Our most recent model of rice & slow cooker also has a built-in clay yogurt maker. Basically, it’s the settings that allow you to make yogurt in your VitaClay machine. And if you’ve never had clay-batch yogurt, you are in for a treat.
I mean, you could pay $6 per serving to buy clay-batch yogurt in the store (if you can find it), or you could use VitaClay and make your own clay-batch yogurt for pennies: just the cost of milk and a spoonful of yogurt.
Sound appealing? It is. The yogurt made in VitaClay is amazing: it’s thick and creamy and smooth, without any straining. It’s just like Greek yogurt, without the labor-intensive process.
Don’t have a VitaClay, you say? Well, you could get one. VitaClay isn’t only amazing for yourt: it’ll make the best rice you’ve ever tasted. And we have tons of recipes for variation on rice. That’s not all: it’s also a slow cooker, that makes the best stews, soups and roasts you’ve ever had. It’s also great for other stuff, like steel-cut oats, quinoa, millet, steamingand re-heating foods, and things like barbecue chicken wings. ( Make the sauce in there too).
But if you remain unconvinced that you will use such an appliance, or you live in a tiny place with no room for a full-sized VitaClay, you are in luck! We have just come out with a mini-me VitaClay! It specializes in yogurt, and it’s also a personal-sized slow cooker!
So now if you want to be able to use clay to make your own portions of soups, stews, grains, and yogurt, you can now do that in about a quarter of the counter space (not to mention half the price tag)!
So what are you waiting for? Clay it up!