Make Your Own Cultured Buttermilk, Yogurt and Kefir (a Giveaway!)

I love how much money it saves and how easy it is to make your own cultured dairy products!  It really is as simple as putting the live culture into the milk and walking away.  (Well, you do want to put the lid on first.)  Here are my posts which explain how to make buttermilk, how to make yogurt and how to make kefir.  You can do this!!

Once you’ve made a batch of any or all of the above, all you have to do to make subsequent batches is to pour the tail end of the previous batch into your fresh milk and start the process all over again.  It’s easy, it saves money and it is oh so healthy!  These cultured dairy products are so good for your digestion.  Mmm, and yummy too!

To give you a little motivation, in case you’ve been wanting to start making your own cultured dairy products…Cultures for Health is offering to give one of you a nice package of a Traditional Yogurt Starter, a package of Milk Kefir Grains and a Buttermilk Starter.  Remember, once you have the starter, as long as you keep your kefir grains alive and save the tail end of your batches of buttermilk and yogurt, you can keep making more and more batches of these delicious dairy products! 

Cultures for Health is a site I fully trust for purchasing culture starters.  They know what they’re doing, they are very reasonably priced and their shipping is a flat $3.99!!  This is an excellent company to work with and I love their products.  By the way, they’ve got more than just dairy cultures at Cultures for Health…be sure to check out all of their products!

Okay…interested in winning this prize package of  from Cultures for HealthThis giveaway is just a little bit different than our usual giveaways.  This time, to enter you need to head over to this page on the Cultures for Health site.  You can sign up right there, plus receive their free ebook full of Kefir Recipes by signing up!!

I’ll draw a random winner from all entries over at Cultures for Health on Monday, February 28.

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  1. Jennifer says

    Hi Laura,
    Our family is loving your new book–For Real. I am noticing that you use whipping cream regularly, and I do notice a difference in my body size when I use too much of that.

    I normally simply substitute with half and half, but I was wondering if you have instructions on how to make half and half? :) Thanks!

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    LindseyforLaura@HHM Reply:

    I believe half and half is just half cream and half milk. :)

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