Aug 4, 2011

First comes the fresh coconut which you can see above. Then comes the work. With a machete the coconut must be opened, precious coconut water drained and made into kefir. Then the meat is scraped out and made into a yogurt. Now, this is no easy task, but so worth the effort. I use young and old coconut alike as I like a mixture of meat. I simply blend the meat with a little coconut water until creamy and smooth and then add about a 1/4 cup of coconut water kefir that has already been fermented. Place in a jar like in the picture and let ferment about 24 hours. Only fill the jar about half way because the mixture will expand, sometimes more than others. Oh my God!!! That's all I can say! It is so delicious. If you try this at home, make sure you use a kefir starter for the beverage (coconut water). Then when that is fermented after an overnight sleep, you will have the liquid to make the coconut yogurt. Store in fridge. It lasts for weeks.

Jul 28, 2011

Here is my favorite meal to have with the coconut yogurt. Place the coconut yogurt in the bowl first, then cover with an organic apple of choice chopped into bite sized pieces. I love Pink Ladies. Sprinkle on a few raisins and some dried coconut pieces. Then I top with my favorite herbs. In a grinder I have equal parts of fennel, coriander, and cumin. I grind them on top of practically everything I eat, simply because I love them. This meal is my favorite breakfast. Yum Yum Yum!