Leave a ReplyWant to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!
|By :Danielle Walker|
|Browse Category||Breakfast, Kid-Friendly, Seven Ingredients or Less|
|Duration||more than 2 hours|
|Diet||Dairy Free, Low Carb, Low Sodium|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||30 minutes|
|Cook Time||12+ hours|
4 - 6 servings
Variation: For fruit-flavored yogurt, stir in 2 tablespoons, per jar, of a fresh fruit puree of your choice before chilling in the refrigerator. My family loves strawberry, peach, blueberry, and banana-mango.
Danielle Walker is the author of three New York Times bestselling cookbooks, Against All Grain, Meals Made Simple, and Celebrations! She is also the voice behind the most popular grain-free website on the Internet, AgainstAllGrain.com. She is a self-trained chef whose innovative and accessible grain-free recipes appeal to a range of appetites. Her recipes are not only healthy and delicious, but also can be credited with saving her life after she received a diagnosis of a serious autoimmune disease. She lives with her husband and three children in the San Francisco Bay Area.
This recipe came up in the vegan section and this calls for gelatin which isn’t vegan or vegetarian.
Sub a vegan getalin (agar) and it would be fine. I have my first batch fermenting…fingers crossed.
Thank you, we have corrected it to reflect the use of gelatin.
As Jen stated you can substitute a vegan “gelatin” like agar to thicken the cashew yogurt instead.
This still comes up when searching for vegan recipes. Using gelatin and honey, it is anything but vegan. Please remove it from the search queue.
Updates are not instantaneous. We apologizes for the current confusion and we have corrected it, we appreciate your patience.
Honey isn’t vegan but maple syrup is which Danielle first suggests.
Please be aware that some recipes marked vegan are variations of nonvegan dishes.
As Jen has suggested this recipe is very easy to make vegan by substituting gelatin for a vegan alternative.
Hi not sure if I did this correctly or not when I got done with everything and opened it up this morning it came up in a big solid chunk like it was cheese. I had to break it up is that the way it supposed to look?
How much gelatin or agar? How many probiotic pills/powder? Thanks.
You would use the exact ratios stated.
For the amount of cashew milk mentioned it requires one whole probiotic pill. The recipe requires 1.5 tsp of gelatin or Agar (Vegan) , typically you can substitute powdered agar for gelatin in equal amounts.
If you would like to make larger amounts our app allows to increase the serving size and automatically adjusts the recipe ingredients to increase serving size while maintaining the proper amount of ingredients required for the serving size desired.