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Dairy-Free Yogurt

Not so much the yogurt, but baby food jars would be great storage containers for lunch

from Bless This Mess

Crock Pot Yogurt

Crock Pot Yogurt 1/2 gallon (8 cups) whole milk (you’ll get a thinner product with a lower fat content milk) 1/2 cup commercial plain yogu...

from Go Dairy Free

Almond Dream Almond Non-Dairy Yogurt: Dairy-Free and Soy-Free Goodness

Vegan Almond Dream with Live Cultures Non-Dairy Yogurt Gluten-free, Soy-free, Corn-free, GMO-free,


Vitamin D, found in fortified beverages like milk, helps increase calcium absorption. That's especially important for bone health. Higher intake or blood levels of vitamin D, may also help reduce the risk of colon, breast, and prostate cancers. Eat yogurt with live cultures to aid digestion.


CARB WARS BLOG: GLUTEN-FREE YOGURT BISCUITS - uses a blend of almond meal, coconut flour and oat flour with a carb count of 6.7 grams per biscuit. Use the recipe for a pot pie crust!

from Mom On Timeout

How To Make Yogurt In A Slow Cooker

Have you ever tried making yogurt at home? It's really easy to do - all you need is a slow cooker! Let me show you How To Make Yogurt In A Slow Cooker!

from The Easy Homestead

How to Activate a Yogurt Starter Culture {with Recipes

How to Activate a Yogurt Starter {with recipes} | The Easy Homestead (.com)


GAPS Coconut Milk Yogurt! (Breaks down to .81 tsp gelatin/cup of coconut milk, since I will be making in smaller batches)


Yogurt is fermented milk and contains many of the good qualities of milk. Originated in eastern Europe, yogurt is eaten by people around the world today. Apart from its good taste, yogurt has therapeutic powers that provide many health benefits.Yogurt is loaded with healthy nutrients. It is a rich source ofcalcium, and yogurt with live active cultures aids the body’s absorption of calcium.Also, yogurt contains protein that is easy to digest. Other valuable nutrients in yogurt are riboflavin…

from Money Saving Mom®

Homemade Yogurt in the Crock Pot

Homemade Yogurt in the Crockpot 1/2 gallon milk (Whole milk will make the yogurt thicker, but any milk will work.) 1/2 cup plain unflavored yogurt (Any kind with live active cultures will work. Be sure to save a half cup of this batch of homemade yogurt to use as a starter next time!) Pour the 1/2 gal milk into crock pot & turn it on low. Cook for 2 hrs & 45 min (set the timer to remember to turn it off!) when done, turn crockpot off & let it sit down 3 hours. ~~~click to continue~~~