On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 11:09 AM, <smithdi...
> I have other pancake recipes on my website PKDrecipes.com. These
> particular pancake recipes are low in calories, low in fat and in my
> husband's opinion, taste great and cook up light and fluffy. He is the
> pancake man; he has to have them every Saturday and Sunday. I
> prefer crêpes, a mixture of spelt flour and water, allow it to sit
> overnight then pour on a hot griddle the next morning.
> *Amande Almond Milk Yogurt*
> I bought almond yogurt at our local health food store cooperative called
> Kokua Market. Here is a review of this yogurt.
> Amande cultured almond milk contains:
> almond milk
> fruit juice concentrate
> rice starch
> locust bean gum
> tricalcium phosphate
> citric acid
> 6 active cultures
> *Almond Yogurt or Almond Sour Cream *RECIPE found on the web
> 1 cup whole, raw blanched almonds
> 1 Tbsp raw honey
> 2 1/2 cups Water
> 1/2 pack of Body Ecology Veggie Culture starter
> Make an almond milk by blending nuts with water
> Add honey and blend a little more.
> Pour milk into a nut milk bag and squeeze to separate fiber from the
> Check the temperature. The almond milk should be about body temperature.
> If it is not, put on the stove on LOW heat to heat to body temperature. No
> more than this.
> Add 1/2 pack culture starter to the milk (one pack per 1 quart of liquid).
> Stir well.
> Place container in yogurt maker, with lid off.
> Ferment for 8 hours.
> After the almond milk ferments, take out of the yogurt maker and place in
> the fridge for 5 hours to slow the fermentation process.
> After the yogurt has cooled, get a glass jar and cut a piece of cheese
> Pour the yogurt in the cheesecloth so that the extra liquid can can drip
> off, put lid on jar to keep cheese cloth in place.
> Let drip for about an hour, or longer if you’d like the yogurt thicker.
> *Easy Coconut Almond Yogurt Recipe *YouTube Video
> I don't think it looks easy.
> diane.. where do you get almond yogurt? do you make your own? i've been
> on the hunt for yogurt that is okay for us. i've looked at coconut
> yogurt.. but the protein and nutritious value (at least the ones in the
> stores) do not seem that good.
> On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 11:41 AM, <smithdi...@mac.com> wrote:
>> For gluten free brown rice pancakes
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