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Yogurt Starter
Real Yogurt
You Make at Home
Real savings
Yogurt costs less than 20 cents per serving to make at home, plus you know what's in it.
More live probiotics
Homemade yogurt probiotic cultures are truly live, active, and thriving - not sitting on a store shelf.
Culture on your schedule
Make yogurt weekly with our heirloom cultures or whenever you want with our direct-set starters.
A world of choice
Tart or mild, milk or dairy-free, Greek or Bulgarian: explore the world in our 11 cultures.
Starter Cultures & Kits
  • 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.
    • Makes up to 8 gallons of dairy-free probiotic yogurt
    • Direct-set single use culture: make yogurt when you want it
    • Contains 4 packets of starter culture and instructions
    $9.99

    Vegan Yogurt Starter Culture

    Ingredients

    • Rice maltodextrin, live active bacteria.

    Allergen Information

    • Manufactured in a facility that also processes 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

    Vegan Yogurt Starter Culture

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    • Soy milk, coconut milk, cashew milk, or other dairy-free milk
    • Yogurt maker or other incubating appliance
    • Thickening agent like pectin (optional)

    Vegan Yogurt Starter Culture

    Reviews

    "Excellent"

    I made yogurt using Silk soy milk light (plain) and the yogurt turned out excellent. I added 1 tsp of agar powder before adding starter. The yogurt turned out excellent and much better than the soy yogurt I had been buying from the health food store.

    - Laura

    "Great"

    This is really easy to use and comes with very detailed instructions. I made coconut milk yogurt and it came out perfect!

    - Alyssa

    "Excellent!"

    Excellent product. I use it to make coconut yougurt and it gives me great results everyone loves the coconut yougurt I make! The price of the product is great and the shipping in timely.

    - Chachi

    "Got it right on the first try!"

    This made creamy, tart, excellent almond milk yogurt, probably not as good as dairy, but I can't have milk products. I used a Euro Cuisine maker,made 'milk' in a blender: 2 1/2 cups Bob's almond meal/'flour' with some water blended on medium for 5 minutes, then added 4 tsp. sugar and one serving rice protein powder (for thickener) and mixed well.Added water to get total of 42 oz. Heated all that touches yogurt in hot water to 'sterilize'. Then heated 'milk', added around 1/4 cup to one jar and whisked in Cultures for Health vegan starter. Took out after 9 hr and 40 min. Then refrigerated overnight. 10 gm protein/serving! Commercial almond milk would be less protein because it is only one gram of protein per cup. Plus it has additives that change the taste. For those allergic to dairy, as I am: the casei in yogurts is not a dairy product-took me a long time to figure that out!

    - paige

    "Great Soy Yogurt!"

    Thank you! I went vegan a little over a year ago. The hardest part was giving up dairy yogurt -- I had existed on at least a carton a day of Dannon Coffee Yogurt for 40 years! I tried commercial non-dairy yogurts and was just getting to think that one particular soy version was OK, when they stopped making it. It has been unavailable in our area for several months now. Totally frustrated, I ordered some of your vegan yogurt starter and dug out a yogurt maker I hadn't used for several years. I also bought a Euro Cuisine Greek yogurt strainer. Well, it is awesome! I use Edensoy Unsweetened Soy Milk with some extra soy milk powder (1/2 cup per quart of the milk) and the starter. I can use the unsweetened yogurt for cooking, or sweeten it a little for eating. I can even make my own coffee yogurt :-) No more megadoses of sugar, additives, etc., no more rubbery or chalky-tasting yogurt, and no more frustration at the empty soy yogurt shelves at the grocery store!

    - Nancy

    "A+"

    It is difficult to find Soy Yogurt ,plain without fruit or sugar. Then I found you and your starter. My Soy Milk and your starter have made my Vegan menu complete. I add the culture and use oven method for 8 hours and out comes deliscious and tangy yogurt; better than any I could find,( when I could find it!!!!)

    - MADEL

  • Vegan Yogurt Starter Kit

    Designed for beginners, this kit contains our tried-and-true favorite supplies to help you make thick dairy-free yogurt at home with soy milk, coconut milk, and more.
    • Makes up to 8 quarts (32 cups) of dairy-free yogurt
    • Direct-set single use culture: make yogurt when you want
    • Contains Vegan Yogurt Starter Culture, Pomona's Pectin, a thermometer, our organic cotton nut milk bag, and instructions.
    $25.99

    Vegan Yogurt Starter Kit

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    • Soy milk, coconut milk, cashew milk, or other dairy-free milk (or make it yourself with our nut milk bag)
    • Yogurt maker or other incubating appliance

    Vegan Yogurt Starter Kit

    Reviews

    "Great Yogurt Kit"

    First time using the Vegan yogurt starter and my yogurt maker; and neither let me down. The yogurt similar in texture to tapioca; but I like tapioca. It (cashew milk) set solid and I used a little more calcium water than instructed and I let it cook for 12 hours not 8-10. I flavored it with dried cranberries once and whole canned cranberries the second time. Making my own yogurt is half as expensive and the store bought is 45min away. I am lactose intolerant so this kit lets me have one of my favorite foods again. I recommend this to anyone who loves yogurt the Vegan style.

    - Darcy

  • Greek Yogurt Starter Culture

    Tangy and thick, the Greek yogurt you'll make at home with this culture is just like you buy in the store. Our most popular choice.
    • Makes batch after batch of real Greek yogurt
    • Heirloom culture: make a batch every week indefinitely
    • Contains 2 packets of starter culture and instructions
    $13.99

    Greek Yogurt Starter Culture

    Ingredients

    • Organic milk, live active cultures.

    Allergen Information

    • Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing soy and dairy.
    • Gluten-free
    • Non-GMO

    Greek Yogurt Starter Culture

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    Greek Yogurt Starter Culture

    Reviews

    "Love it!"

    I bought and started using the Greek starter in January. The first little batch was thin and needed straining, but the other batches I have made have been wonderful. Sometimes I strain them for a thicker "greek-style" yogurt, sometimes not - great either way. Perfect with berries.

