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The Detox Miracle Sourcebook, Robert S. Morse
The China Study, T. Colin Campbell
The 80/10/10 Diet, Douglas N. Graham
Breaking The Food Seduction, Neal D. Barnard
Spiritual Nutrition, Gabriel Cousens
“Coconut Almond Yogurt is AWESOME! I’ve been making this a lot, in fact, I just had a fruit smoothie with some of my homemade yogurt in it.
Here’s the recipe for coconut almond yogurt that I use:
The exact proportions are not that important. Basically….
-Soak Almonds (12-24 hours)
Here is what I generally do: fill a 32oz jar about halfway with almonds, soak them which should just about fill the jar. This ends up being approximately 3-4 cups of soaked almonds, the meat of 2 coconuts, and the water of 1 1/2 – 2 coconuts.
It doesn’t really matter, you can even do all coconut meat or all almonds. Experiment a few times and figure out how you like it. Add the coconut water a little bit at a time until you get the right consistency. I add enough so it blends smooth and creamy.
Keep in mind, as it cultures, it will thicken up. Mine is usually a little runny like a smoothie after I blend it and then it thickens to a nice yogurt consistency. As far as the probiotics go, I’ve only tried using NCP (the probiotic blend that’s recommended in the video link above for the recipe).
The trick with the probiotics is that after you make one batch (using a couple scoops) you can use it as a starter and keep it going without using more probiotics. I’ve been doing this and it works great. I just add a couple spoonfuls of my last batch into the new one and blend it up.
I leave it on the counter covered with a cheeseclot which allows it to breathe. I typically let it sit and culture for 6-8 hours. Taste it right after you blend it and then taste it after about 4 hours, then continue to taste it every couple hours. You want it to have a noticeable bite, and it should be clearly different from how it tasted at the beginning.
When its done, put it in the fridge in a sealed container. It should last a week. I encourage you to try it, and after a couple batches you’ll definitely have it down!”
-Miguel C. Henderson