Can’t find a commercially-sold yoghurt that doesn’t have at least 9g of sugar and a list of unpronounceable ingredients? Need a dairy-free yoghurt alternative, because no matter how many people tell you that “lactose-intolerant people can tolerate yoghurt,” you still can’t tolerate yoghurt made from cow’s milk? This might be your answer.
Today, the Health Renegade/Kevin Gianni posted a simple recipe for homemade yoghurt made from coconut water and flavored with vanilla beans. By “simple” I mean: “few ingredients;” it does take a little bit of effort to come together, though I’m sure that once you got it down it would be less onerous. The recipe comes from his book “Cultured! Make Healthy Fermented Foods at Home.”
One reason I like simple recipes with few ingredients is that they are easier to tolerate for those with food sensitivities who have multiple ingredients to avoid when choosing foods. Simpler recipes have fewer possibilities for provoking inflammatory reactions.
Let me know if you try it by leaving a comment below!