    - Kathy

    "Excellent yogurt starter that fits my method of yogurt making"

    I always strain my yogurt, extracting a volume of whey equal to the volume of strained yogurt. From half gallon of pasteurized, organic, whole milk I get a quart of thick yogurt. So I cannot comment on the thickness of unstrained yogurt made with this starter. I know that for my method, using a Yogurmet yogurt maker and cheesecloth for straining, it is perfect. I save out starter from my new batch and use it for the next batch (about 1/3 cup to culture the half gallon of milk). The flavor and effectiveness are still there after the 5 batches that I have made so far. This is a big money saver in the long run. I only wish that, with so many different yogurt starters available from Cultures for Health you would make it more obvious from the package which cultures can be reused, like this one, and which are one-time cultures.

    - Toni

    "A great value for tasty, mild homemade yogurt."

    I bought this culture a few months back and really like the quality. I read the instructions and followed them for refreshing the culture. At first, it looked like the culture would fail, but after having it fully refreshed (the longest incubating time was 7 hours for 1 quart of milk for the refreshing period), I have incubated many times with great results. I normally use regular whole milk or 2% and heat it to 180 degrees and hold it there for 5 minutes and chill it in an ice bath to get it down to incubating temperature faster. I use an older yogourmet incubater and incubate for roughly 4.5 hours each time and the result is a firmer (NOT like store bought firm, but firm enough that on a spoon it holds shape and the impression in the yogurt remains). I save some in a mason jar for starter culture for the next batch and strain the rest further for wonderfully thick Greek yogurt. I use it for recipes like homemade frozen yogurt, smoothies, and dessert toppings. Very mild taste that my children prefer over store bought. To make a great mild tasting vanilla flavor, I use 1/4 c. agave, 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract and mix with whisk in 4 cups of yogurt. For a sweeter version of vanilla and for freezing I increase the agave to almost 1/2 cup, but that is more like store bought frozen yogurt sweetness. I prefer this culture over the sachets from the health food store for yogurt culturing. This by far is a better deal. It lasts months and I still have the back up culture in my fridge. (So about 5 months of using it and it still works wonderfully).

    - amanda

    "Never disappointed!"

    I make this yogurt with organic 2% milk and 1/3 cup of powdered non-fat dry milk. It is mild...unless I forget about it and it incubates too long, in which case it is still edible, just a bit tart. I sometimes strain it for thicker yogurt if the family is patient. We eat it primarily in smoothies but also with fruit and homemade granola. It doesn't last long! I have two yogurt makers and make batches every week! Also, the live culture stands up well to multiple uses. Very hardy strains! Re-buying because someone ate my culture...

    - Officemaven

    "Love the taste and texture. Nice and firm. No problems with set up the first time. I use whole milk sweeten with honey or eat plain. My digestive tract thanks you."

    See above. Excellent.

    - Just retired

    "Yippie Best Yogurt Ever"

    Thank you so much for providing a wonderful wholesome product. I will never buy yogurt again! Easy. Great taste. I make 2 quarts of Greek yogurt in a Cuisine yogurt maker, draining in the Cuisine Greek yogurt stainer in the refrigerator, overnight, every week. This culture provided a great start for us.

    - QueenoftheRanch

  • Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture

    Thick, rich, and mild, the yogurt you'll make with this culture will remind you of a European vacation. Save a spoonful from each batch to make more yogurt.
    • Makes batch after batch of our thickest yogurt
    • Heirloom culture: make a batch every week indefinitely
    • Contains 2 packets of starter culture and instructions
    $13.99

    Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture

    Ingredients

    • Organic milk, live active cultures.

    Allergen Information

    • Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing soy and dairy.
    • Gluten-free
    • Non-GMO

    Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    Bulgarian Yogurt Starter Culture

    Reviews

    "Awesome Yogurt"

    I love this yogurt starter. My yogurt turned out so good, just like back home in Bulgaria. I can't believe I am making my own yogurt, always wanted to, and finally tried it. First try didn't work because the temperature was way too hot, but customer service rep. was so helpful tried it again with the second half of the starter kit and voila. Awesome thick creamy yogurt

    - Mama_Z

    "Happy camper!"

    This was my first attempt at making yogurt. The price is great for making unlimited batches of yogurt, they also include an extra starter just in case. I used the Euro cuisine and filled 2 1/2 jars with the starter culture. It took 10 hours for the yogurt to set up (so make sure you hang in there!), however the next batch i made only took about 6. I'm very happy with this and can't wait to make more.

    - Laura

    "Like every other Cultures for Health product-this wonderful!"

    Great product with over-the-top explaination of use, yet understandable to the lay person. The culture worked perfectly (even though I had my dehydrator set too high initially) and set up very nicely. I like the consistency of the yogurt better than using storebought as a starter & perpetuating the mother culture each week is not difficult. I make raw milk yogurt only heating to 110 degrees & have to strain to thicken it, but it's smooth, creamy & full or probiotics!

    - Beth

    "Good quality culture."

    After the initial activation step, I've been re-culturing the starter for about 2 years now. I still have the second half of the original starter that i bought though I'm not too sure if that's still good. In the beginning I was somewhat skeptical regarding how long the re-culturing process would last but 2 years later and it's still going strong. I usually make 2 quarts every 4-5 days using skim milk. While its true that whole milk and 2% make a thicker/creamier yogurt. To get thick yogurt using skim milk: 1)Stir in 1 Tbls of gelatin prior to initial heating. Make sure it is thoroughly dissolved. **i set aside about 6 oz WITH OUT gelatin which i culture separately in a small jar. this is what i use as my starter next time** 2)Cool and incubate as you normally would. 3)After 6 hours (that;s how long its always taken me @ 110F) stir in sweetener/flavoring. 4)Since skim milk lacks fat, after mixing the yogurt looks slightly grainy and not fully emulsified. I use a Immersion blender to completely homogenize the yogurt which also fully mixes the sweetener. 5)It will look runny but it fully firms up in the fridge with the aid of the gelatin. I've never once run into a problem with this method. The addition of the gelatin doesn't make it into solid jello mass but simply helps it re-coagulate. You don't taste the gelatin either. I normally don't write review and certainly not ones as long and wordy as this one has turned out to be. But i felt that 2 years of successfully culturing my own yogurt from that first initial activation was worthy of a good review.

