Organic Onaka Yoghurt Starter

Organic Onaka Yoghurt Starter Culture

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£9.50

Onaka, which literally translates as “stomach” in Japanese, is a very unique culture. It’s a culture with added Bifidobacterium Lactis which is popular in Japan and made with Organic whole milk. Very refreshing and pure flavour. One of our newest favourites!

Organic Onaka Yoghurt Starter Culture

Another new addition for our yoghurt collection! Onaka, which literally translates as “stomach” in Japanese, is a very unique culture. It’s a culture with added Bifidobacterium Lactis which is popular in Japan and made with Organic whole milk. Very refreshing and pure flavour. One of our newest favourites!

Contains the following beneficial bacteria and yeast: L. Lactis subsp. Cremoris, L. Lactis subsp. Lactis, L. Lactis biovar. Diacetylactis, Leuconostoc Mesenteroides subsp Cremoris, Bifidobacterium Lactis.

The unique ability to ferment at room temperature makes this yoghurt an easy yoghurt to prepare at home! Just combine milk and our organic Onaka yoghurt starter culture, and wait for the magic to happen.

This type of yogurt culture is a heirloom culture can be used over and over again…indefinitely. This means that if you keep this culture alive, you never have to buy yogurt again.

 

 

Additional information

Weight 5 g
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 0.5 cm
Ingredients:

Freeze-dried organic onaka yoghurt cultures.

Shelf Life:

2 years.

Storage:

Keep at room temperature.

Allergens:

None

2 Questions about Organic Onaka Yoghurt Starter Culture

  1. Alexis says:

    Is it vegan friendly?

  2. JJ says:

    Just wanted to ask if this yoghurt is meant to be really runny, its a little lumpy but nothing like any store bought types of yoghurt. I had a taste and it does have a slight tart flavor but wanted to make sure its ok to eat!

    1. Lisa Hillyer says:

      Hi, this is a Japanese culture and it is mesophilic so yes it will be a curdled type of texture which is normal. Thanks Lisa

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