5. Raw Almond Yogurt

Raw Almond Yogurt

Okay, I think you all will love this recipe, I know I sure do!

Raw almond yogurt is a must make if you love yogurt, but don’t tolerate or don’t eat dairy.2

It’s also much healthier than almond yogurt you find at the store.

Make this and I promise you’ll never crave the store bought stuff again!

Serves: 4 cups

Ingredients:

2 cups raw organic almonds, soaked overnight, strained, and rinsed well2

1 tsp.

lemon juice (you can’t taste it, don’t worry!)

4 cups pure, filtered cold water

2 dates or 2 tbsp.

raw coconut sugar (this will feed the probiotics)

4 probiotic capsules from your fridge

Directions:

After your almonds have soaked, been rinsed and drained, add them and the rest of the ingredients to your blender and blend on high until smooth (no almond clumps).

Next, using a fine mesh strainer, or a nut milk bag, pour the mixture from the blender into the strainer or nut milk bag over a bowl very slowly.

You’re basically just wanting the liquid to come out into the bowl underneath.

“Milk” the almond milk or let it strain until all the almond milk has been strained into the bowl.

Cover the bowl with a clean dish towel and wrap it well.

Let it sit at room temperature for 24 hours, or I like to place it in my oven with the oven off so it doesn’t get any drafts of cool air.

Just plan to do this after you haven’t used your stove all day, and won’t be using it for 24 hours.

The next day, check it and you have yogurt if it smells like regular yogurt.

Cover it, and let it chill in the fridge for 6-8 hours to cool.

It will be good for about 1 week.

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