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Looking to get started making probiotic-rich yogurt at home? You can learn how to make homemade yogurt from our Cultures for Health team and other Real Food pros.
Different yogurt starters culture under different conditions. Mesophilic yogurt starters culture at 70-77° F. Thermophilic yogurt starters culture at 110° F. Heirloom yogurt starters are re-usable starters and can be used to culture batches of yogurt indefinitely with the proper care. Direct-set yogurt starters are single use starter cultures and can be used to culture one batch of yogurt.
When you make yogurt at home, you get to choose which ingredients go into the final product. We have a wide selection of expert advice articles, how-to videos, and recipes to help you along the way. Browse our expert advice below and remember... you can do this!
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Runny homemade yogurt? No need to fret, we'll teach you how to thicken your homemade yogurt in a few easy steps using a variety of thickeners and methods.
Learn how to easily culture non-dairy and alternative milks into delicious, creamy yogurt without a lot of additives.
Maintain a dairy mother culture for making non-dairy milk yogurt, so you’ll never have to purchase yogurt starter again!
Making non-dairy yogurt can be tricky. This vegan yogurt recipe uses pectin and calcium water for a truly vegan yogurt with a smooth, spoonable texture.
Homemade coconut milk can be used in cooking, baking, or for culturing into yogurt or kefir, too!
Learn to make thick and delicious hemp milk yogurt at home. This is a great alternative for vegans or those allergic to traditional forms of milk.
Learn to make delicious almond milk yogurt using homemade raw almond milk.
Delicious homemade hemp milk is a great base for all your non-dairy projects, including making yogurt!
This homemade soy milk recipe is easy to make. Homemade soy milk is additive- and preservative-free, so it’s great for culturing!
Making non-dairy coconut milk yogurt can be tricky. Try our recipe that uses gelatin to help thicken the yogurt.
Delightful and less expensive than making nut milks, this sunflower seed milk recipe works for anyone looking for a non-dairy milk.
Avoid additives and preservatives by making your own raw nut milk at home. Great for drinking or culturing.