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Originally Posted by ChristieB
I've found two source for dairy-free (and soy-free) yogurt starter. The first, http://www.giprohealth.com/starter.html ,came recommended by someone on Yahoo group I'm a member of. She says that she's read that you need to add 2 Tbs. honey to 40 oz. coconut milk, to give the friendly bacteria something to eat. She said she doesn't know if it's necessary, but it sure makes the yogurt yummy.
And this one: http://customprobiotics.com/Merchant...Category_Code= I found doing a search. Here's some info about it: http://www.customprobiotics.com/yogurt_starter.htm It's more expensive, but the one above doesn't say how much is in a bottle, so I don't know for sure how they compare.
I think I'll try the top one first, given that someone recommended it and it's cheaper. BTW, it's recommended by an SCD website, too.
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