Yogurt in Crockpot.

NATURAL YOGURT. CROCKPOT WAY
We get our yogurt from the stores, thick and pure white. As for all store bought packaged foods, I am not very sure if preservatives, thickeners and sweeteners are used.
That’s when I see one of the twelve options of my Crockpot as Yogurt.
Bought a litre of packaged full fat milk from the store and did the crockpot process as per the cookbook.
It should have been thick well fermented Greek yogurt copy, but I find lots of water, even though it tasted good.
That’s when I remembered my classmate, who’s in US trying to make coconut oil using packaged, tinned thick coconut milk. She found no oil after boiling it to the end.
If we can do the full process ourselves with natural ingredients, it’s the best way!

Yogurt in Crockpot.

Bone Broth.

BONE BROTH
Finally, the slow cooked (24 hours) Lamb Bone Broth is done. Thanks to the multifunction Crock.Pot.
I always wanted to have it during my intermittent fasting limited eating window. Now there’s an additional valuable use while nursing my wife in her recovery process.
She had the first cup and she loved it.
The lamb bone broth is flavoured with organic herbs like Rosemary, Thyme, Parsley and I added some Kerala spices like cardamom, cloves, cinnamon and black pepper.
Added in were carrots, mint leaves, garlic, ginger and onion.
Of course Apple Cider Vinegar is added as an essential.
As for all organic preparations, treated filter water is used.
Sea salt will be added only at the time of consumption.
The excess broth will go into the freezer for use on a daily basis.
I love my Crock.Pot.

Bone Broth.