This is an absolutely delicious snack or breakfast. We got it from my wife’s best friend who is a terrific healer and chiropractor. She eats this regularly after and hour or two of dancing (for health and relaxation) in the evenings after a 12 or 14 hour work day. Sometimes we use the Trader Joes Greek style Yogurt ...
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This is an absolutely delicious snack or breakfast. We got it from my wife’s best friend who is a terrific healer and chiropractor. She eats this regularly after and hour or two of dancing (for health and relaxation) in the evenings after a 12 or 14 hour work day.

Sometimes we use the Trader Joes Greek style Yogurt – but fresh local is by far the best flavor, it’s just so hard to find.

This is refreshing and filling and it’s a “good slow burn”. Vary the portion to your appetite and time of day less in the evening and more in the morning.

Enjoy…

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legbullet - yes, you are right but this is a raw VEGAN site and I was just pointing that out in case the author didn't know. The recipes posted on here are supposed to be vegan. There are alternatives to use to make good raw yoghurt - it doesn't have to be made with animals products.

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Yogurt is incubated at about 100 degrees so it is "raw" when it is made with raw milk. You don't have to be a vegan to be raw.

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how is store bought youghurt raw? I would recommend replacing that with a homemade coconut youghurt or cashew yoghurt. An FYI too - this is a vegan site so Yoghurt made from Goat milk isn't going to be popular here. Otherwise, sounds like a tasty breakfast recipe. Also you have the yoghurt twice - is it just 7 oz or 14 oz that is needed?

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