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How to Make Your Own Yogurt

Written by Sun Dahlfred on .

Yogurt with HoneyEating yogurt helps to ensure that good bacteria (in the yogurt) is keeping your gut flora in balance so that you can avoid conditions like a yeast infection, a weak immune system, and even some allergies. Making yogurt is easy and economical. Using quality milk will also ensure that the yogurt you make is more nutritious. You’ll need a thermometer, milk, yogurt, a pot, and an insulating container (which can simply be a foam box with a lid).

  1. Warm milk on low heat to 180 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Let the milk cool to 115 degrees Fahrenheit and stir in a tablespoon of plain yogurt for every liter of milk.
  3. Place overnight in a covered insulator, or just until it is set.
  4. Refrigerate in the morning. And enjoy when chilled.

Optional toppings: Honey, cut fruit, dried fruit, etc.

 

Photo credit: ProjectManhattan

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