Non-Dairy Yoghurt Culture with Probiotics - 100 litres
Make 100 litres of Soy, Coconut or Almond YoghurtRated 5/5 based on 17 reviews.
Make great non-dairy yoghurt with this pure and natural culture. Making your own yoghurt with this culture is fun and easy. Remember non-dairy yoghurts do not thicken on their own but don't worry, we have the solution! Add Smooth Gel to your order to get beautiful, thick, creamy results!
Makes a wonderful, great-tasting, dairy-free yoghurt that is suitable for vegans. Beautiful flavour and texture, perfect for the whole family.
Costing just pennies per litre, this culture will save you heaps versus buying non-dairy yoghurt from the shops.
Live Probiotic Bacteria
This pure yoghurt and probiotic culture is guaranteed to be alive. As soon as you add it to your milk it starts to grow and multiply.
- Highly concentrated, with no fillers added, so each packet makes up to 100 litres of your favourite non-dairy yoghurt.
- This culture is suitable for vegans.
- Each sachet is supplied with two sterile jars to keep your culture safely in the freezer and allow you to easily pick up just a small amount on the end of a knife.
- Free from dairy, gluten, peanut, sesame, eggs, celery, mustard, fish or shellfish, sulphites, lupine, soy, and is GMO-Free.
Follow the below links to our recipes.
- Soy Yoghurt (Better results with the addition of Smooth Gel)
- Coconut Yoghurt (Requires Smooth Gel)
- Almond Yoghurt (Requires Smooth Gel)
Please Note: Most non-dairy yoghurts require a thickener of some kind. We recommend Smooth Gel as it does not require heat to work, which protects your culture.
Shelf Life of Cultures:
When stored correctly freeze-dried lactic cultures are typically viable long after any date on the pack.
How to make Coconut Yoghurt.
Make beautiful thick and creamy probiotic coconut yoghurt
How to store the culture and how much to use.
This system will help you get the best value out of our yoghurt, kefir and probiotic veggie cultures while helping protect the culture from moisture and contamination.
This culture has been specifically grown on a non-dairy & non-soy based growth medium, to be 100% Dairy & Soy Free.
It consists of specifically selected strains of:
- Streptococcus thermophilus
- Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus
- and the probiotics
- Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. lactis
- Lactobacillus acidophilus
Unfortunately, we can not exclude the presence of corn derivatives.
According to EU legislation (Regulation CE 1169/2011) corn is not mentioned on ANNEX II which concerns “SUBSTANCES OR PRODUCTS CAUSING ALLERGIES OR INTOLERANCES” that is why we do not mention the presence of corn in our list of allergens which is available in TDS.
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Tangy Yogurt Culture - veganBy: Glenda Vaughan on 19 March 2020Perfect. Best Coconut Yogurt I have tasted. I gave up trying to make Coconut yogurt a year or so ago, until I saw the clip on which coconut cream to use. So with the vegan culture (for this non dairy body of mine) I feel I have finally cracked the code.
wowBy: Batina Teale on 15 February 2020Made with coconut cream, tasty is superb. I still need to work on the texture.
Non dairy culture starterBy: Susan on 14 February 2020Product was as described in the youtube video, very small amounts of culture and slightly difficult to get 10%. I tried my first batch- fermented it for longer than 24hours as I didn't have a yogurt maker and my coconut yogurt was tangy and creamy.
Review Non-Dairy Yoghurt Culture with Probiotics -By: Mthobeli Ngcanga on 23 January 2020Great product!
Non-Dairy Yoghurt Culture with Probiotics - 100 liBy: Narelle Fransen on 26 November 2019Fabulous product. My husband has perfected his vegan coconut yoghurt with thanks to your product and your online teaching on "how to" tutorial. His yogurt is sensational and much cheaper than the horrible products sold in the supermarkets.
Fantastic Coconut YogurtBy: Chua on 18 November 2019This non dairy culture gave my coconut cream yogurt just the right amount of tang after a 24hrs incubation. I used agar agar to thicken my yogurt because I didn't want any starch in it and it worked out really well.
