Yoso Unsweetened Coconut Yogurt

Overall Score4.5
  • Health
  • Value
  • Convenience
  • Thick, creamy, and a little sour.
Yoso Unsweetened Coconut Yogurt

Yoso Unsweetened Vegan Coconut Yogurt

 “Premium Creamy Cultured Coconut”

Yoso unsweetened coconut yogurt is a nice, creamy, and lightly coconutty vegan yogurt. It’s smooth and thick, and just a little sour like a plain yogurt should be.

If you want unsweetened yogurt but want to add a little sweetness yourself, fruit (fresh or frozen), granola, or straight up maple syrup are great additions to this yogurt! Since Yoso unsweetened coconut yogurt is unsweetened and unflavoured, it could be good in savoury dishes, but keep in mind that it will add a coconut flavour.

For thicker yogurts, I personally like to add a splash of unsweetened non-dairy milk to thin it out. I’m not sure why, just a personal preference I guess. Adding a bit of milk also mellows out the sourness of the yogurt, which can be nice if you find that aspect of yogurt off-putting but still want to enjoy it. Another added bonus to this method is that the yogurt will last a little bit longer!

Yoso unsweetened coconut yogurt is made in Canada, and is gluten free, soy free, and preservative and artificial flavouring free. Is costs about $4.99 for 440g.

Top tip: I love keeping the empty yogurt containers to reuse for leftovers! Sometimes it gets a little confusing remembering which containers in the fridge are yogurt and which are diced tomatoes, but the cost of yogurt becomes more economical when you get a free container out of it!

Question: Have you tried making your own vegan yogurt? Do you have a favourite brand that you buy? Share in the comments below!

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My name is Dana Hart. I am an anthropology student and traveller. Veganism is a passion I have discovered in the past few years, and the more I learn, the more I love. While I prefer to make vegan creations in my kitchen, I am often busy with school or traveling across the country and need food on the road. What Vegans Eat is my project to share my passion for vegan food with other vegans and the world.

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4 comments


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      Dana Hart

      Do you know if they sell it at Mustard Seed Co-op or Goodness Me? And they have other Yoso products at Fortino’s like fruit or vanilla soy yogurts and vegan sour cream that are good too!

  1. Matthew

    I really don’t like this product. Not only is it inferior to the So Delicious brand in terms of texture and flavour (to me, it tastes like coconut moisturizer), but I’m sceptical that there are actual live cultures in it. I make my own cultured cashew cream cheese on a regular basis and I use coconut yoghurt as the starter. It’s a failproof method. But I recently tried this brand as my starter for the first time and my cashews went rancid, leaving me with the only assumption that the live cultures in this product were either insignificant or not present at all. I will not be purchasing this product again.

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