Fil Mjolk (Filmjolk) Yogurt Starter Culture

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Fil Mjölk (Filmjölk) is a mild, buttermilk flavored yogurt originating in Finland.  It contains live active bacteria and cultures at room temperature (70-78°F degrees).  As a mesophilic culture, you do not use heat at all when making this yogurt so there is no yogurt maker required!

Fil Mjölk can be used to make unlimited amounts of homemade yogurt as it can be cultured over and over again.  Just reserve some from your current batch to inoculate the next batch. With care, this  yogurt culture can be used to make homemade yogurt indefinitely - no need to buy another starter.

You can also make clotted cream by using half cream and enjoy what the Europeans call Creme Fraiche (pronounced "Crem-Fresh”).

It is so easy to make - just mix with fresh milk and allow to culture on your counter!  Fil Mjölk benefits from the use of part or all cream while culturing, in order to make a thicker yogurt.  If you are using raw milk, additional steps are needed, which are included in our instructions.  Goat milk will result in a thinner yogurt, and alternative milks are not recommended.  

Fil Mjölk yogurt starter contains the following active lactic acid bacteria: Lactococcus lactis and Leuconostoc mesenteroides.

All of our yogurt starters are cultured in organic milk.

Our yogurt starters are sent as fresh cultures in the U.S. or as a dried culture if shipped internationally.   Also, for U.S. customers, choose Priority Mail at checkout if you want a fresh culture.  If you do not choose Priority Mail, you will receive a dried culture, to ensure it arrives in viable form.  

If you are in the U.S. and wish to request a dried culture (which is recommended in the warmer months if you are in a hot climate, or if you do not think you will be able to culture the yogurt right away upon receiving it), please specify.  

Instructions for your yogurt starter may be found here.

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