As I'm sure you know, the right kitchen tools can make a huge difference in your cooking. One of those tools for me is the glass jar that goes with the Yogourmet yogurt maker.
In fact, I love these jars so much that I have three of them! Three? You might ask. Doesn't that seem a little excessive?
Well, quickly after starting my lactose free diet I realized that having two yogurt makers would lighten my cooking load and I invested in another one. With two I could make two half gallons of yogurt at a time, and that meant less standing at the stove...In the same time it takes to make a half gallon of yogurt, I could make a gallon and divide it between two jars.
So where does the third jar come in? Once I've finished one jar of yogurt I can wash it and make another double batch of yogurt using that jar and the extra I have stowed away in the cupboard. Then I never have to run out of my precious yogurt!
I started out with the plastic containers that came with the yogurt maker, but became a little concerned about what might be leaching out of the plastic when it is heated up. So these glass jars give me peace of mind and are also a little easier to handle because of their shape.
Some people can't tolerate this special homemade yogurt because they are allergic to the dairy proteins, but they can thankfully still successfully follow the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) or a lactose free diet without it.
For me, I have tolerated the yogurt really well and use it in a variety of recipes such as breads, dressings and sauces, ice cream, smoothies, or as a snack with honey and chopped pecans.
I love my yogurt! How do you use SCD yogurt? Do you have any tips for preparing, storing, or using it in recipes?
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