~ Tempeh Ragi Starter Spores ~
Make Vegan Tempeh at Home ~

Buy Tempeh Starter & Tapei Spores

Tempeh starter spores are needed to make tempeh. This cultured soy product is a great replacement for meat in many recipes from tacos, meatloaf, hamburgers, and our favorite...the grilled tempeh Reuben with raw sauerkraut! Buy tempeh spores or PTS here and start making fresh tempeh cakes at home with this traditional spore starter!

You can buy Ragi Tempe spores, also known as tempeh starter, in 15gr packets for the home culturist and now in 500gr factory sealed packets for the commercial producer.


Tempeh Spore Starter Pack - PTS - 15 gr - Make Tempeh
A vegan replacement for meat in many recipes, our favorite...the grilled tempeh Reuben!
$7.75, 2/$13.95
Tempeh Ragi Starter Spores -  500gr  - Commercial Tempeh Spores
Buy Bulk Tempeh or Tempeh Spores Here and Start Making Fresh Tempeh or TPS.
Regular Price: $55.95
Sale Price: $47.95
Oncom Spore Starter, Black, 20 g, Like Tempeh
Oncom is one of the traditional staple foods of Indonesia
$9.95
Tape Ketan Hitam Starter (Black Glutinous Rice Tape Starter), 20 gr
Tape Ketan Hitam is a fermented sticky glutinous black rice prepared in Indonesia from Ragi Spores.
$9.95
Tape Ketan Starter (Fermened Glutenous Rice), 20gr
Tape Ketan is a fermented sticky [glutinous] rice prepared in Indonesia.
$9.95
Tapé Telor (Peuyeum)- Fermented Rice Cake Culture - Tapai - 20gr
Tapai, a great replacement to sugar fresh from Indonesia
$9.95
Kombucha Culturing Gloves - Vinyl Disposable - Large
Recommended accessory for all home culturing. Reduce unwanted pathogens and cross-contamination of your starter cultures.
Regular Price: $23.95
Sale Price: $19.95
Culturing Spoon, Bamboo, 12" w/ Holes
Use for tempeh making, koji-kin rice production, or water kefir/milk kefir grains.
$5.95

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What is Tempeh ?

Tempeh is a soy food made by fermenting cooked soybeans with a Rhizopus mold contained in the tempeh starter. This fermentation binds the soybeans into a compact white cake. Tempeh has been a favorite food and staple source of protein in Indonesia for several hundred years. However, it is now rapidly becoming popular all over the world as people look for ways to increase their intake of soy, known for its health benefits. Vegetarians and vegans, especially discover tempeh's versatility and deliciousness. Tempeh has a firm texture and a nutty mushroom type flavor. Like tofu, tempeh will absorb the flavor it’s marinated in. Normally tempeh is sliced or cut in cubes or strips, marinated, and fried until the surface is crisp and golden brown. Tempeh is now commonly available in many supermarkets as well as in Asian markets and health food stores. Industrial tempeh contains certain strains of Rhizopus oryzae or Rhizopus oligosporus. In Indonesia, where tempeh originated, homemade tempeh normally contains mixtures of both Rhizopus oryzae and Rhizopus oligosporus strains, together with other bacteria. They make tempeh starter by incubating boiled soybeans in hibiscus leaves.

Our tempeh starter packet comes pre-mixed ready to use containing high amounts of Rhizopus spores mixed with white rice flour (as a carrier). It is free of pathogenic bacteria, such as salmonella. Spore starters made of the highest quality ingredients, is gluten and dairy free, and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Our tempeh spores are the
number one selling commercial brand in Indonesia.
Buy this quality spore starter for fresh homemade tempeh!







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