    - Orwell

    "love this starter"

    After many attempts to get this yogurt right, I finally made the perfect yogurt. I went through 8 to 10 litres of whole pasturized organic milk, but found the fat would float to the top and the yogurt beneath was very grainy. I couldn't understand why it was not the smooth creamy yogurt described on the website. Then I decided to try HOMOGENIZED whole pasturized organic milk and it worked! I am now making beautiful smooth creamy white yogurt! The girls on the chat line where so kind and helpful, but I think stumped as to why my yogurt was turning out the way I was describing. So I hope that anyone out there who is having the same difficulties doesn't give up, give homogenized milk a try. This starter makes delicious yogurt!

    - Simone

    "The product is great."

    The Bulgarian started worked perfectly on my first try, though it did take about 12 hours to set the first time. I'm now enjoying very tasteful, mild yogurt. Normally the yogurt is set in 6 hours using the Euro Cuisine yogurt maker. Can't imagine going back to the store-bought product.

    - Ruth

  • Mild Flavor Yogurt Starter Culture

    Get all the probiotic benefits of yogurt without the tart flavor with this creamy, mild, starter culture. Each single-use packet makes 1-2 quarts of our most kid-friendly yogurt.
    • Makes up to 8 gallons of creamy, mild yogurt
    • Direct-set single use culture: make yogurt when you want
    • Contains 4 packets of starter culture and instructions
    $8.99

    Mild Flavor Yogurt Starter Culture

    Ingredients

    • Lactose, live active cultures.

    Allergen Information

    • Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing soy and dairy.
    • Gluten-free
    • Non-GMO

    Mild Flavor Yogurt Starter Culture

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    Mild Flavor Yogurt Starter Culture

    Reviews

    "Excellent Yogurt Starter"

    I made yogurt with this starter and it is the best yogurt I have ever made. If you like Stonyfield, you should use this starter. It was excellent

    - Theresa

    "Light and Delicious"

    This yogurt is light, delicious and yes, it tastes like the YoBaby from Stonyfield which my kids love. I am making a raw yogurt with this and it comes out great. Thank you!

    - Ester

    "The perfect yogurt"

    We love this starter. It makes a very mild yogurt that my six year old eats without any sweetener.

    - Huck

    "Mild and Creamy"

    I have looked for a yogurt like I get in Paris. This one is so close. I make with 34 oz. whole milk and 8 oz. of heavy cream (1/8 tsp. starter) and incubate for 7 hours. When done, add strawberry jam to taste. It is extremely close to what I get in Paris. So delicious!!!

    - Kayman

    "Delicious"

    Well as I continue my journey to optimal health and weight loss I have to add another delicious delight to my list of excellent products purchased from this site. Mild Yogurt. OMG this was so delicious!!! I have to find out which heirloom variety tastes the most similar. Thanks again for this delicious treat!!!

    - tiger

    "Terrific Mild Flavored Yogurt"

    The mild flavor yogurt culture is awesome! I couldn't be happier with the way it turns out with never a disappointment. I let it incubate for about 6 to 7 hours and can alway be sure of a wonderful consistency. This make fabulous greek yogurt although I might let it drain a bit longer than necessary but the final product is great. I have become very popular with my neighbor and dear friends that I share this special treat. Because I live so far away from any store, I use nonfat dry milk and add a half cup of heavy cream to a gallon and a half of reconstituted milk. I don't want too much cream because of being conscious of my weight as well as my dog who also enjoys the yogurt. The vet said it is good for his digestion. Anyway, along with other reviewers, thank you so much for having this variety available. I enjoy the other yogurt cultures and use them for the liquid in bran muffins, but for a great treat, the mild yogurt flavor is my favorite.

    - Gina

  • Traditional Flavor Yogurt Starter Culture

    Make pleasantly tangy yogurt that tastes just like yogurt should. Each single-use packet makes 1-2 quarts. A great choice for beginners.
    • Makes up to 8 gallons of pleasantly tangy yogurt
    • Direct-set single use culture: make yogurt when you want
    • Contains 4 packets of starter culture and instructions
    $8.99

    Traditional Flavor Yogurt Starter Culture

    Ingredients

    • Lactose, live active cultures.

    Allergen Information

    • Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing soy and dairy.
    • May contain trace amounts of gluten: Barley source is used as a fermentation nutrient.
    • Non-GMO

    Traditional Flavor Yogurt Starter Culture

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    Traditional Flavor Yogurt Starter Culture

    Reviews

    "excellent!"

    this is easy to use, and is great tasing! Good results following directions!

    - Steffie

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    We've tried all of the different starters on this site, but our favorite is this traditional flavor one. So easy to use, and it tastes wonderful.

    - Sarah

    "Great yogurt starter"

    We make 2 quarts at a time in a Yogourmet yogurt maker, using a long ferment (12-15 hours). We switched from using Yogourmet starter to this Traditional Flavor Yogurt Starter. It produces a more firm yogurt and there is less separation of the whey. The taste is delicious.

    - Maggie

    "A novice's best success yet"

    I'm fairly new to the yogurt making, and it scared me a bit... Taste of this culture wasn't-the-same-as-but-reminded-me-of the Brown Cow unsweetened yogurt... This is the first batch of yogurt I felt safe eating instead of just baking with it. Best smell, texture, and flavor of my attempts so far. I was really happy to find this nothing but culture starter (no maltodextrin) that I can use with my favorite un-homogenized, grass-fed milk. I only used 1/2 packet for a quart of milk, and since this comes with 8 packets (and I can save my yogurt to make a few back-to-back batches without opening more packets), this culture will last me for a long time. Totally worth it, and I am excited to try out more of this company's cultures.

    - Charlo

    "Totally Satisfied!!"

    This starter did just what it said! My first batch turned out perfectly, as did the second! The taste isn't as tart as I expected, but I think I can let it incubate a bit longer to get more tartness. My first batch I set the timer for 8 hours but the yogurt was well set at 7, so I stopped the incubation. The consistency is so smooth - MUCH better than when I was using yogurt itself as the starter. I use a Euro Cuisine Yogurt maker, but I use 8 oz freezer cups instead of the 6 oz glass jars, and it turns out perfect every time!! Looking forward to trying other Cultures for Health starters! Thanks for a GREAT experience!