Beautiful nut yoghurtBy: Kate on 15 October 2019I've been making beautiful nut yoghurts with this culture. My favourite so far has been cashew yoghurt with 2 cups of soaked cashews for 1L of yoghurt. They're such soft nuts the milk doesn't need straining before incubation. Perfectly textured yoghurt with the smooth gel.
Superior Plant-based Yoghurt to Anything You can BBy: Marta Brysha on 18 September 2019Forget paying $$$$ for shop bought plant-based yoghurt that doesn't taste as you hope it would. With just a few grains of this culture and a litre of Bonsoy you can have thick, creamy, dreamy yoghurt without comparison. You don't need a fancy yoghurt maker either. Here's what I do: heat the Bonsoy to 40 deg C. Put it into an Easiyo container with a small amount of culture (I use just what I can pick up on the end of a steak knife). Fill the Easiyo thermos with boiled water to just below the red baffle. Wait 24 hours (if you're in Tassie, if you're in Kununurra it's usually done in 6 to 8 hours). I then add 4 tsp natvia and 1 tsp of vanilla paste. Perfection!
Non-Dairy Yoghurt cultureBy: Sue Eagleton on 8 July 2019All the products I have bought at Green Living have been great but what is even better is the customer service. I was having issues with my yoghurt making & Valerie & team came to the rescue, huge gratitude to all.
Best culture for making coconut yoghurtBy: June on 3 July 2019Having experimented with several brands and types of cultures in my pursuit of the perfect coconut milk yoghurt, this has given me the perfect result. I did attempt to try a newer product this year but we weren’t happy with the resulting flavour and texture of the yoghurt so I am back with this trusty culture. I get excellent results without thickeners. The only thing I add is 1 tablespoon of sugar per litre of coconut milk to feed the bacteria. Ordering from Greenliving is easy and I received my order within the week.
Best homemade yoghurtBy: Clay Beveridge on 17 June 2019I was using a culture from another supplier which was a lot more expensive than Green Living's culture but after purchasing a bad batch and not being happy with the customer service I looked for another supplier. I have been extremely happy with Green Living's product and am getting a really nice tasting and creamy yoghurt from their culture. Never had a failure yet and don't expect to as the product is just that good.
Review Non-Dairy Yoghurt Culture with Probiotics -By: Cheryl on 3 October 2018Would definitely recommend - The finished product (soy yoghurt) is absolutely delicious and is better than any brand that I've ever purchased. Was also really impressed with the service at Green Living Australia - very prompt and efficient thank you!
Worked great!By: Hannah on 26 September 2018I made soy yoghurt for the first time using this and an electric yoghurt maker, I did not add any thickeners just the soy milk, culture and sugar (for culture to eat). And it worked great :)
YogurtBy: Hazel Van Nek on 25 September 2018I made my first batch and I am very happy with it.
Excellent ProductBy: Angela Swan on 17 September 2018This non-dairy yoghurt culture is fantastic. You only need the tiniest amount to create a beautiful yoghurt. I have been using it with soya milk and it works perfectly. Make sure you sterilise everything and follow the directions. So quick and easy and the culture in the freezer lasts for ages, so very economical I highly recommend it.
Soy yoghurt.By: Heather H on 5 September 2018I used this culture with pleasing results - quick and easy fresh soy yoghurt.
Works so wellBy: Sarah on 20 July 2018I bought the yoghurt culture to make some soy based yoghurt. It was a little tricky to measure it out accurately (if it came with a tiny measurement spoon that would be awesome!) so I just sort of guessed, but it worked well! My yoghurt came out perfectly and tastes amazing. So happy to be able to make my own vegan yoghurt at home now! Plus, this culture will last ages as I can use the last batch of yoghurt for the next culture, so it's a great price too. Would definitely recommend for anyone wanting to make their own yoghurt at home.