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    Samantha
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    Hi All...I am looking for recipe to make homemade soy yogurt. Also

    where do you buy the dry live cultures to mix with the soy milk? If any

    one has some recipe's send them my way. Thank you.








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    jacqueline osgood
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    Samantha,


    I didn"t know that you could make yogurt from soy milk. I make regular yogurt all the time. I got my dried live culture from the health food store on Washington in Ocean springs. They may be able to get the recipe for you, too.


    Jacki

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    Hi All...I am looking for recipe to make homemade soy yogurt. Also
    where do you buy the dry live cultures to mix with the soy milk? If any
    one has some recipe's send them my way. Thank you.






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    Samantha Berns
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    <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" background="none" style="font-family:arial;font-size:10pt;color:#000000;background-color:#ffffff;"><td valign="top" style="font: inherit;">Yeah..Stoney farms makes a soy yogurt which is way better than the the real stuff....I just love it. I think that they use some milk in it but most of it consists of soy milk live cultures and some fat free milk. I know that there must be a recipe out there somewhere to make home made.




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    Liss
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    <SPAN class="015365411-05062008">I havent tried it, but here is a Recipe and directions along with quite a decent description.
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    <SPAN class="015365411-05062008">http://veganfeastkitchen.blogspot.co...pe-easier.html
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    <SPAN class="015365411-05062008">~Liss




  5. #5
    Marie
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    I don't know about making yogurt with soy milk but I do make it with

    skim milk. Instead of buying the dry cultures you can use plain

    yogurt that you buy from the grocery store. I use one quart of

    plain yogurt to one gallon of skim milk.



    I have an eight quart pressure cooker pot with a heavy bottom that I

    use to Slowly bring up the milk to 140 degrees. Then submerge the

    pot in a sink of ice water and bring the temp down to about 110

    degrees. Stir your yogurt with a fork to break it up and then pour

    it into the pot of milk. Ladle the mixture into containers (I use

    the old yogurt containers).



    I have an old cooler that I lay a dishtowel in the bottom so it

    doesn't get too warm the I lay a heating pad set on med in the bottom

    of the cooler and place the containers of yogurt on top. I have an

    old candy thermometer on top of the containers and keep the

    temperature above 100 degrees. Leave it alone for a minimum of 4

    hours or overnight and you will have fresh, warm yogurt.



    I hope this helps someone.



    Marie







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    > Hi All...I am looking for recipe to make homemade soy yogurt. Also

    > where do you buy the dry live cultures to mix with the soy milk? If

    any

    > one has some recipe's send them my way. Thank you.

    >










 

 

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