Gotta admit I love a freshly made glass of homemade lemonade...and this is just another great way to use up whey...(I think you’ve heard enough of my no whey jokes, but oops, there I did it again. I like to think I’m funny!)
So if you are making yoghurt or fresh cheese, you will end up with a lot of whey. What to do with it? I did make a little video which is over on YouTube with a few suggestions. I hope you are keeping up with my daily video tips. They’re available almost every day over on Facebook, and just in case you’re an instagrammer, (while we're all about social media), go follow me there as well! But I digress...
This recipe will get you using up all your whey...you’ll find yourself making ricotta cheese, just to get more whey. (I can’t resist.) Yes whey.
Go and do.
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- 170 Grams water or coconut water
- 100 Grams coconut sugar
- 200-400 Grams fresh citrus juice of choice
- 1 Litre whey
- flavourings of choice as listed
Place water or coconut water and sugar into Thermomix bowl and cook 5 min/80°C/speed 2.
Add citrus juice and whey and stir 10 sec/speed 3.
Pour into sterilized jars with a tight fitting lids.
Add flavourings of choice and leave on your kitchen bench at room temperature for up to 2 days or until bubbles start to form when you move the jar.Refrigerate and strain before drinking.
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