    - navywifearmymom

    "Very happy with this starter"

    After failure after failure trying to make almond milk yogurt with the vegan starter I gave up !That went on for over a year... so I said the heck with it & decided to try cows milk yogurt using the starter that came with my yogurt maker.. success!!!! Since I ran out of the starter that came with my yogurt maker I thought I would try your regular starter & began with this one. It came out fantastic- it is taking much restraint to only have one serving a day. I do add about 5 TBSP of powdered milk per quart, and the results are perfect- thick and creamy. I use low temp pasteurized low fat cows milk. I may just experiment with some coconut milk since I have a few cans on hand. I love this yogurt so much I purchased the extra layer for the Cuisine machine and the 8 extra jars so I will never find myself without yogurt !

    - kate

  • Heirloom Yogurt Starter Cultures

    Our 4 carefully collected Scandinavian yogurt strains culture right on your countertop, easy as adding milk. Sample rich, custard-like Filmjölk; drinkable Piimä; mild, creamy Viili; and honey-scented Matsoni.
    • Makes batch after batch of 4 unique varieties of yogurt
    • Heirloom cultures: make a batch every week indefinitely
    • Contains 8 packets: 2 packets each of all 4 yogurt strains, and instructions
    $19.99

    Heirloom Yogurt Starter Cultures

    Ingredients

    • Organic milk, live active cultures.

    Allergen Information

    • Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing soy and dairy.
    • Gluten-free
    • Non-GMO

    Heirloom Yogurt Starter Cultures

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    • Whole milk
    • Glass jar or other culturing container

    Heirloom Yogurt Starter Cultures

    Reviews

    "Great culture!"

    More than enough starter packets to start and maintain. Thumbs up!

    - Tilin

    "Truly delighted with this purchase!"

    So far, have used every culture and they have all worked perfectly. Especially enjoy the Pima as I can make thick yogurt, sour cream or yogurt cheese that is smooth, tasty, thick and creamy by using half and half cream. So delicious and all are very easy to use. Directions included were also very easy to understand.

    - Kelly

    "Good value"

    I like the fact that you can keep making the yogurt over and over again, which saves money.

    - CJ

    "Viili "

    I'm really surprised so many people are having difficulty with this. I have only tried the Viili culture, but have used it multiple times now. I used pasteurized homogenized whole milk, nothing special, let it set for at least 24 hours and then put it in the frig. I then add Maple Syrup and I have a wonderful yogurt drink. It does never get solid, but its thick and creamy and wonderful as a drink. Very pleasant tasting.

    - Edith

    "A staple"

    We've had some Viili in the house since last Fall, and it's been terrific. It did take awhile for the starter to get going, but it's been strong and steady since then. It's a runnier yogurt that breaks up easily, but works terrific in smoothies and with granola/meusli, etc. Nice, mild taste. Takes about 24 hrs to ferment in a 72 degree house.

    - Shasta

    "LOVE IT "

    Made strawberry frozen yogurt w/Republic of George yogurt. It is absolutely delicious. Will try the other recipes. Only time I have made yogurt without heating milk...very easy.

    - Audrey

  • Kosher Yogurt Starter: Mild Flavor

    This direct-set, certified kosher starter culture makes thick, creamy, mild yogurt. Perfect for making big batches when you like - just freeze the remaining starter for later.
    • Makes up to 20 gallons of mild kosher yogurt
    • Direct-set single use culture: make yogurt when you want
    • Contains 1 1/4 teaspoon certified kosher starter culture
    $16.99

    Kosher Yogurt Starter: Mild Flavor

    Ingredients

    • Milk, live active cultures.

    Allergen Information

    • Product contains dairy.
    • Non-GMO

    Kosher Yogurt Starter: Mild Flavor

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    Kosher Yogurt Starter: Mild Flavor

    Reviews

    "PERFECT - Easy - Tasty"

    I purchased this product because it is kosher. I used 1/8 teaspoon to 4 cups Organic Whole Milk and my Dovier yogurt maker. I set the time for 9 hours. The taste is lovely. Not as strong as I thought it would be when I opened the lid. 1 teaspoon of honey is more than enough to sweeten perfectly! It came out a bit more 'liquidy' than the store bought I'm used to, but I will try 10 hours next time, and maybe draining for a couple hours. This is just a personal preference - not a reference to the product. Thanks for carrying a consumer size, reliably Kosher product!

    - Tammy

    "Love"

    This makes a delicious and addicting yogurt with lots of different active cultures. I strain it for a few hours (put the whey in everything!) and it becomes thck and lovely.

    - LK

    "Mild and THICK! Exactly what we wanted"

    I made certain I shook the yogurt culture up, I let it dissolve for 2 minutes and stirred for 2 minutes. I produced exactly the consistency and taste we wanted.

    - Rita

    "Excellent"

    It is thick and mild. Since I am just learning about yogurt, this was an excellent suggestion for my 2 quart yogurt maker. I would definitely recommend this product.

    - Picky

    "Love this starter"

    I've been making yogurt for years, typically 8-10 L once a week. I've haven't found another inoculate as consistent as this to make smooth creamy custard like yogurt.

    - Cowboy Bob

    "Quick, creamy and sweet"

    Very nice culture to make sweet and creamy yogurt. I always make a starter as my milk heats up so gives it a head start and the yogurt is always done in 4 hours for a 2 qt. batch.

    - Sj

  • Kosher Yogurt Starter: Traditional Flavor

    This direct-set, certified kosher starter culture makes traditionally tangy yogurt. Perfect for making big batches when you like - just freeze the remaining starter for later.
    • Makes up to 20 gallons of tart kosher yogurt
    • Direct-set single use culture: make yogurt when you want
    • Contains 1 1/4 teaspoon certified kosher starter culture
    $16.99

    Kosher Yogurt Starter: Traditional Flavor

    Ingredients

    • Milk, live active cultures.

    Allergen Information

    • Product contains dairy.
    • May contain trace amounts of gluten: Barley source is used as a fermentation nutrient.
    • Non-GMO

    Kosher Yogurt Starter: Traditional Flavor

    What You'll Need

    You’ll need these items from your pantry to make yogurt with this culture:

    Kosher Yogurt Starter: Traditional Flavor

    Reviews

    "Wonderfully Tangy"

    After using store-bought yogurt as a starter, I tried using Kosher style. It creates a tart, tangy and smooth taste.

