Continuing the discussion from Deep Thought of the Day:
Expanding on the idea from @monkeyoh and as @jlw has been giving us some great recipes, here’s my contribution to further the boundaries of gastronomic science - Yoghurt made from chocolate milk.
I know, awesome, right?!
And here are the contenders…
Rush Strong Iced Coffee - Fun fact, Iced Coffee outsells Coca-Cola in South Australia, one of the few places in world where it does. This, however, is not that brand. Nor is it connected with Geddy Lee.
Rush Iced Chocolate - On a twofer at the local Colesworth. May contain amphetamine. May have just be made in a hurry.
Breaka Limited Edition Caramel Brownie Milk - You fool, Smash, I hear you say. This is a limited edition! You should be saving this in pristine condition as an investment! Well, I’m just that committed to the greater good.
Just Natural Malt Honey and Chocolate - Sadly, no unnatural ingredients. But as yoghurt works best when it’s wholegrain and hand-woven, this is my last, best hope for success.
For the starter culture, I’m using Jalna’s Live, free-range, all-organic, bio-dynamic, no-need-to-panic, not made from ceramic yoghurt. With extra hippies.
OK, seriously, this is what I actually use for a starter culture for my normal yoghurt, about once every few months when re-using home-made stuff gets to be too sour. Leaving aside all the BS marketing speak, it’s tasty stuff and whatever cultures they’re using suits my taste very well.
And into the incubator they go. I’ll be back to see what went on later. Off to see the two cricketing powerhouses of Ireland and the UAE square off today. Rain is expected, and so is the pub.