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Thread: Yogurt Culture Made With Chile Pepper Stems

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    Mendocino Coast, CA

    Yogurt Culture Made With Chile Pepper Stems

    I know...weird, right? I was interested in making my own almond/hazelnut yogurt and one of the articles that I came across said to inoculate the, "Mother Culture," with Fresno Chile stems. Apparently, they have the same bacteria in them that is used to make plant-based yogurts. The article said that the first batch of yogurt might have a slight, chile flavor, but after that, subsequent batches should not have any chile pepper taste at all. I'm gonna try it!

    * I found the information in Aquafaba: Sweet and Savory Vegan Recipes Made Egg-Free with the Magic of Bean Water

    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 06-13-2018 at 01:58 PM. Reason: remove shouting/all caps

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