Most of all I miss the true Bulgarian yogurt. Although one can find here lots of types of yogurt - stirred, set, live bio cultures, fruit, fruit and oats, low-fat, Greek-style, Turkish yogurt, etc, none of these is close to the Bulgarian in taste.
Most of the yogurts are creamy and stirred - different in appearances and consistency from the Bulgarian.
Some of them contain even salt - far from the mild taste of real Bulgarian yogurt.
But the worse thing is that none can quench your thirst as the real Bulgarian yogurt does.
So, I decided to try making my own yogurt, using the same techniques that my grand mother used. I chose organic milk and the result was really good, but still not like the original, still something was missing.
For the next time I should use wole milk and maybe add some double cream to it. I also plan to add extra lactobacillus bulgaricus to the milk for more authentic result.