Vitaclay recipes: How to make the perfect yogurt

With the new VitaClay Smart Organic Multi-Cooker, cooking yogurt has never been easier. All you need to do is to insert the ingredients, set the appropriate option cooking time and leave Multicooker to do its job – and that’s it.

SMART VITACLAY ORGANIC MULTICOOKER

Refreshing, low-calorie, full of useful bacteria and vitamins, yogurt is an ideal summer drink which, besides the nutritional, has other values and interesting effects on health. In addition to helping to burn body fat on your stomach, some previous studies have found that yogurt best foods to avoid weight gain in adulthood, but also to promote fertility.

Yogurt is also a natural remedy for burns, and excellent cooling. So, if you catch the sun on vacation, and your skin becomes red, reach for a cure from the fridge to soothe irritation, unpleasant burning sensation and also you cool.

The VitaClay recipe for a natural yogurt with the help of  Smart Organic Multi-Cooker

Ingredients:

  • 6 cup milk – Yogurt will be tastier if you use milk with 2.8% or 3.2% milk fat
  • 2/3 cup plain yogurt with active cultures

Pour the milk into the VitaClay Smart Organic Multi-Cooker. To heat the milk used slow cooker’s reheat setting. Alarm is set to beep when the temp reaches 110 degrees because even after shutting off the machine, the temp still rises another 10-20 degrees before dropping again.

Once the milk is at 120 degrees spoon some of the warm milk into the starter yogurt and mix, just enough to make it soupy. Pour the mixture into the warm milk, move to the slow cooker, cover and let sit for 8 hours. You want to keep it as close to 120 for as long as possible. Also make sure you keep the slow cooker off. After 8 hours remove the lid and you have homemade yogurt!

homemade yogurt

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  • Yogurt can be used for salty and sweet dishes (fruit yogurt)
  • The caloric value of yogurt is low. Recommended 2 milk meals a day, as 2 cups of yogurt
  • Keep the yogurt in the fridge because there are no preservatives in it as a purchase, so it is perishable

Make homemade yogurt is cheaper, and if you still buying fresh milk from the countryside, then you support and homemade organic production.

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