I have a guest post at Kitchen Stewardship today!

>> Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Check out Katie's post on Homemade Yogurt Recipes (So You Can Eat It All the Time), which includes all of my suggestions for how we use yogurt in our house:

When I started making my own yogurt, I quickly learned that the key to making yogurt from my own starter is to make a lot of yogurt. If I make a quart of yogurt a week, my yogurt always turns out great. If I make it every three or four days, even better. But if I go too long between batches of yogurt, my starter loses its "starting power:" I get runny yogurt, or the yogurt doesn’t set at all.

But unless you loooove yogurt, a bowl of tangy, thick milk with fruit gets old fast. So I’ve come up with lots of creative ways to use up our yogurt so I always have a fresh starter…

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If you're not making your own yogurt yet, here's the method I use for making yogurt (though I should update that post to clarify that I make it in a glass jar now rather than the plastic container that came with my yogurt maker because of the problems with heating foods in plastic).

2 comments:

Jenn January 12, 2010 at 8:30 PM  

Thanks for sharing!
I was wondering what kind of yogurt maker you have?

Erin aka Conscious Shopper January 12, 2010 at 10:12 PM  

It's a Salton, and I think I chose it because it was the cheapest one I could find. I like having a yogurt maker because it's pretty foolproof, but it's not necessary. You can use a thermos, or I think Katie's method uses a cooler. She makes a lot of yogurt though...

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