    - Ed

    "Great taste and texture! "

    Great price. Texture was smooth and silky. I strain to make Greek style and it did great! Wonderful flavor. Definitely a keeper!

    - Kim

    "great value "

    I love the convenience and how many gallons it cultures, I just wish it was more tangy.

    - Theresa

    "very satisfied"

    yogurt came out perfect!! came out like real plain yogurt that you buy in the stores. highly recommend this product!

    - rachel

    "Delicious! "

    Simple to make, tasty, creamy, love it!

    - Angel

    "good product. Well pleased."

    good product. Well pleased. -Loo

    - lkw

Yogurt Makers
  • Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker

    Make homemade yogurt in individual serving containers with this easy to use yogurt maker.
    • Use it for: incubating single-serve jars
    $39.99

    Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker

    Reviews

    "Great yogurt machine!"

    I love this yogurt maker! I've tried other yogurt makers, sometimes the yogurt would set and other times it wouldn't. I've made yogurt several times with this machine and it's been perfect every time and my family loves it! I love that it's so easy to make, and I can have the piece of mind that they're getting the best! I also love the individual jars, they are the perfect size so there's never any waste, and it's easy to see when I need to start another batch!

    - lindisue

    "Great appliance!"

    I tested it several times and it does exactly what it says; doesn't heat the yogurt over 110. Great product and easy to use!

    - Mikki

    "Great machine"

    I found it at a thrift store, for $8, totally usued. Why they got rid of it I'll never know, but I'm happy. Perfect yogurt in 8 hours!

    - DaleZy

    "perfect"

    I am diabetic so I use Half and Half, with no sugar. Use ball mason 2 cup jars fit the cuisine machine perfectly. I use 2 and it makes the best yogurt. I put 6 tablespoons of plain store bought yogurt in the h & h and shake it cold in the quart of h & h,pour it in the 2 cup mason jars and put it for 13 hours in the 110 degree cuisine yogurt maker and I have the best yogurt. I don't have to make greek out of it because it is creamy. I do not heat it to 200 degrees, I just put it in cold. I tried goats,almond,etc and this turns out the best. Try it you'll love it.

    - Mollie

    "Reminder: turn on the Yogurt-maker!"

    Well, I was delighted and excited when I got the yogurt-maker! I decided to try Dark Chocolate Almond milk first. I heated, added the agar, stirred then added the culture. Poured into the jars and placed them into the maker. Then went to bed. When I got up, the stuff was still liquid...then I realized I never turned on the switch! The second batch was soy milk and well *two thumbs up* from then on!

    - Donna

    "Exactly as it should be "

    Works well....love the size of the jars......

    - Lee

  • Euro Cuisine 2 Quart Yogurt Maker

    Make up to two quarts of homemade yogurt at one time.
    • Use it for: making up to 2 quarts of yogurt at once
    $59.99

    Euro Cuisine 2 Quart Yogurt Maker

    Reviews

    "wonderful"

    I have the old one quart version by this company, still going strong for ten years of making yougurt. the 2 quart is more practical. really makes yougurt easy, just a quick kitchen chore. worth the money.

    - jkm

    "Very handy piece of equipment."

    I'm really enjoying this yogurt maker, it does exactly what it supposed to without a great deal of mess or fuss. I like that it is just a 2qt piece rather than several small jars, but I dislike washing dishes so it is more of a preference thing! Best of all is it doesn't take up a lot of counter space and is easily hidden out of site when not in use.

    - Brandi

    "love it"

    Yoghurt is perfect every time

    - sisa

    "Really nice machine"

    I was really impressed with the simplicity. It works just as well as the little jars with much less clean up. There isn't a timer but I have thus far done all right without one.I like being able to make larger batches of yogurt.

    - Bill

    "Love the yogurt maker!"

    I have used it twice and love it!

    - Cindy

    "Great for Natto"

    Recently acquired a taste for natto and wanted to make my own. I knew I could use a yogurt maker to incubate the batch so I set out to find reviews for different brands and models. This model specifically came out with fantastic reviews and for good reason: It is PERFECT for natto. I've already made 3 batches with it and it came out perfect each time: sticky, stinky and DELICIOUS lol. Comes with a thermometer and a cotton cheesecloth which is fantastic because it saves you a trip to the store. The cheesecloth especially was a great surprise because I needed one and then when I opened the box, there it was! Yeah, great yogurt maker, can't go wrong! CFH Note~ Be sure to test the temperature of your yogurt maker first. Some yogurt makers may run a little warm for Natto.

    - Christian

  • Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker with Timer

    Easy to use yogurt maker with individual yogurt containers and a timer.
    • Use it for: timing your batches of homemade yogurt
    $49.99

    Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker with Timer

    Reviews

    "Nice"

    I have used this for about 5 batches of yogurt so far & have no complaints. One suggestion, would be nice if it had a small knob or handle on the top of the cover to facilitate lifting the cover. I would recommend this to anyone.

    - Cindy

    "Makes it easy"

    This yogurt maker makes it easy to make homemade yogurt. I'm happy it has glass jars, and they are just the right size for me. Just set the timer and forget it. Great item.

    - MM

    "works"

    wife loves this = 1st batch was great!

    - thornsteel

    "great product"

    I wish it held more containers for the yogurt, but other than that, just great!! Response from CFH: There is a top tier http://www.culturesforhealth.com/top-tier-for-euro-cuisine-yogurt-maker.html for both the YM80 http://www.culturesforhealth.com/euro-cuisine-yogurt-maker.html and the YM100 http://www.culturesforhealth.com/euro-cuisine-yogurt-maker-timer-ym100.html. Hope that might be helpful!

    - justine

    "Excellent product, easy to use"

    This unit has made greek yogurt affordable to me. I love the jars instead of a big tub like unit. I make my own Kimchee, sauerkraut, and now yogurt. YEA.

    - Wayne

    "Great product"

    I had never made yogurt before last weekend. I have now made two batches and it was very easy and I am very happy with the results.

