This is quite a lovely idea for people who make their own yogurt at home–a herbal infused yogurt. It is VERY simple, yet exotic–using only milk, yogurt culture and your choice of aromatic herb(s) or spice(s). Some delightful herbs I have used are keffir lime leaves, lemon verbena, rosemary, mint, jasmine, lavender, rose, but I am sure there are many others that are fantastic as well. It is good to think about what you will be using the yogurt for, and what herbs go well with a sour flavor. Generally I strain it in to cream cheese and make it into a dip or use it to make cheesecake or other baked items, but it is also fantastic as yogurt. A nice rosemary yogurt added into a carrot and lamb stew is a very delicately delicious addition to a potentially heavy meal….
November 5th, 2010 | Basics, Breakfast, Condiments, Dairy, Fermentation, GAPS/SCD, Medicinal, Recipes, Vegetarian, aromatic, cream cheese, Dairy, dip, health, herb, homemade, infused, keffir, lemon verbena, probiotic, recipe, yogurt
June 28th, 2007
I found this handwritten recipe in one of the many second hand community cook-books I search through for old-fashioned traditional recipes. Whole oranges Whole cloves Powdered orris root Ground cinnamon Method: Select firm oranges. Stick cloves into orange skin, until rind is all cover ...