Piima Yogurt Starter Culture

$10.99
Piimä, a Scandinavian yogurt variety, is very thin and drinkable with a mild flavor. Culture it with cream instead of milk to make a tasty sour cream-like topping.
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Each bag contains:

  • 2 packets of Piima yogurt starter culture

Instructions for using this culture are included and may be found here.

Shipping and Storage Information:

  • Our Piima yogurt starter cultures are shipped in barrier-sealed packets as freeze-dried yogurt cultures. 
  • Refrigeration recommended.
  • Use by date on bag.

Piima Yogurt Starter Cultures Ingredients

  • Organic milk, live active cultures.
  • This product contains no GMO ingredients.

Piima Yogurt Starter Cultures Allergen Information

 Manufactured in a facility that also produces products containing soy and dairy.

  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten-free


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Full of gut-healthy probiotics

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Makes endless batches of yogurt - saving you money!

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Makes endless batches of yogurt - saving you money!





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Pro Tip Corner

While there are a handful of yogurt starters that do need a yogurt maker, our Heirloom Starter Culture Variety pack contains four yogurt starters that you can culture right on your counter top at room temperature.

How to Make Heirloom Yogurt


Customer Reviews

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Pilma yogurt

Live this yogurt starter. So easy to make! I have fresh yogurt everyday.

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A.M.
Took a While to Get Going

This was my first culture from Cultures for Health, so there was definitely a learning curve. I followed the instructions on the packet, but the first culture went rancid before I could detect any indication of fermentation or tanginess of any sort happening. With the remaining packet, I left it out on the counter for 12 hours or so, but then moved it to the fridge even thought it didn't seem "ready". About an additional day in the fridge finally did the trick for me of starting a happy culture. I have been culturing piima now for a few months with no issues and use it for regular and coconut milk. It is a very loose yoghurt that is ideal for smoothies and bowls (makes a perfect smoothie without needing to add any more liquid to it). It has a clean taste. It also makes fantastic sour cream if you culture heavy cream with it. I find that my culture typically really doesn't set until it spends some time in the fridge no matter how long it stays at room temperature, so I recommend giving it time and checking on it later if you think it didn't work. It's what I was looking for it yoghurt, so I am giving it five stars despite its rocky start.

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Refreshing

This culture makes when using fat-reduced milk a refreshing drink.