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eat-to-thrive:

Shared a delicious papaya filled with strawberries, raspberries, dried mulberries, & homemade coconut yogurt w/ a friend for lunch earlier today.  I only just recently tried making my own coconut yogurt, and it’s really easy to do!  Just blend the meat from two large young coconuts, 3/4 cup coconut water, & 3 capsules of animal friendly probiotics (I use Healthy Start System by Natren brand, they are dairy, soy, gluten & gmo free).  Pour the mixture in a covered bowl and place in a dehydrator at 40°C for about 8 hours.  Then stir & refrigerate.  Lasts for at least a week in the fridge, perhaps longer.  Tip: I find the yogurt tastes better and is creamier and firmer when the coconut meat used is on the harder, or more mature, side.

eat-to-thrive:

Shared a delicious papaya filled with strawberries, raspberries, dried mulberries, & homemade coconut yogurt w/ a friend for lunch earlier today. I only just recently tried making my own coconut yogurt, and it’s really easy to do! Just blend the meat from two large young coconuts, 3/4 cup coconut water, & 3 capsules of animal friendly probiotics (I use Healthy Start System by Natren brand, they are dairy, soy, gluten & gmo free). Pour the mixture in a covered bowl and place in a dehydrator at 40°C for about 8 hours. Then stir & refrigerate. Lasts for at least a week in the fridge, perhaps longer. Tip: I find the yogurt tastes better and is creamier and firmer when the coconut meat used is on the harder, or more mature, side.

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