25 thoughts on “package free: coconut yogurt

  1. This was my second attempt at coconut yogurt, previously using the recipe from Minimalist Baker as well. As before, I just ended up with spoiled coconut milk! Foul smelling and separated. Used Thai Kitchen and ReNew life probiotics and left out for 24h. Not sure why it doesn’t seem to work for me!

    1. What about using a can of coconut milk that is thicker in the can? Some are liquid milk and some are actually thick like a cream but still a milk… i used this and it was very thick once in the fridge so I’m going to try a liquid one next.

      1. Definitely feel free to experiment to get it the way you like it!! I’ve experimented a lot too. It’s up to your preference!

  2. Hi Amanda,
    I just made this and it was amazing! Can you explain how to use it to start another batch?
    Thanks so much 🙂

      1. No worries thank you for getting back to me 🙂 I was too eager for more so I just went for it with a 1/4 cup of the original and it worked! Sorry for all the questions – just one more. Can I do the same from the second batch to make a third or is it supposed to be from the original batch still? I know you mentioned you got 5 batches from the original before you had to use new probiotics, so I think that means you took some from the 2nd then 3rd etc? Thanks!

      2. Yes I did! Just keep an eye on the strength of the ferment to see when your batch will need to be started fresh again with more probiotics- it will likely vary from mind 🙂

    1. I just blend fresh turmeric and chilies in with it before fermentation for a savory yogurt good for dahl and dolloping onto bowls ❤️ It’s so yummy!

    1. hm, I’ve never tried before but I’d imagine pecans or macadamias would work similar. I think walnut has too much fiber. Cashews blend super smooth and thats why I use them. You could also play with using a thickening agent like agar agar instead of the nuts. Hope that helps!
      Amanda

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