    - DM

  • Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator

    Make homemade yogurt without electricity. 2-quart capacity.
    • Use it for: an easy-to-clean, simple yogurt maker
    $39.95

    Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator

    Reviews

    "Worked Wonderfully"

    I used my Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator to make 2 quarts of yogurt from raw goats milk. It worked beautifully! I did heat a quart of water to boiling, put that into a covered mason jar and set mason jar inside of the Yogotherm to help bring the insulation temperature up while I heated my milk to 110 degrees. I did this because it's still winter and we keep our house relatively cool (about 65 degrees). I put the 2 quarts of heated milk into the pail, whisked in my starter, covered it and left it to culture for 8 hours on my kitchen counter. The yogurt is set and seems to be nice and thick for a raw milk yogurt. I'm very pleased with my purchase. I will admit that I was skeptical at first, but now that I've used it, I feel it is a good value with reliable results that I would happily recommend to anyone.

    - Zen Momma

    "Making fantastic yogurt for 15 years"

    Purchased my yogotherm in 1998. This is the easiest way to make quality yoghurt that we have tried. Have had electronic - yield too small and too much to clean. This unit is durable, easy to use and clean. There are no parts to damage nor to wear out. It is an excellent investment. Have made 1000' s of quarts. We are completely satisfied and are ready to replace the styrofoam insert due to minor discoloration. Unbelievable value and performance.

    - Chauq

    "A great Product"

    The Yogurt incubator is a wonderful product that keeps the temp steady as needed. The yogurt and kefir comes out perfect with this product. The finished product is so smooth with a delicious taste. No need to add any sugar or sweetener.

    - Barbara

    "Easy to use"

    Just follow the instructions and you will have home made yogurt in no time. This unit is economical and easy to use. The resultng yogurt is of high quality. I have used other yogurt makers and was put off for one year, due to poor result. This yogurt makers has me making yogurt again with good results.

    - John

    "Love it!"

    Love this! Used it twice and both times perfect.....and I let the yogert sit in cheese cloth in the refrig to thicken it up.....would definitely recommend it!

    - Alison

    "Love!"

    I really do love this Yogotherm! I had been using a cooler and heating pad and this is a VAST improvement! So easy to get quality yogurt and not use electricity!

    - Fireweed

  • Yogurt & Greek Yogurt Maker

    Yogurt and Greek-style yogurt maker with glass insert!
    • Use it for: making up to 2 quarts of yogurt at once in a glass insert

    Starting at: $69.99

    Yogurt & Greek Yogurt Maker

    Reviews

    "like the Green Yogurt Machine"

    My first yogurt maker but really like this one and have recommended to friends.

    - Patrica

    "An OK yogurt maker"

    The main reason I purchased this yogurt maker is because it has a glass jar, rather than a plastic jar. It is OK, so far. The price was of the machine itself was OK, but when you add shipping costs to Canada and the exchange rate, it was rather expensive. It claims to warn you with a beep when the yogurt is ready, but it did not beep. The yogurt was runny, but other than that, it is OK. CFH Note ~ The activation batches of an heirloom yogurt starter may be a little runny or lumpy but the texture will thicken up within the next batch or two. Be sure to make a new batch every 5 to 7 days to ensue the viability of the starter.

    - mbourgaize

Equipment & Accessories
  • Top Tier for Yogurt Maker

    Double the capacity of your yogurt maker by adding a top tier.
    • Use it for: doubling the capacity of either of our Euro Cuisines
    $7.99

    Top Tier for Yogurt Maker

    Reviews

    "This product works perfectly with my EuroCuisine Y100."

    Exactly as advertised! 5 stars

    - marcia

    "Woke fine for me"

    Surprised to see a few folks that didn't have success with the second tier. I do usually throw a towel over the "incubator" just cuz it's winter and that's what we do to keep ourselves warm. I suspect that this is probably pretty key to keeping the temp a little better equilibrated for the upper deck. Otherwise for $8 it's a no brainer

    - Rich

    "Didn't work as expected"

    the yogurt I placed on the top tier didn't stay warm enough to set. I removed the top jars and placed them inside the yogurt maker and they set up after an additional 4 hours. I was disappointed because the idea of the top shelf is great! Response from CFH: Be certain to test the temperature in your yogurt maker. It may be helpful to cover the unit with a towel or something similar depending on the temperature in your yogurt maker. We ask that you contact Customer Support with any questions or concerns regarding your products.

    - ms

    "top jars did not 'jel' when lower level had hours earlier"

    This was my first batch, but the bottom layer was done setting many hours before the top layer...they even 'scorched ' a little. Will do another set to see if it happens again. Response from CFH: Feel free to reach out to our Customer Support Team and we'd be happy to troubleshoot!

    - Wayne

    "It's worthless"

    The top tier is worthless. The temperature is only 85 degrees so it doesn't make yogurt. Note from CFH~ Please contact customer support for troubleshooting advice usually a simple adjustment can be made for better results.

    - Tammy

  • Set of Extra Jars for Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker

    Set of 8 Extra Jars for the Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker.
    • Use it for: extra jars to fit either of our Euro Cuisines
    $19.99

    Set of Extra Jars for Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker

    Reviews

    "Strong/quality!"

    I have not used these jars yet. I like the way they look and feel. Looking forward to making my first batch of coconut yogurt.

    - Strong/quality!

    "Makes it easier to keep up with the need for fresh yogurt"

    Very happy to have an entire extra set of jars so I can make the next batch of yogurt before the last of the previous batch has been consumed. My work schedule doesn't make it easy to make the yogurt on a tight schedule. My only issue is that the lids do not have the date option on them.

    - Donna

    "dissapointed with the plain lids no date wheel"

    Overall ok, jars are the same, but the lids are plain with no date wheel. I was disappointed with this aspect. I would gladly pay more for the option of date wheel lids.

    - Wayne

    "great!"

    Great to have more avalable yogurt!

    - Jennifer

    "Good value "

    Great little jars. Don't seal tight very well. No day indicator on top of lid.

    - Teri

  • Cotton Bag for Making Cheese

    Make delicious soft cheeses including Labneh (yogurt cheese), Chevre, Fromage Blanc, Cream Cheese and more with this cotton bag.
    • Use it for: straining whey from yogurt, kefir, and cheese
    $5.99

    Cotton Bag for Making Cheese

    Reviews

    "perfect"

    At first I thought the bag was to small but I fit my homemade cream cheese made with 1 gallon of milk perfectly!! It's very thick and didn't leak!! I.thought the ties would break when I hung it up for draining but that didn't happen. Very good product!!!

