Long ago, in a kingdom far, far away... I made yogurt via propane oven pilot. Life was good.
I again have a a nice warm pilot, in my tiny little oven. I want to yogurt again! Buuuuuuut... the rules of the game have changed. A few people in the house should not have dairy. Or soy. Instead they turn to almond and coconut options.
Can I make coconut yogurt, as easily as dairy yogurt? I mean... dairy yogurt makes itself. But what about the others? I almost just went for it... I was standing in the store, with yogurt in one hand, and coconut milk in the other... and wondering. But I couldn't decided if the cultures would survive. And the store didn't have any coconut yogurt in stock, or I would have just bitten the bullet, and gone for it.
I'm so sorry that I sound so ignorant... I know a lot of you are so well-researched. I'm afraid I'm rather more primitive (nonchalant? backward? lazy?) on my approach to things.
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