How to Make Non Dairy Yogurt – yummy and soooo good …
If you ever wanted to know how to make non dairy yogurt, it’s easier than you thought. You can make a variety of nut and seed non dairy yogurts, and enjoy them with fruit, as salad dressings, in ice cream or pudding recipes, smoothies, or just as is.
Non dairy yogurt can be make using almonds, pecans, walnuts, macadamia, pumpkin seeds, or your preference.
Once you see how easy this is and understand how to make non dairy yogurt, you’ll have another means of supporting your friendly gut bacteria, while nourishing body with an array of nutrients, such as amino acids and fatty acids.
To learn more about friendly bacteria and how vital it is to the intestinal tract and overall health, click here.
Non-Dairy Yogurt Recipe – for this recipe I’m using Pumpkin Seeds
Equipment Needed: High-Speed Blender
Yield: approximately 5 cups
- 2 cups soaked pumpkin seeds (soak 4-6 hours or over night)
- Fresh coconut meat from 1 Young Thai Coconut
- Coconut water from 1 Young Thai Coconut
- 1 teaspoon LiyfBiotic (the culturizing probiotic agent).
- Optional: 2 tablespoons LiyfEssentials – complete amino acids / full spectrum vitamin E
- Add water for desired consistency when you are blending
1. Place coconut water and meat from coconut in high-speed blender vessel.
2. Add drained, soaked pumpkin seeds.
3. Blend until smooth – you may need to add water to keep vortex moving.
4. Add probiotic culture (Liyfbiotic), LiyfEssentials powder (optional), and blend thoroughly.
5. Pour the mixture into a glass bowl & allow the mixture to stand, covered with a paper towel, for 4-6 hours (this will allow the fermentation).
If temps are warm, 4-5 hours should be adequate, if temps are cooler, 5-6 hours works. NOTE: I’ve yogurt culture in as fast as a couple hours in hot weather. Get to know your environment.
**Set your phone alarm or kitchen timer for 4-6 hours to remind you when yogurt is ready. You can often allow it to set a few more hours, but just for the record … I once made it in the morning, forgot about it, and didnt get home till late that night and had to throw the whole thing out.
6. Store yogurt in refrigerator, sealed glass container. Yogurt will continue to culturize in refrigerator – consume within 3-4 days.
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