(1 customer review)
  • Thick & creamy Greek style yogurt
  • For Yogurt makers.
  • Full of gut friendly bacteria.
  • Available in 5,10,20 & 25 sachet packs.
  • Free UK delivery.
  • Same day dispatch when orders placed by 2pm.
  • Instructions- can be found here Yogurt making instructions


Greek style- for yogurt makers. 

Rich, thick & creamy Cheese-Yogurt-Making’s Greek style yogurt culture is simple and easy to use, Using high quality industry standard cultures. Our sachets give consistent results time and time again. Giving you a hassle free way to make delicious yogurt at home, from as little as 84p per sachet.

It’s simple:

  1. Add the sachet contents to your choice of milk. (we recommend UHT)
  2. Fill yogurt maker with hot water.
  3. Place inner pot in to yogurt maker and wait.

Our sachets work with one litre of milk and produce approx. 1kg of yogurt.

Available in 5,10,20 & 25 sachet sets.

Other styles available:

  • Probiotic – A creamy yogurt style full of heathy bacteria.
  • Natural – A classic & timeless yogurt style.
  • Kefir – Eastern European thinner and tarter style yogurt.
  • Mixed – Not sure what to try how about a mix of them all.


Instructions can be included with your order or can be found here – Yogurt making instructions


All order are dispatched via the royal mail & dispatched same day Monday to Friday when received before 2pm

  • Free UK delivery
  • £2 to Ireland

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1 review for Greek

  1. David Banks (verified owner)

    Brilliant! This DIY yogurt tastes very much like Yeo Valley Greek Style , my favourite supermarket yogurt.
    Making my own saved me a bit of money – not a huge amount – but the main satisfaction is doing the alchemy which transforms bland UHT milk into delicious creamy yogurt. It could not be much easier to do, mix the starter with the milk and then let it ferment. I added a few spoons of Marvel dried milk to make it even thicker and gave it 13 hours, as my fermenter takes a while to get up to temperature.

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