This direct-set yogurt starter can be used with non-dairy milks such as soy and rice milk. A blend of lactic acid bacteria specifically selected for use in making dairy-free yogurt, this direct-set vegan culture has a mild yogurt flavor with a smooth texture and slightly weak viscosity.
What You'll Need:
- 1 packet of starter culture (store extras in the freezer). Each box contains 4 packets.
- Alternative milk
- Culturing container (glass or plastic)
- Yogurt maker or similar appliance that holds at 105°-112°F
About This Brand
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...
Rice Maltodextrin, Lactic Bacteria (S. Thermophilus, L. Acidophilus, L. Casei, L. Delbrueckii Subsp. Bulgaricus, L. Rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium Bifidum)
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Manufactured in a facility that processes products containing soy and dairy.
108 Members have left reviews!
Posted by Elizabeth from Fayetteville, Pennsylvania
I made this with oat milk and it turned out very well. I will probably do 6hrs instead of 8hrs to have a more mild flavor. Also very thin, so I will add pectin as recommend for next batch.
Posted by Sheri from DANVILLE, California
Posted by Karen from Plantation, Florida
I used this to make my own dairy free yogurt on a regular basis and I recommend them
Giving it a try
Posted by Anonymous from Marina del Rey, California
I’ve used this to make dairy yogurt successfully. Now that I’m on AIP going to try the coconut!
Posted by Valerie from Hampton, Virginia
I'm still getting the hang of making vegan yogurt, but so far, I've had the closest thing to success with this brand of starter, so I call that a win.
Fantastic Yogurt Culture
Posted by Saray from Newark, Ohio
I am going to make some today ! Yummy!
Posted by caputo, from Ocoee, Florida
It’s the wrong type of yogurt starter to use in yogurt makers
Posted by Candy from Lansdale, Pennsylvania
Sad this didn’t work out.
Easy to use
Posted by Mackenzie from DENVER, Colorado
Love this! I made coconut yogurt and it turned out really well.
Posted by Mari from Clarklake, Michigan
I have tried it with soy milk and canned coconut milk. Works nicely as long as you follow the directions to a T.