Now you can stop paying upsell prices for tempeh at the grocery store and make your own at home. It’s easy with Cultures for Health Tempeh Starter Culture. Each case of 8 helps kickstart the fermentation process to produce this tasty soybean cake that’s a convenient vegan swap for meat in almost any recipe, and delivers protein and vitamin B12. Here's what you'll need to make...
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Cultures for Health
Many of us have heard the term “probiotic,” and these days, more and more people are taking a probiotic supplement daily. But Cultures for Health is taking things a step further with an entire line of products that take advantage of the many health benefits of probiotics. With hundreds of yogurt starters, kombucha kits, sourdough starters, and more to choose from, the brand enables consumers to...
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Serving Size: 3g
Servings Per Container:4
Amount per serving
% daily value
Manufactured in a facility that processes products containing dairy and soy.
15 Members have left reviews!
Posted by Jaz from San Lorenzo, California
Love this product !
Posted by Sung from FULLERTON, California
Instructions are easy to follow and makes great tempeh every time. I love using chickpea and sunflower seeds.
Didn’t use yet
Posted by Linda from Willoughby, Ohio
I’ll let u know when I use it how it works.
Tempeh Starter Culture
Posted by Shelby from GARDINER, Montana
Easy to make- Will buy again
Wish there were more
Posted by Jessica from TYBEE ISLAND, Georgia
I make lots of tempeh, just wish there were more or even bulk.
First time making tempeh - huge success
Posted by Krysta from Salt Lake City, Utah
This was my first go at making Tempeh at home and we all loved it! Great directions, easy, one packet makes enough for several meals.
Countains the mould
Posted by Alison from Princeton, New Jersey
All I can say is that there definitely is something in there that has the potential to grow. For me it hasn't worked yet because I couldn't keep the temperature stable or because the beans were too wet. Will try again.
No me sale la textura
Posted by Nicole from Naples, Florida
Lo he intentado dos veces y no consigo la textura deseada, no se en que fallo
Posted by Alexandra from GREEN BAY, Wisconsin
I eat tempeh almost daily so it's really cost efficient to make it at home! I plan on trying some other beans (I've only used soy thus far) and see how it works!
It’s a start
Posted by Cheryl from STERLING HEIGHTS, Michigan
Took a bit more work than expected, but the Tate was okay.