Tempeh Starter Culture
Make rich, nutty tempeh in the traditional Indonesian way! A great source of protein and vitamin B-12, this culture is made with non-GMO soy.
Each bag contains:
- 4 packets of starter culture.
Instructions for using this culture are included and may be found here.
- Tempeh is fermented at 88°F (31ºC), the normal outdoor temperature in Indonesia.
- Manufactured in Belgium.
- This traditional food often replaces meat in dishes and can be sliced, marinated, or seasoned as desired.
Shipping and Storage Information
- This starter is dehydrated and shipped in a barrier-sealed packet.
- Refrigeration recommended
- Use by date on bag.
Tempeh Starter Culture Ingredients
- Rice, Soy beans, Rhizopus Oryzae Culture.
- Does not contain MSG or preservatives.
- This product contains no GMO ingredients.
Tempeh Starter Culture Allergen Information:
- Packaged in a facility that produces products containing soy and dairy.
What Our Customers Are Saying
And I’m finally making a batch from soybeans after batches of pinto beans, red kidney beans, black beans + lentils, green lentils, … I have summarized my experience and lessons learned in this post: https://leisureguy.wordpress.com/2019/08/29/i-definitely-am-going-to-make-my-own-tempeh/
Made great tempeh. This was my first time making it so I was nervous but the directions were clear and easy. My temper tasted better than store bought. It is worth the time and effort. I will not go back to store bought. If you eat temper on a regular basis this starter is the way to go.
Tempeh Starter Culture
Cost is outrageous. Shipping cost could be reduced by a less complicated packaging. Sill not readily available in most places in Canada,. both finished tempeh and the starter. The process worked perfectly. The tempeh cakes appeared like magic. I improved on the process considerably.
This is the 2nd time I have made Tempeh with the starter. Aside from the tedious task of hulling the soy beans, this was much easier than I expected. The Tempeh came out great. I only had to monitor it for a little while until it self heated. The Tempeh tasted much better than anything I have bought from the health food stores. I was surprised how great it tasted - even raw.