Vegan Yogurt Starter Culture
You can make real dairy-free yogurt at home! Use this culture with soy milk, coconut milk, and more to make a smooth, mild yogurt that's miles better than store-bought.
Each bag contains:
- 4 packets of starter culture.
Instructions for using this culture are included and may be found here.
- Cultures at 110º F using a yogurt maker or other appliance.
- This culture often requires a thickener to achieve a store-bought yogurt consistency.
- Direct-set (single-use) culture - each packet makes one batch of yogurt.
Shipping and Storage Information
- Our Vegan Yogurt Starter Culture is shipped in a barrier-sealed packet as a freeze-dried yogurt culture.
- Store in the refrigerator or freezer.
- Use by date on bag.
Vegan Yogurt Starter Culture Ingredients
- Rice maltodextrin, live active bacteria (Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp bulgaricus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Streptococcus thermophilus)
- This product contains no GMO ingredients.
Vegan Yogurt Starter Culture Allergen Information
- Manufactured in a facility that also produces products containing soy and dairy.
- May contain trace amounts of gluten: Barley source is used as a fermentation nutrient.
- May contain trace amounts of soy: Soybeans are used as a fermentation nutrient.
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What Our Customers Are Saying
This is a wonderful product. My yogurt actually solidified well, not like another product I have tried. It is very hard to find vegan cultures so this worked out great. Thanks for a wonderful product.
I have begun making my own “clean” soy yogurt with organic soy milk and Cultures for Health Vegan starter. I get perfect yogurt every time! It is easy and delicious!
Let me start off by saying that I have never attempted to make yogurt before and have bought non-dairy yogurt for years, as I can't have any dairy due to a severe casein allergy. This starter was amazing! I downloaded the free e-book, read the instructions carefully, and got to work. It worked great...and it was my first try at vegan yogurt!
Worked great! I made yogurt with coconut milk and it turned out great! Good texture and taste!
I had been struggling for several months learning to make soy yogurt using probiotic tablets or capsules. So when I found your website on the internet, it seemed to good to be true! Your prepackaged culture for vegan yogurt is a product that is VERY MUCH appreciated because, now, every yogurt batch turns out like it is suppose to! I continue to share your products with everyone that I have food conversations with! Thanks for your business !!!!
In my experiences, far and away superior to using vegan yogurts on the supermarket shelves as a starter. Question to Cultures for Health: when will you supply cultures for cultivating vegan cheeses? I’m all in if you do so 😘
I've been using this culture weekly for the past year to make delicious soy yogurt in my Instant Pot. I use a high protein soy milk like Westsoy (7 grams of protein) and it always thickens without adding pectin. Because I like my yogurt thick and tangy, I strain it in a greek yogurt maker for a few days. This yogurt tastes incredible.
I blend up cashews, almonds, pistachios, and a couple of Brazil nuts.
Getting just the right amount of water is the key to success.
About 3:1. Then warm to 110 degrees, add starter, and put in glass jar in and set aside in a warm dark place (inside stove with light on). 7-8 hours later. done.
Buy this all the time for coconut and soy yogurt. Remember to get pectin or agar powder if you want it thick- instructors and tips are on the cultures for health site. Fresh made is so much better and lacks the sugar often added to commercial yogurt. Just stir in extract to flavor before eating- I like almond. Great with fruit also.
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Pro Tip Corner
Nearly any non-dairy milk can be cultured, including legume, nut, seed, grain, or coconut milk. While store-bought boxed or canned milk may be used, we recommend using milk with as few additives as possible.How To Make Non-Dairy Yogurt