YOGURT vs. KEFIR: What are the Differences

  Just because yogurt and kefir are both fermented milk products probiotic rich, people¬† would often assume they’re pretty much the same thing. Though they share some similarities, yogurt and kefir differ in a number of ways from each other. Yogurt and kefir have a similar texture that’s thicker for yogurt, while kefir is more like a beverage to drink up. Kefir is mildly carbonated and tingle on the tongue, and it has a very low alcohol content while yogurt does not. Kefir grains are used to culture milk kefir,…

EASY COCONUT MILK YOGURT RECIPE

easy coconut milk yogurt recipe

  Coconut water and coconut milk are packed with beneficial nutrients and taste absolutely great. Making cultured coconut milk yogurt is easy, and it’s a great alternative to yogurt made with dairy products. Coconut yogurt can be as creamy and fragrant as dairy yogurt, as well as contain specific probiotic active cultures. To begin, for the recipe we need coconut milk that is unsweetened, The label should read coconut, coconut cream, or just coconut milk, and nothing else. You can add any sweetener or fruit to the finished yogurt. If…

EASY HOMEMADE YOGURT

  Making delicious probiotic yogurt in the comfort of your home isn’t complicated as one may think. Firstly, you need some milk! Any type of milk will work when making yogurt or kefir, but some are better too. A higher fat content will result in thicker yogurt. If you can, go for a variety that is not UHT (ultra high temperature) processed to have a longer shelf life. Be sure to use whole milk for a creamier, thicker texture, or if available, raw milk makes the yogurt even creamier and…