
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added almost 3 years ago

You can buy a packet containing dried bacterial culture used to make yoghurt. Personally, I find it easier to buy an individual organic plain yoghurt - just read the back to make sure it contains active Cultures. Something like stoneybrook works fine...