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Branka 's Soy Yogurt  Item Number: brssoyyo

I have been making soy yogurt also. When the soy milk is cool enough to leave your finger in the milk without feeling uncomfortable you can add the culture. I put the milk into a mason jar, wrap the jar in a blanket and leave it in a warm place. When the soy yogurt is finished it will look a little soupy--the water and chunks of cultured soy milk will have separated. I make sunflower seed cream with the contents of the jar. It tastes close to sour cream and is good over salad or potatoes. Here's the recipe for sunflower seed cream: Peel 1 lemon and cut it into chunks and put it into a blender. Add about 1 cup of sunflower seeds, about a teaspoon of salt, some onion powder and garlic powder. Add some soy yogurt and start blending. Keep adding more soy yogurt as the blender needs it to keep blending the sunflower seeds. Make it as thick or soupy as you like.


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