Non-Dairy Yoghurt Bundle
Everything you need to make non-dairy yoghurtsRated 5/5 based on 5 reviews.
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This bundle combines everything you need to make wonderful non-dairy yoghurts, such as coconut yoghurt or soy yoghurt.
Makes a wonderful, great tasting, dairy-free yoghurt that is suitable for vegans.
This bundle will save you heaps versus buying non-dairy yoghurt from the shops.
Live Probiotic Bacteria
Makes pure, natural yoghurt packed with live probiotics.
Almost perfectBy: Eva on 22 May 2019I have recently purchased the 2 lt yoghurt maker and it makes absolutely delicious non dairy yoghurt. Pity that it doesn't have some sort of small handles as without them it makes lifting the full container rather difficult. The previous 1 lt model was certainly easier to handle.
Great little machineBy: Carol on 22 May 2019Have found it so easy to use this machine. Just a tiny pinch of the starter and it makes really good, Greek style yoghurt. Tip: use either Bonsoy or Vita Soy Protein plus milk to ensure a thick yoghurt. It will be quite runny if you use Soy Milky Lite.
New yoghurt makerBy: Jenny Cameron on 24 April 2019I love my new yoghurt maker - it is just so easy and makes perfect yoghurt. I was inspired to start making my own non-dairy yoghurt because of Anita's YouTube presentation ( see https://youtu.be/C_dMhkKQZ4s ) and because I have tasted her soy yoghurt at her cafe in Anglesea and it is truly delicious. There is just one thing that I find strange- when I turn it on there is only a very faint red light glowing near the bottom of the yoghurt maker, and not in the place where I expected to see a light, ie the little clear plastic button that sticks out near the bottom. The red light is near this but closer to the bottom of the whole unit and very hard to see if it is on. I wondered if this is a flaw? Is it supposed to be like this? Regards, Jenny
ProbioticsBy: Sandra Bennett on 26 March 2019First..thank you for sending the yoghurt maker so quickly...l had some coconut cream on immediately. I did find though that the quantity of probiotic to use was a little too vague. I eyeballed it... and used the tip of a knife but dont think l used enough. Is there a more accurate way to assess how much to use? I can't think of one offhand myself for such a small quantity but better minds than mine might.
GlendaBy: Mrs Glenda Lotz on 12 December 2018I am so impressed by this electric yoghurt maker . First attempt turned out amazingly. I use BonSoy milk with 1 tablespoon of sugar and 1 tablespoon smooth gel and the small amount of culture. I leave for 8 and three quarters hours. Perfect every time . Oh so creamy and delicious.