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#11 Tue 24 Apr 12 1:44pm

BritFinn

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

I wonder if I could try it in the bread oven, now we're not having a fire every day, the low temperature is about 50C, or maybe that's too hot! hmm   It just might be worth trying  wink

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#12 Tue 24 Apr 12 4:11pm

Grandmadamada

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

hmm  think maybe too hot i remember 42 c. +or-

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#13 Wed 25 Apr 12 11:33am

julieanne70

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

IT WORKED, IT WORKED!!!!

mrgreen  mrgreen  mrgreen

I am so happy, my yoghurt is lovely & creamy, and so yummy!

Thank you, thank you all very much for your replies!

What a day, I also havested my first ever broccoli, there is just no end to my talents now - lol


kiss  kiss   wink  wink

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#14 Wed 25 Apr 12 11:43am

mummza

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

thumbsup  thumbsup  big_smile

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#15 Wed 25 Apr 12 1:39pm

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

Cheers for you Julieanne!
A frabjous day! big_smile

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#16 Wed 25 Apr 12 3:03pm

Grandmadamada

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

evvivaaa!!!!! enjoy this day Julie, you'll remember it like one remembers the first love smile

Last edited by Grand_Ma (Wed 25 Apr 12 3:03pm)

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#17 Wed 25 Apr 12 7:01pm

BritFinn

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Member since Thu 26 Aug 10

Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

Well done, I really want to try it now.  I just need to work out what live yoghurts called in Finnish!

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#18 Wed 25 Apr 12 7:59pm

Grandmadamada

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

I start with a plain full fat yogurth with no sugar or fruit added, and use 2 tbsp to start my yogurth and 1 lt. full fat high quality milk, I discovered half liters confezioni are milk out of date reheated, so when making yogurth I try to choose the best I can find
wink good luck Britt wink

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#19 Thu 26 Apr 12 6:55pm

BritFinn

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

Well I spent ages today in the supermarket, standing looking at the various yoghurts.  But I couldn't find any live yoghurt.  However, there were loads of them with various probiotics in them.  So I wondered is this the same thing, but just with a trendier modern name?  hmm

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#20 Thu 26 Apr 12 9:26pm

Grandmadamada

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Re: Homemade Yoghurt - Help Please..

I would look for a Demeter marked one, or wait for The White Rabbit to explain us in English what I read about the many differences in all the yogurths on sale and their labels in an italian post googling probiotic  homemade yogurth  think

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