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, live active bacteria (Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp bulgaricus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Streptococcus thermophilus).
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52 Members have left reviews!
Posted by Kelli from Memphis, Tennessee
This was great and helped save us money on dairy free yogurt for our son.
First Time a Flop
Posted by Natalie from SUMMERVILLE, South Carolina
Directions were easy, first time was a flop, but that could be because of the chef. Hopefully next batch turns out.
Successful First Batch
Posted by Sarah from NEW CASTLE, Colorado
I just made my first batch of homemade coconut milk yogurt with this starter, and it is a success for my whole family (which is unheard of)! I can taste the freshness of making this at home with no added sugars, and we all feel great after eating a serving of it.
Easy to use
Posted by Nicole from SEATTLE, Washington
I like to make our own dairy free yogurt, and using a starter like this makes it easier. Works every time!
Posted by Alison from Princeton, New Jersey
My first batch turned out to be more like silken tofu, but taking a teaspoon from that to make more yogurt works. I made it from home made soy milk.
This product has new packaging.
Posted by Jacqueline from BRIGHTON, Vermont
I love this product and have been using is for 2 years to make my own unsweetened soy yogurt. My yogurt comes out so thick and creamy. It always works for me, every time. I recommend this product to everyone who asks me. I love the new packaging because it is less wasteful.
Posted by Aleksandra from Midland, Texas
Perfect way to make your own coconut yogurt! Easy to use!
Yogurt Starter, my new adventure
Posted by Judy from TROY, Tennessee
Living in a rural community with a small grocery store limits my choices in yogurt. I'm one of those weird people who only likes vanilla plain yogurt, preferably Greek style. Most of the time I am unable to find the combo of Greek/vanilla or plain. Can't wait to make my first batch this week.
Posted by Doris from Cold Spring, New York
Absolutely love this yogurt starter. Just heat up some soy milk, add this in, and throw it in your yogurt maker. So easy and with a delicious result.
Posted by Christopher from BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania
This starter is incredible! I've made my own yogurt and it was delicious!