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what’s the alternative? YOGHURT

Packed full of probiotic and gut-boosting bacteria, plant-based yoghurts are just as delicious as their dairy-based alternatives, and have the added benefit of being free from cholesterol and packed full of nutrients and flavour. Charlotte Willis talks us through the options…

BEST ALTERNATIVE FOR

DESSERTS, CURRIES, CHILLI AND SOUPS

Coconut Yoghurt

Coconut yoghurt is naturally thick and creamy, meaning that few thickening agents or stabilisers are required to create the delicious texture. What’s more, coconut yoghurt is low in sodium and sugar. The sweetness of coconut yoghurt means it may be slightly too flavoursome for certain savoury dishes and individual palettes. The high fat content in coconut yoghurt also makes it a delightful ingredient to enjoy by the spoonful, and not the tub.

Brands: Coconut Collaborative, Koko Dairy Free.

Taste: Coconut yoghurt is thick, rich, creamy and extremely moreish! Usually made from a combination of coconut cream and full fat coconut milk, there is a slight coconut-y taste to this yoghurt, with a sweeter flavour note contrasting the sharpness of the yoghurt in a perfect balance.

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