The basic difference is the lactic acid bacteria contained. Our bifido culture ferments cow's milk and other animal milks into a mildly acidic yoghurt, while our cultures for natural yoghurt ferment animal milks into an acidic traditional yoghurt, comparable to Bulgarian yoghurt. Bifidobacteria are said to have special health-beneficial effects. They have a probiotic effect in the intestine and play a controlling role there.
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- What ingredients are in your vegan yoghurt culture?
- Why does my homemade yoghurt taste so sour?
- Why is my homemade yoghurt grainy?
- Can I eat the yoghurt at room temperature?
- How much yoghurt can I make from the product?
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- Does the production of yoghurt also work with oat milk?