    - Valerie

    "PERFECT FOR MAKING WHEY"

    I use this for making my kefir whey, and cream cheese. It's the perfect size. I can put a half gallon...or less...into the bag and hang it over a glass bowl to drain. It's clean and easy. You boil it before and then rinse it and boil it to clean it when you are finished. Then hang dry and store! Just what I needed~!

    - Lori

    "Necessary to filter kefir whey from curd..."

    Excellent use, perfect fit for the bag i bought from this web, and good thing I bought it. I didn't know this was necessary.

    - SY

    "A must have need to make cheese"

    Not good by itself. Must use in combination with the Butter Muslin for perfection. Very Strong and good filtration. No sign of weakness yet.

    - SY

    "Excellent for making whey"

    Excellent for making whey from Kefir

    - Dennis

    "great idea and great price"

    love it! worked great

    - Nanny

  • Inner Styrofoam Pail with Lid for Yogotherm

    Styrofoam replacement pail and lid for the interior of the Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator.
    • Use it for: replacement styrofoam pail for Yogotherm
    $13.99

    Inner Styrofoam Pail with Lid for Yogotherm

    Reviews

    "~~ What you need when the milk spills! ~~"

    I have been making yogurt in my Yogotherm for years now and absolutely love it. No matter where we are I can still make a successful batch due to no electric power needed. HOWEVER once in a while someone jogs the freshly cultured milk and milk spills out of the pail and penetrates this styrofoam insulator. Although I immediately wash it, I have yet to find a way to get it perfectly clean so after a while mold beings to grow! Yuk! Time to purchase a replacement. I am SO thankful that Yogotherm sales replacements. Now I am back to a "like new" Yogotherm and hoping no spills will happen. Due to it not normally coming into contact with the yogurt/milk this insert does not require cleaning after each use. I think this is the second or third insert I have purchased from Cultures for Health. Their service, shipping and prices have always been good. Happy yogurt making!

    - Liz

  • Replacement Inner Pail with Lid for Yogotherm

    Plastic replacement pail and lid for the interior of the Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator.
    • Use it for: replacement or extra inner pail of our Yogotherm
    $12.99

    Replacement Inner Pail with Lid for Yogotherm

    Reviews

    "~~ If your pail splits or molds grab a new one! ~~"

    Although I absolutely love my Yogotherm, I do not like the design of the pail lid. Maybe it's just me but I find that after a while black mold starts to grow in the crevice of the lid. I wash it carefully after each use but I think this is the third pail I am on now. I do make yogurt every week so this is in almost constant use. To clean the mold out you have to use a thin sharp knife which of course then creates a fine cut making a further growing ground. After so many cleans I discard the pail and purchase a new one. Does it put me off using a Yogotherm? No! This yogurt maker is SO versatile. No matter where we are I can still make a successful batch due to no electric power needed. I am just thankful that there is somewhere to purchase a replacement when needed. Thanks Cultures for Health! Happy yogurt making!

    - Liz

    "Very handy!"

    Having an extra bucket on hand has come in very handy!

    - Judy

  • Greek Yogurt Maker (Strainer)

    This unique strainer kit which is BPA Free transforms up to 2 quarts of ordinary homemade yogurt or store bought yogurt into thick, creamy Greek yogurt in a matter of hours – all inside your refrigerator.
    • Use it for: straining whey from yogurt, kefir, and cheese
    $25.00

    Greek Yogurt Maker (Strainer)

    Reviews

    "For the very best thick Greek yogurt!"

    I love this strainer. It holds up to half a gallon of yogurt at a time, comes with its own lid. We make yogurt weekly using fresh milk from our cow share program. We follow the basic recipe, including heating the milk up to 182 degrees, then letting the temp fall to about 110 degrees before adding culture. When the yogurt is done, we refrigerate it, usually overnight, then put all of it into the Greek Yogurt Maker. We have drained yogurt anywhere from 3 to 24 hours. At 24 hours it is like a thick cream, better than ice cream. We usually eat it with a little maple syrup and/or some fruit or fruit jam. Best thing is, we are both lactose intolerant, but the drained off whey contains most of the remaining lactose, so we can eat yogurt without GI issues. Love this kitchen tool!

    - Michele

    "Great Product"

    This is simple to use and works exactly as it is supposed to. I had fantastic results the first use, thick & creamy greek yogurt, couldn't be more happy with it. Also use the left over whey it neatly collects to make bread, love this product!

    - Cara

    "Awesome~!"

    I've made goat yogurt for many years. It was always great but had the tendency to be more liquid than I liked. I've had this yogurt maker for almost 2 weeks. I can't begin to tell you the great, smooth, silky, & thick the consistency is now. It is so rich that we are eating it quicker than I can replenish the container. I use my Yogourmet to process the milk with the culture. I then refrigerate for 24 hrs. I pour the cold yogurt into the Greek Yogurt Maker & the next day have the best yogurt I have ever eaten. Thanks so much for this awesome product.

    - Guajome

    "Easy to use and clean"

    I have been using this strainer for our weekly batches of homemade yogurt. Twelve hours in the strainer and the yogurt is wonderfully thick. Bonus: it is so easy to clean!

    - beckmom

    "How did I live without this?"

    This is one of my favorite kitchen "gadgets." My husband and I both love the thick yogurt and with so little mess.

    - Sherri

    "Very effective!"

    We use it all the time, absolutely love it. Now my husband eats tons of creamy homemade yogurt with only good stuff in it! It works very quickly too.

    - Jen

  • Organic Cotton Bag

    Available in three sizes. Perfect for straining kefir, yogurt, or soft cheese varieties.
    • Use it for: straining whey from yogurt, kefir, and cheese

    Starting at: $4.00

    Organic Cotton Bag

    Reviews

    "Great for straining yogurt"

    I got this bag to strain my yogurt. It works great. I can hang it by the drawstring and in an hour or so I have have delicious greek yogurt.

