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Authentic Healthy Homemade Greek Yogurt Starter Culture | Zoh Probiotics

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Effortlessly Make Delicious, Probiotic-Rich Greek Yogurt at Home

  1. 🥄 Delicious Homemade Greek Yogurt: Indulge in the thick, creamy, and mild-tasting Greek yogurt right at home. Rich in protein and brimming with healthy probiotics, our starter culture lets you whip up your own delightful treat without any added sugar or preservatives.
  2. 🥛 Versatile and Personalized: Whether you're a fan of A2, cow, buffalo, goat, or nut mylks, our Greek yogurt starter has got you covered. Tailor your yogurt to your taste buds and dietary needs with ease.

  3. 💪 Probiotic Powerhouse: Each spoonful of our Greek yogurt is teeming with gut-healing probiotics. Boost your digestion and immunity while indulging in a nutrient-packed homemade delicacy.

  4. 📋 Effortless Yogurt Making: With our clear-cut instructions, crafting your own Greek yogurt becomes a breeze. First batch sets in 16-24 hrs, and subsequent batches within 4-10 hrs. Plus, our dedicated customer support is always ready to help.

  5. ♻️ Reusable Culture: Our Greek yogurt starter isn't just a one-time use. With proper care, it can be reused indefinitely - just 2 tbsp from the previous batch is enough to culture a new batch.

  6. 🧪 Lab-Tested & Safe: Our starter culture is rigorously tested for pathogens, ensuring a high-quality and safe product. It's gluten-free and non-GMO for a worry-free yogurt making experience.

  7. 🇬🇷 Authentic Greek Taste: Treat your palate to the legendary taste of traditional Greek yogurt. It's creamy texture and tangy flavor is perfect for enjoying alone or in various recipes.

  8. 🎯 Beginner-Friendly: New to yogurt-making? No worries. Our Greek yogurt starter is easy to use, allowing beginners to successfully make their own homemade yogurt.

  9. 🌿 Nutrient-Rich Snack: Known for its high protein content, Greek yogurt is a nutritious choice for those seeking a high-protein snack or breakfast option.

  10. 💰 Cost-Effective: With our Greek yogurt starter, your pocket will thank you. The 2 small sachets last a lifetime, providing the flexibility to make protein-rich Greek yogurt with your preferred milk type.

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Yogurt in 4 Steps

Prep Milk

Add 500 ml Organic full fat milk and heat it to a lukewarm temperature of 37-42 degree Celsius. Transfer to a sterilized glass jar.

Add Starter Culture

Empty one packet of starter culture into the milk and stir well.


Cover the jar and leave to ferment at 37-42 degree Celsius for 6 hours. If not set, leave to ferment with intermittent checking every 2 hours.


Once the yogurt is set, make sure to keep aside 2 tbsp yogurt to make a fresh new batch.


Know your Ferments
Know your Facts

In India, we often consume "dahi," a yogurt that is mesophilic, meaning it ferments at room temperature. Greek yogurt, on the other hand, is thermophilic, requiring warmer temperatures for fermentation. The Greek Yogurt Starter Culture contains two specific strains of bacteria, Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, to ensure you get that authentic Greek yogurt texture and flavor. In contrast, dahi is made from a wild culture, meaning it contains various types of bacteria. Additionally, Greek yogurt has a tangier, more robust flavor compared to the mild, subtle taste of Indian dahi.

For the best results when using our Greek Yogurt Starter Culture, homogenized and pasteurized full-fat milk is highly recommended. However, you have a wide range of options, including cow milk, buffalo milk, A2 milk, and skimmed milk. If you opt for raw milk, ensure it is boiled and pasteurized beforehand to remove any harmful bacteria.

For those interested in non-dairy options, you can also use plant-based milk alternatives such as almond milk, soy milk, and coconut milk. Do note that the texture and taste may vary from traditional Greek yogurt made from dairy milk. You may also need to add a thickening agent like agar-agar or guar gum to achieve the desired consistency.

This versatile approach allows you to customize your homemade Greek yogurt according to your dietary preferences and needs.

Do I need any special equipment to make Greek yogurt at home?

You will ideally need a thermometer to ensure the milk reaches the appropriate warm temperature of around 40 degrees Celsius for the best outcome, as Greek yogurt is thermophilic. While a specialized yogurt maker can maintain this temperature consistently, you can also achieve the same result by keeping the fermenting yogurt in a warm place. Some DIY methods include placing it in an oven with just the light on, wrapping it in a quilt, storing it above the fridge, or submerging it in a warm water bath.

Yes, you can make larger batches easily. Our Greek Yogurt Starter Culture is an heirloom culture, meaning you can reculture it for future batches. For every liter of milk, use 2 tablespoons of the culture from a previous batch. This allows you to keep a continuous supply of homemade Greek yogurt.

Making Greek yogurt at home offers several key advantages:

1) Choice of Milk:
Choose from various milk types like cow, buffalo, or even plant-based options like almond and soy, to tailor the yogurt to your specific dietary needs and taste preferences.

2) No Additives:
Avoid unwanted additives and preservatives found in store-bought yogurt, ensuring a cleaner, more natural product.

3) Economical:
Making Greek yogurt at home is often more cost-effective than buying it from the store, especially if you plan to consume it regularly.

4) Freshness:
While homemade yogurt is made from freshly pasteurized milk, it’s worth noting that the pasteurization process can eliminate some of the natural probiotics. However, the fermentation process introduces beneficial bacteria back into the yogurt.

5) Reduce Plastic Waste:
Cut down on plastic pollution by storing your homemade yogurt in reusable containers.

6) Probiotic Benefits:
The fermentation process introduces beneficial bacteria into the yogurt, making it a healthy addition to your diet.

By making Greek yogurt at home, you gain control over the ingredients, save money, and contribute to a more sustainable lifestyle.

The protein content in your Greek yogurt will reflect the nutritional profile of the milk you use. Traditionally, Greek yogurt was made with a specific combination of bacteria that imparted its unique flavor. When it gained popularity, it became synonymous with strained yogurt. When you compare 100g of strained yogurt to 100g of unstrained yogurt, the strained version will have more protein due to the removal of whey. This is why Greek yogurt is often touted for its high protein content.