A few days ago I bought a yogurt maker (machine exclusively for making yogurt at home) and we decided to give it a try. As a test, we started with the first version of vegetable yogurt, which turned out to be very good! We accompany it with granola and berries, it is the one that you can see as a post on Instagram. Considering that there are still more versions to be made, such as yogurt based on nuts, take this version as a preview for what comes in the next versions 😋.
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FOR 6 INDIVIDUAL PORTIONS:
· 1 liter of vegetable drink , it must be high in protein, so I suggest soy, either homemade or purchased. I used Orasí de Soya. This is already sweetened, and this is important, since it is where the bacteria of the lactic culture will feed. If you use unsweetened, I suggest sweetening with panela, coconut sugar or agave.
· 1 sachet of lactic cultures , I used the ones from Yogustart, you can probably find them in any healthy food store. These are bacteria, their name has nothing to do with being of dairy origin. What's more, I sent a message directly to Yogustart to find out about its origin and learn more about the product.
During the fermentation process, it happened that the mixture separated and left a liquid part at the bottom of the container. In this part, there are some versions of machines that have a filter and discard that liquid, in order to make the creamiest Greek-type yogurt. If you want it that way (I opted for that), when the fermentation is over, pierce the mixture with a cutlery and remove the liquid from the bottom (only if your machine does not have the filter). You can try doing this one day and not another day, to see the differences in textures. Any of the options will give you the benefits of a fermented product like yogurt!
LOOK AT MY FINAL RESULT 😍
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