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.

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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.
  • Non-GMO

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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.

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Great Vegan Culture

I tried making vegan yogurt from various recipes found online in the past. The results ranged from total failure to barely passable. I found the Cultures for Health mentioned on some vegan blogs and came here and read about it. I have now made 5 batches using this culture, the vegan yogurt recipe posted here and my own homemade soy milk. It has turned out perfectly every time.

I don’t use a yogurt maker, instead I use a proofer to ensure the temperature remains a constant 110F. If you like to make yogurt and bread from scratch frequently it is a worthwhile investment.

Thanks for a great product and recipe.

Works perfectly!

I make yogurt in my instant pot with organic, unsweetened soy milk and this culture. That’s it! No pectin, no agar. Just 15 hours on the yogurt setting and the yogurt is creamy and perfect and makes amazing raita.

Excellent cultures and foolproof with the right soy milk

I use Edensoy soy milk and the cultures to make yogurt in the Instant Pot. It's the only only that works.

Very good yogurt.

I bought this because I have lactose intolerance, and several other people have dairy allergies in my house. I made it with coconut milk and the recommended pectin. This starter makes the best yogurt ever. It was creamy, thick and very tasty. I definitely recommend it, and will buy it again.

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Works every time.