Drained yogurt is made by placing yogurt in a colander lined with kitchen paper and literally draining the whey, the liquid component of yogurt. According to our sister media "En-Eat, " which has actually made and tasted drained yogurt before, it has a thick texture like sour cream cheese and goes well with tomatoes and crackers. It is refreshing and "easy to crunch," he said. Moreover, the low calorie content is a plus. While regular cream cheese has about 345 calories per 100 grams, drained yogurt has only 74 calories. En-Eat says, "I would recommend it as an accompaniment to alcoholic beverages while dieting. Well, I don't think it's a good idea to drink alcohol with snacks while on a diet.
However, it is a hassle to prepare a colander, lay out kitchen paper, and put it in a bowl. It takes up an odd amount of space in the refrigerator, and it's not very comfortable.
So, let me introduce you to Cecile's "Container for draining yogurt. This is a special container that allows you to easily make drained yogurt by simply putting whole commercial yogurt in it. Because it is specially designed for this purpose, there is no need to set the container on kitchen paper, which can be a hassle. The container is transparent and has a scale, so the amount of whey that has been cut can be seen at a glance, and the hardness of the finished drained yogurt can be easily adjusted. And the lid prevents odors from migrating to the refrigerator.
This is also a great feature for those who have never tried drained yogurt before. Ten recipes for using drained yogurt are included in the package, so you can enjoy it right away. If this is not enough for you, please refer to the "Meiji Bulgaria Yogurt Recipe Book" introduced in Engeboku.
In addition to this "container for draining yogurt," Cecile also offers a variety of other kitchen accessories that can save you time and reduce the stress of housework. For example, the "Cuttable Butter Case," which can be cut into 5g (0.18oz) pieces and is useful for baking sweets; the "Salt & Sugar Sarasara Pot," an unglazed jar that keeps salt and sugar in a dry state without hardening; and the "Range de Eco Tray which heats two plates at the same time in a microwave oven.