    - slk

    "very useful product"

    Good Quality organic cotton bag, well sewn. I got the 12 x 15" bag and use it for straining Greek yogurt primarily but find other uses as well. It stands up to the boiling for sanitation and is cheaper than a Greek yogurt maker.

    - Tennessee Tim

    "Good for yogurt!"

    I used this to strain yogurt for making labneh and frozen yogurt. It works well. It will shrink if you accidentally put it in the dryer. :) Even so, I got the 12x15, which shrank to about 10x12, and is still more than big enough for my needs (I strain about a pint at a time)

    - Lyndsay

Ingredients
  • Pomona's Pectin

    Useful for thickening non-dairy yogurt.
    • Use it for: thickening homemade vegan yogurt
    $5.49

    Pomona's Pectin

    Reviews

    "worked great"

    I used this in my yogurt recipe and it worked great. I have made two batches of yogurt - one with the pectin, one without the pectin, in future I will always use pectin.

    - BC

    "Worked very well with almond yogurt."

    Made my first batch of almond yogurt. The pectin gave it a jello like consistency.

    - Susan

    "Great Product"

    I started canning about the time I became aware of the mirad'un'natural things that are in so much of our foods. This new awareness caused me some discomfort when canning jellies and jams, because of the pectin I was forced to use. Then I found Pomona's, and I have never looked back. I love it, and it works great!

    - sittinnspinnin

    "Perfect!"

    Wanting to save a bit of money, I used a regular pectin on my first batch of yogurt. It didn't thicken at all. I decided to get the Pomona's Pectin, and my yogurt has turned out perfectly every batch. I will use this from now on!

    - MM

    "Great product"

    This is also a wonderful product. I have used other pectins and they didn't work very well at all, I had to add arrowroot powder also. Great product and very pleased with both of the products.

    - Mary

    "Excellent product"

    This is the best pectin I have ever used.

    - Mary

  • CapraMilk Powdered Goat Milk

    Use to thicken homemade goat milk yogurt.
    • Use it for: thickening homemade yogurt

    Starting at: $19.95

  • Agar Powder

    Yogurt thickener and vegetarian substitute for gelatin!
    • Use it for: thickening homemade yogurt
    $7.99
  • Beef Gelatin Powder

    A natural thickening agent for yogurt and good source of protein!
    • Use it for: thickening homemade yogurt naturally
    $13.99

    Beef Gelatin Powder

    Reviews

    "Good stuff!!"

    I actually purchased this elsewhere, but this gelatin works great for thickening yogurt if you don't want to strain it. It has no discernible taste and dissolves well in warm liquid, you just need to stir/whisk thoroughly. 1 Tbsp per quart of yogurt seems to work well for me.

    - JB

Books
  • Cooking with Yogurt

    Learn to use yogurt in your cooking and baking projects.
    $3.95
  • Cultured Food Life

    A beautiful guide to how to make and use Kefir, Kombucha, Cultured Vegetables, Sourdough and Sprouted Flour.
    $19.95

    Cultured Food Life

    Reviews

    "Excellent"

    I have several books on fermenting and this is the most clear and easy to follow recipes. I have already bought a second copy to give to a friend.

    - Rita

    "i love love what kefir and cultures are doing for our family...Thanks for the cookbook,it makes it fun! we are blessed! God is good! Happy Easter!"

    We have been making kefir since last May,but this cookbook has really changing us yet another level. So glad for the vita~mix for making kefir so edible especially with orange slice or in a smoothie...

    - farmgal

    "Cookbook"

    Very interesting and informative book, have not tried any recipes yet. My kombucha is making enough to drink, as soon as I make vinegar I am going to try to make ketchup.

    - Mary

    "Great for newbies"

    This is where I started with learning about fermentation. Still a newbie but with more understanding and clarity around the subject. Has a great collection of recipes that I am yet to try.

    - Sarra

  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fermenting Foods

    Includes over 100 delicious recipes for all types of culturing and fermentation projects.
    $18.95

    The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fermenting Foods

    Reviews

    "excellent book"

    This book has tons of information and tons of recipes and also many options for each recipe. An indispensible book for the beginner.

    - waynelm

    "Father's Day gift"

    I gave this to my Dad for Fathers Day and he's excited to get started. My Mom loves cookbooks and so she liked it too! So with some starter and couple air locks, he's on his way!

    - Kelley

    "Great Product"

    This is an awesome beginners guide for practically fermenting anything, and in a healthy way. I was extremely happy about the price and how grateful my mom was to receive this as a gift.

    - Nate

    "Great book!"

    This is an informative book on fermentation for the novice. Many good recipes! Loaned it to a friend who now wants to purchase one!

    - Tracy

    "It helped this ignorant person."

    I had never fermented food until three weeks ago.i began in earnest, determined to do a thorough job. I had, with the help of Idiot's Guide, beginner's luck ok the first effort. After sampling the fermenting food, we decided to complete our equipment. We now have a complete array of pots, yogurt maker, and the determination to wear the very helpful Idiot's Guide out. I referred too it several times in the Process of preparation. Happy with it.

    - Charles

  • Cultured Food Life: The Trilogy DVD

    Join host Donna Schwenk in her kitchen where she will teach you to make kefir, kombucha and cultured vegetables in your own kitchen.
    $19.99

    Cultured Food Life: The Trilogy DVD

    Reviews

    "Great video"

    This is a great video that gives the viewer the confidence and desire to begin culturing foods! I showed to a small group and we all wanted to start with a project of kombucha, cultured veggies or kefir!

    - Debbie

    "Worth the time, Worth the money Super DVD"

    Not much more to say!

    - RFRIEND

    "Lifesaver --- great backup plan"

    i was so worried about making fermented anything believing i would mess it up. in instances like that, i would typically not do anything while waiting for that one thing that would assure me i had the right instruction. this dvd is terrific --- basic, clear and reassuing at the same time. i can read directions but not always certain i am following them correctly. i'm much more a visual learner and this dvd fit my learning style to a T. plus there is the addd benefit of being able to return view it again if i have additional questions. i've watched all segments 2 times already. thanks!

    - Mary

    "Great information"

    Excellent video, every informative.

    - Gerald

    "Great video"

    I am new to the fermentation / cultures works so this video was very informative and really has me looking forward to a life of brewing and healthy living.

    - Dale

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