A couple of weeks ago, Jojo was making a batch of yogurt with milk in it.
I had never heard of jojos milk bar until I saw her recipe.
I’m so glad I was able to try it out and make some of my own.
The first thing I did was make the milk.
I used an organic goat milk from the dairy farm that was at the local grocery store, which came in at $4.50 per ounce.
Then I used the milk to make the dough, which included some homemade yeast, flour, and salt.
I baked it in the oven at 425 degrees for about 30 minutes, which gave it a nice golden brown crust.
Jojo also made a milk tea recipe.
Here’s how she described it in her blog post:You will be rewarded with a smooth and chewy, rich and creamy milk, which you can drink straight from the pot.
Jojos homemade yogurt has a wonderful flavor, and it’s perfect for those of you who want to make your own homemade yogurt.
The ingredients list for the jojoba milk bar is simple: two tablespoons of jojo’s, two tablespoons coconut oil, and two tablespoons water.
I added the water and added a little more coconut oil to make it more creamy.
I made a few batches of the yogurt using the jojo bar and milk tea, but you can use whatever milk you like.
I’ve been experimenting with making my own yogurt for a few months now and I can tell you that I love it.
The flavor is absolutely divine and it tastes amazing!
Here’s a video I made of my batch of joji’s milk:If you love jojocas homemade yogurt, I hope you give it a try.
I promise you’ll be happy with your results!