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I used to make cows milk yogurt but now my family is CF/DF & Soy Free. I was wondering if anyone has tried to make rice milk yogurt?

Thanks :)

I don t know how?may be we can use probiotic and home made rice milk?

I have a lot of time both today and tomorrow.is there any reciepe that I can use ,making some experiments? thanks

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I searched some and found a recipe using soy milk for yogurt but I haven't been able to find a recipe for rice yogurt.

I got a case of plain rice milk from Lundburg yesterday and I thought I might try it as well. I have some probiotic from UAS labs that I've confirmed to me dairy & casein free. I thought I might try that as a starter. :)

This is how I made yogurt from cows milk:

Scald milk to 180-185 degrees F. The milk will almost boil and kill the bacteria. I used a candy thermometer to check the temperature.

I cool the milk to incubation temperature / about 112 degrees F. ( Stay within 105-110) I make a cold water bath in my sink and stir the milk to help it cool. I keep the thermomter in the milk.

Add the yogurt starter. I awalys let the starter warm up slightly to prevent the temp. of my milk to drop to low.

Pour the milk into containers that have been sterilized. I have a Salton yogurt maker from the 70's that my mom gave me, I love using it!! You can use individual custard cups, Pyrex bowls, mason jars etc. Also it's a good idea to pre-warm your jars to help hold the proper temp.

Keep the temp. warm during incubation, 105-112 degrees F is perfect. You can use an oven, electric skillet with a water bath etc.

Allow the yogurt to incubate for 4 to 12 hours .

Please let me know if you decided to try this. I'm kind of excited after typing the post!! :D

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