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Friday, February 23, 2018

Make Your Own Yogurt!



Growing up, we ate either ice cream or sherbert. I'm fairly positive I never ate yogurt until I was an adult. Even then, it never happened until I started trying to lose weight. I have found, that not all yogurt tastes good and you have to do your own taste experiments to figure out what you like.

Now I know, yogurt isn't for everyone, and plain yogurt is especially different, but keep reading. It is left open, so you can add anything you want to make it taste differently. I personally used strawberries, and it was pretty yummy! So, please put your own spin on it.

Now, first you have to get yourself some of this Bio Yogurt starter Culture On Amazon and then you can get started. The process is pretty simple, but it does take quite awhile to do, the best part, is you don't need anything special to do it.

First, you take a liter of milk and you bring it to a boil. Sit it to the side and let it cool down to almost room temperature.

Pour in the culture packet and make sure you stir it well. it will of course still be very watery and runny even with extra stirring.

Now next you have to incubate the mixture. You can do this a few ways, but I chose to do it in the microwave. First, move the mixture to a container and then wrap the top with foil before putting the lid on. Then wrap it in two towels, After you have that done, hea up a microwave safe potholder and then pop the mixture in when done. The potholder, (I used silicone) should hold the heat in for quite awhile. I kept it in mine from 4 pm to 9 am.

When that is done, transfer it to the fridge. It was still watery on me at this point. I had doubts on whether or not it would work. Leave it in the fridge for about a day without opening or moving it.

After that, you can open and enjoy. If it isn't thick enough, you may be able to put it back in for a bit longer and see if it will thicken some more. as I said earlier, I added strawberries and it really helped to improve the taste.

Original yogurt will never be my thing, but you make a lot with one packet and I think this is definitely worth it for the money! The process can be crazy and remember there are other ways to do it, so always google and find out if you don't know. Make sure you click the blue url above to go to the Amazon page, and order, or go here:

Thank you so much for reading everyone. If you make your own yogurt please let us know your methods below. Thank you so much for being you and being amazing!

I received this product in exchange for my honest opinion.

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