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    Default Homemade Yogurt

    Don't know why I waited so long to do this. Yogurt is ridiculously easy to make. First batch came out great.



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    very cool man......

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    Yep and if it is too "watery" or loose just cheescloth and a bowl and let it drain through the cheescloth it will be thick like peanutbutter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailsmaker89 View Post
    Yep and if it is too "watery" or loose just cheescloth and a bowl and let it drain through the cheescloth it will be thick like peanutbutter
    Yogurt cheese !! yum

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    You can flavor it with sugar free instant pudding mix (about a heaping tablespoon/ quart) , which comes in a multitude of flavors...

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    How'd you do it? I made farmers cheese the other day. It was pretty good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infantryboy56 View Post
    How'd you do it? I made farmers cheese the other day. It was pretty good too.
    I just brought a quart of whole milk to a simmer (for 5 min)
    Turned off the heat and let the milk cool to about 110 degrees
    stirred in a couple tablespoons of Plain Greek Yogurt
    Poured the mixture in a spill proof tupperware type container and wrapped it in a blanket with a heating pad set to low
    after 4 hours it went in the fridge for the night

    lots of youtubes on it, give it a go
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    My mom does it all the time and I love it! Glad to see were not the only ones!

    God bless -J

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    You can flavor it with sugar free instant pudding mix (about a heaping tablespoon/ quart) , which comes in a multitude of flavors...
    Good to see ya Eagle, thanks for the tip!
    sot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailsmaker89 View Post
    Yep and if it is too "watery" or loose just cheescloth and a bowl and let it drain through the cheescloth it will be thick like peanutbutter
    I decant a serving each evening and drain it on a coffee filter in a sieve overnight in the fridge. Comes out very dense as you say. I pour the collected {whey?} out onto the dog's kibble in the morning. She loves it and I assume it's good for her gut.

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