Today I wanted a vegan yoghurt for breakfast, but had only soy milk. However, I did have soy milk! So why not experiment!
Let’s start with some pictures from the mess I made
I heated the milk in a pot to thicken it a bit. I began on medium heat and then lowered to 20% when I saw that skin was forming! No skin please, the fat needs to stay uncoagulated!
I craved some fingerfood as well, and pulled out four 🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮 Finnish flags? No, super savoury sourdough crackers! Some crunchy peanuts spread, four banana slices on each and four nuts; walnut, cashew, almond and hazelnut!!! What a fortuitous formation for a family feast free of faunic fatalities! 🐒 Fabulous! Translating the alliteration: I am glad to present you such a unforseen yet perfectly servable (both my parents ate a cracker) cruelty-free vegan meal! ❤🐮🐷🐔🙏 #govegan #7dayveganchallenge #compassion #endspeciesism
What more could I do to get a good consistency for the yoghurt replacement? I rummaged through my parents freezer and found a plethora of frozen berries which I all threw in a mixer; lingonberries, blueberries, pomegranate cores and blackcurrant!
I whipped up the soy milk in a separate more narrow container. It was A LOT, and sprayed all over the kitchen when I tried whipping in the pot.
But by mixing the berry sludge with the whipped dehydrated soy milk, I got a yummy replacement for yoghurt! In fact, it was not as thick and perhaps good for losing weight.
I topped with sliced kiwi and grapes and the banana piece I had left from preparing the crunchy nutty finger foods.
Finally, there was still soy milk foam left, I served it in a high glass with blueberry juice!! Vitamins
I served everything on a tray, and went out on the porch to get a more beautiful shot:
Tadaa! Some close ups
The photos of the drink were grainy, and I had to take one later indoors with my mobile phone, since my camera had run out of battery
Some of the foam was later used to turn my mothers black coffee into a cappuccino ☕