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Making MultiYo yogurt may initially seem fiddly. However, if you use UHT milk, it only takes a couple of minutes to mix and set up the yogurt maker. 

 But, it is worth it, as you have the freshest possible, naturally delicious yogurt bursting with live beneficial bacteria - rather than a supermarket yogurt with only a couple of types of bacteria and possibly not many of them as the yogurt could have been made days or weeks ago.

IMPORTANT

If starting with pasteurised or raw milk, this must be brought just to the boil and then allowed to cool to room temperature before mixing in the contents of one sachet and putting in the yogurt maker as above. This ensures that the yogurt sets properly. This stage is not needed with UHT milk.

Goat or sheep milk can also be used or powdered milk made up according to manufacturer's instructions.

Do not use lactose-free or nut-based milk as the bacteria need the lactose to create the yogurt (which will therefore be low in lactose).

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So easy to make

You need an electric yogurt maker and 1 litre (2 pints) of UHT (long life) full cream milk. Mix contents of one sachet into the milk.

• The sachet creates a drinking yogurt similar to a single cream. For thicker Greek-style yogurt, just add a few dessert spoonfuls of milk powder at this time.

• Warm in an electric yogurt maker for around 15 hours at around 44°C (110° F). This time and temperature are important to get good results.

• Once made, stir yogurt and allow to cool before putting in fridge where it will keep for up to two weeks.

We recommend the Lakeland Multi Yogurt maker that is available from Lakeland or Amazon.

How to program a Lakeland yogurt maker for MultiYo yogurt making

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Please Note

  • Taste and texture will vary with type of yogurt maker, temperature, time, and type of milk used.
  • You are the artisan. Be creative and with a few experiments, you will have yogurt just the way you like it.
  • Always use a new sachet for each batch to ensure that the balance of multi-strain, bio-cultures is correct. They grow at different rates so using yogurt to start a new batch will unbalance the special mixture of bio-cultures.
  • More tips and FAQs at TheMicrobiomeYogurt.com