Price: 💰 Very Reasonable
Dahi (Unflavoured Yogurt) was an integral part of my lunch everyday before I turned vegan.
After I turned Vegan in 2018, Ritwik and my mom tried to recreate Vegan yogurt for me. They tried Soy, Peanut, and Cashew Yogurt.
Cashew Yogurt tasted the best and was the easiest to make, but we couldn’t get the perfect texture. I loved the Cashew Yogurt Chaas (savoury, spiced butter milk). That’s what we served at Imagine Cafe and the customers were crazy about our Chaas.
The Peanut and Soy Yogurt would have a distinct flavour but they set very well. And it was a lot of effort to make them. I wouldnt like eating them plain but as Raita or Chaas, they both tasted good.
Chetran’s Soy Yogurt has the perfect texture – it is incredible how perfect the texture is! This high quality of the product is what separates it from every other Vegan Yogurt that we have tried. There is definitely a slight Soy flavour though – which I have now gotten used to and maybe even like! The other game changer is the price – 200 grams of Yogurt for just Rs.20 (25 cents US)! That is crazy value for money.
Their packaging size is very convenient. There are days when I just pick up one of these and start eating it from the cup.
The small packaging also ensures that the product doesn’t get spoilt and wasted. Some brands only supply Big 1L packagings but in a small household likes ours it then becomes difficult to finish the whole thing in time and it gets spoilt.
This curd works extremely well in Chaas, Raita and marinades. The texture is what really sets it apart from everything else that we have tried.
It is a must-have, pocket-friendly essential in every Indian Vegan household.
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