Parve soy yogurt (lemon flavored)
Does anyone know of a soy yogurt that has reliable certification. I am familiar with the Whole Soy and Co brand that they sell at Whole Foods but not clear on their hechsher.
I appreciate any information.
The rabbi who provides the hechscher is Rabbi Jacob Traub. He seems to be associated with some legitimate sources.
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We're not supposed to talk about various hechsherim here, as far as I understand it, so I realize this whole thread might be censored, but I have asked a well-respected OU kashrut rabbi about all the hechsherim I've ever seen on any yogurt that calls itself parve and been told that none of them are good. However, I was also told that the Scroll-K DE (the one from Denver) is good, so I have used Silk brand soy yogurt for desserts to be served AFTER a bisari meal, but of course halacha forbids them from being used with meat itself. No tandoori chicken or the like, in other words!
It's hard to find a soy or coconut milk yogurt that is pareve (I could only find DE) which bothers me like crazy.