Just think about it. You can still have the yummyness of yoghurt without being afraid of the dairy and the nasty additives. So what’s the harm? It’s simply fresh coconuts and a probiotic! Do try to find the most natural forms of vegan probiotic and it’ll be your safest bet. (and tastiest!!)
1 whole coconut meat
1/2 cup coconut water (or more depending on preferred consistency)
2 tbsp vegan probiotic
1. Mix coconut meat and coconut water in blender and blend till smooth. If you need more coconut water, do add to your own preferred consistency.
2. When you’ve reached the consistency you want, add the probiotic and blend on low.
3. Transfer to a glass jar, which has been sterilized or cleaned with hot water, but don’t fill it too full to leave some room for culturing.
4. Cover the jar with a thin napking and cover with lid or tie it with rubber band.
5. Let the jar culture for at least 12 hours in a warm and humid space. I put mine in the oven (oven is off).
6. Depending on the temperature and humidity, your yogurt will culture at a different pace so do give it a check to make sure when your desired tanginess is reached.
7. The yogurt will be tangy and it will rise to more than the amount you first poured in.
8. Remove the napkins and put the lid on again and place in fridge to cool.
Try it and let me know how you went! Tag @yoursnaturely and #yoursnaturelyrecipes on instagram! 🙂