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Thread: making yougert

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    does any one out there know how to make yougert at home?and what you use, to do the heating process

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    Super Member Lisanne's Avatar
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    No personal experience with this, but maybe you've gotten me to give it a try!

    There seem to be good tutorials and tips on the web.

    http://www.makeyourownyogurt.com/

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How_to_make_...ustrated_guide

    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Yogurt

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    thank you very much : i will let you know how it turns out. my problem is findig the right tool to keep it warm for all those hrs. but now i have some good ideas thanks again

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    We wore out our yogurt maker and haven't replaced it - yet. My favorite yogurt (Oikos by Stonyfield) is pricy, so investing in the yogurt maker would be worth it.

    Not hard to make. Milk and culture (you can use a plain yogurt that has live cultures in it). That's it! After the first batch, you can use your own yogurt as the starter. Now and again you'll need to buy some from the store; it seems that the cultures from home made don't last forever.

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    I just bought a yogurt maker and haven't tried it yet. I love the flavored yogurts, especially key lime. How do you flavor the yogurts you make?

    Margie

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    been years since I made Yougert. I had and prob still do have my maker, and yes you start with a starter.... there was 5 cups I thing in mine. I see them ever so often at the good will.
    but I'd od a search on the net...
    Good luck and let us know how you do with it
    Connie

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    I read a recipe for making yogurt in a crockpot. I don't remember where but thought the idea was good.

    Rita

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    I foung the info

    crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008/10/you-can-make-yogurt-in-your-crockpot.html

    Rita

    Tell me how it turns out

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    I posted how I make yogurt in the recipe section. Try it it's so much better then bought!


    I added a picture to the recipe of yogurt I made.

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    when we lived in caves, it was very easy to make yogurt. you poured milk into a jar, put it on the stove right over the pilot light and went to sleep. next morning, bingo! yogurt.

    now it's become a hooha. i'll give the crockpot a try, but i won't bother with the thermometer. i refuse to add another item to my kitchen. i'm hoping that everything wears out so i can never cook again.

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