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homemade yogurt

Post by nanana » Sat, 24 May 2014 11:08 pm

Anyone make your own yogurt here? May I have the recipe?

i'm not sure if it is my technique or the live culture that I used. I tried to make my own yogurt using those yogurt bought from supermarket, but it just won't set.

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Post by PNGMK » Sat, 24 May 2014 11:32 pm

Most commercial yoghurt cultures have been 'killed' to prevent others using them. (I think they use heat or irradiate the yoghurt - even the pot set ones), possibly there's some health dept rules in that as well.

You need to find someone else with live cultures or get some from a shop that sells these things (on an overseas trip).

My mother in PNG kept a yoghurt culture going for almost 10 years. (i.e you take a little bit from the set yoghurt to make the next one).

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Post by nanana » Sun, 25 May 2014 9:17 pm

Oh dear! Thanks for the info! Kinda heartache now to think of the amount of fresh milk wasted for the last couple of weeks! No wonder my yogurt won't set at all.

I used to have the Easiyo yogurt maker. But I don't think the product is very good quality as sometimes my yogurt won't set too.

If anyone is making own yogurt, mind if I have some of your live cultures?

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