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Ever had trouble keeping your yoghurt and other fermented foods at the right temperature? We have too. That is why we have combined the Mad Millie double-walled, stainless steel culturing flask with the Icelandic Skyr kit.

Whip up your next batch of yoghurt, kefir, skyr, kombucha or butter and pop it into this perfectly sized flask. Leave it overnight so the cultures can work their magic and voila! 

Designed to be used with Mad Millie Greek Yoghurt, Coconut Yoghurt, Kefir, Skyr, Cultured Butter and Kombucha Kits.

• Electricity free • Stainless Steel

Quantity: 1 L capacity
Size: 13 cm x 13 cm x 20 cm


Make your own Skyr with the Mad Millie Skyr Kit and control what goes in it. Create a low fat or high fat keto friendly Skyr that is bursting with all the goodness of live cultures and no additives or artificial flavours. 


  •  1 L (1 US qt) Glass Jar
  • Metal Closure Lid
  • Thermometer
  • Muslin Cloth
  • Vegetarian Rennet Tablets 
  • 5 x Sachets of Dairy-Free Yoghurt Culture
  • How to Guide 

Skyr in Iceland is old news as it originated there nearly 1,000 years ago and has been a daily staple since. As with traditional yoghurt, it was discovered by accident with the milk was left outside and naturally fermented with cultures from the environment. Technially, Skyr is a soft cheese, however it's eaten more like a yoghurt and can be enjoyed both sweet and savoury, at breakfast, lunch or dinner! Made with the same cultures as yoghurt as well as the addition of rennet which helps give the firmer texture. 

In terms of texture, Skyr is thicker than Greek yoghurt and has slightly less acidic tang. Traditionally, if made well, it would be so thick and creamy it wouldn't fall off an upside-down spoon!  

Time: 30 minutes hands on time.

Quantity: Once made, you can get as resourceful as the Icelandic Vikings and re-culture your Skyr twice to make up to 7.5 kg or 15 batches!

Gluten Free - No Additives - Vegetarian - Live Cultures 

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