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Stay Cultured! -- All Things Yogurt... From Frozen Yogurt To Sunburn Relief
June 15, 2013
Stay Cultured! -- Stay Cultured!, June 2013, Issue #002 -- Fruit Salad With A Surprise Dressing... You'll Want to Eat This All Summer Long
Stay Cultured!, June 2013, Issue #002 -- Fruit Salad With A Surprise Dressing... You'll Want to Eat This All Summer Long
Stay Cultured! brings you the latest additions in cultured dairy.
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In this issue...
1. What's new at Yogurt From Home
2. An exclusive recipe you won't find on the website...
What's NewFresh Apricot Frozen Yogurt Recipe
Another frozen delight for hot summer days. Fresh ripe apricots from the orchard truly make this a summer treat. And you don't need an ice-cream maker. There are directions to make frozen yogurt with and without one.
Classic Banana Frozen Yogurt Recipe
Banana, honey and lemon. Delicious. Again, you don't need an ice-cream or frozen yogurt machine to make this recipe. There are instructions for both ways.
Chicken Divan Recipe
This is a delicious broccoli-cheese-chicken casserole that's excellent as a brunch or supper dish.
4 different ways to substitute buttermilk in a recipe.
Homemade Yogurt Ingredients
The scoop on which ingredients work the best in culturing dairy at home. Along with tips of the trade. Not to mention which store offers the best selection of quality ingredients. At the best prices.
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Fresh Fruit Salad Recipe With Creamy Avocado DressingFresh Fruit Salad Recipe With Creamy Avocado Dressing This fruit salad is a favorite of mine. The first time I made it I wasn't sure how the avocado dressing would taste but the combination of flavors are delicious. If you don't have buttermilk use plain yogurt. Even sour cream, thinned with water, will work in a pinch.
1. Dice the apples. Toss them with lemon juice. Add orange slices, raisins and cashews and mix.
2. To make the dressing put the avocado, buttermilk, honey, lemon juice and lemon zest in a blender or food processor. Process until smooth and creamy. Adjust honey and lemon to taste.
3. Pour dressing on fruit and mix. Garnish with strawberries or cherries. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Credit: Better with Buttermilk by Lee Edwards Benning
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