Vegan Yogurt Starter814598020384This 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
- Non-aluminum mixing utensil (stainless steel is OK)
Instructions for Making Yogurt
1. Heat 1-2 quarts of alternative milk to 110°F.
2. Add 1 packet of yogurt starter; mix thoroughly.
3. Pour the alternative milk into the culturing container.
4. Cover and culture at 108°-110°F for approximately 6-8 hours in a yogurt maker or similar appliance.
5. Once it has set, or after 8 hours, place a tight lid on the container and let it cool for 2 hours at room temperature
6. Refrigerate for at least 6 hours before eating. Your yogurt may not thicken. If a thickening
Instructions for using this culture are included1 count
useful - by ShubhangiI could use the packets and coconut yogurt turned out pretty good, so did oat milk yougurt.
Always keep some on hand - by Melissa BlakeI really like having the availability to make my own yogurt.
Super Easy! - by ChristineCultures for Health, Vegan Yogurt Starter
Okay - by NicoleThis didn’t work for me. Didn’t set and was very thin.
didn't work so well for me - by GretchenI didn't get this to work very well for me