Make Your Own Bulgarian Yogurt
As we have discussed in the previous article, Bulgarian yogurt is made from special bacteria that cannot be found outside Bulgarian air. But that does not mean you cannot make this delicious dairy product on your own at home! Thankfully, with the development of modern transportation and the progress in science, these special bacteria can be cultivated (or transported) all around the world! And everyone can have the opportunity to take advantage of the wonderful benefits of Bulgarian yogurt!
Here I will share with you the exact process you can use to prepare this “sour milk”, as we call it, very easily at home! And the advantages of DIY yogurt are numerous:
- You have full control of the ingredients – you can choose high-quality milk from a local farm, which does not use hormones and antibiotics on their animals. Read more about the hazards of taking too many antibiotics:
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You can use any type of milk you desire – cow, buffalo, or the goat milk which is very low on lactose! Or you can even make a vegan version for the fasting periods or if you are abstaining from animal products indefinitely.
- You will avoid the consumption of preservatives, colorings, or other artificial ingredients in your product! Real yogurt can be stored in the fridge for up to several days. There is no way this dairy goodness can be commercially produced without any preservatives.
- It is a fun hobby for the whole family! DIY projects that have the potential to be healthy as well are a wonderful family bonding experiences! Nothing better than preparing your own food with love and care!
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But let’s get started! It is time for the process!
Note: if you are a vegan or doing any type of vegan fasting, you can prepare the Bulgarian yogurt with milk from nuts and seeds as well. You can find the detailed instructions in “The Yogurt-Maker’s Handbook”. You will learn how to make traditional Bulgarian yogurt with all sorts of dairy and non-dairy products, such as Greek yogurt, Icelandic yogurt, soy yogurt, coconut yogurt, yogurt from cashew, rice, sunflower seeds, and more!
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Next, I will share with you some recipes with Bulgarian yogurt you can enjoy immediately!
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