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    Mrs WC - yogurt
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    cinder44 posted:
    So how did your yogurt turn out? This blog about crockpot yogurt was on my Facebook. You could try it if yours didn't work out.

    http://fix-itandforget-it.com/blog/2011/12/28/facing-the-new-week-with-a-fresh-batch-of-slow-cooked-yogurt/
    Me, DH, DD(5), DS(5)
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    mrswhitecastle responded:
    Mine turned out pretty well. I will adjust it next time a bit since I do want it a bit thicker. Elizabeth didn't like it, but that's probably because I didn't add any sugar. For my first try, though, it was pretty good!
    Emily (7) Elizabeth (5)
     
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    cinder44 replied to mrswhitecastle's response:
    Can post the recipe or a link? I'm curious. I think instead of sugar I would add fruit & the above recipe calls for vanilla
    Me, DH, DD(5), DS(5)
     
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    mrswhitecastle replied to cinder44's response:
    I think the vanilla is a good idea. I found another recipe that adds maple syrup. That sounds really good, too.

    This is the recipe I used. I used skim milk, but I bought 2% to make it this time.

    -Heat 42 oz milk to 180*. Then cool to 110*.
    -Mix 6 oz plain yogurt into milk. (Once you make the yogurt, you can then use that as a starter next time.)
    -Let it sit at 100* for 10 hours. (I bought a yogurt maker, but you can use your oven. I just didn't like the idea of having my oven on that long.)
    -Cool in fridge for 3 hours.
    Emily (7) Elizabeth (5)


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