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    Super Member ljptexas's Avatar
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    Feb 2010
    NE of Fort Worth

    Homemade yogurt....

    [SIZE=3][FONT=Comic Sans MS]Homemade Yogurt (from my DD in China)

    - Mix 2 c. lukewarm water with 2 c. milk powder (whole makes it too thin).
    - Add 3 tbsp. yogurt starter (use either from what you have on-hand now or buy the thickest you can find.
    - Add 2 c. extremely hot water (I boil mine).
    - Mix well & store overnight in airtight container, cover with towel in a controlled environment (like inside oven, microwave or toaster oven).
    - In the morning, you should have thick unsweetened yogurt that needs refrigeration before eating.
    - You can add sweetener (like honey, vanilla, sugar) at any time. We like to add honey for each individual serving.
    - You can double or triple receipe.
    She has 5 kiddos, so she makes from scratch & in bulk....[SIZE=3][FONT=Comic Sans MS]
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    Super Member ptquilts's Avatar
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    Jun 2010
    home made yogurt is wonderful! I agree, you have to add extra milk powder to make it thick. I usually put it in glass jars and stand them in hot water inside a cooler chest. Replenish hot water as needed, usually done in about 6 hours.

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