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SF Bay Area folks... where can I find coconut milk yogurt or kefir? I haven't seen any at whole foods

Answered on November 18, 2013
Created November 18, 2013 at 7:47 AM

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I have seen the "So Delicious" brand of "cultured coconut milk" (yogurt) at Sprouts in San Jose. I highly recommend making your own though because the store bought stuff is loaded with thickeners and preservatives that gave me digestive problems and has a very unnatural texture.

I buy 1L aseptic containers of Aroy-D coconut cream at an asian market and combine with a bit of honey and gelatin cultured with a 50 billion probiotic capsule and then culture it in my dehydrator and it costs half what the store bought stuff does without all the fillers (about 1/5 on a per-calorie basis), plus it has more bacteria in it and has better flavor and texture. There are cheap alternatives to using a dehydrator or yogurt maker like putting a high power incandescent in your oven and using that as a heating source; check google for some ideas.

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