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March 15, 2010


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Looks extremely tasty! I will have to try it out and compare it to the ones I usually buy. Maybe it might be better?

By the way, I work as a virtual assistant of The Healthy Moms ( http://www.thehealthymoms.net ), the site is fairly new and I thought I would drop by some mom and health related sites to spread the word.

Jenni Saake "InfertilityMom"

I've always wondered how to do homemade yogurt. Thanks!


We make our own yogurt during the summer from raw milk. The farmer that I get it from taught me the old school way.

I use a half gallon jar of raw milk and add a couple spoonfuls of plain yogurt to it and leave it out on my back porch all day in the sun. Voila! Yogurt!

It's sooo yummy!

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What a very delicious recipe!! I can't wait to try it as soon as possible. Thanks for sharing


I just made my first batch yesterday. I was terrified, but it actually turned out great! We added some vanilla and a bit of honey to ours, and I gave some to the kids with banana sliced into it, and they LOVED it. even asked for seconds. I am definitely going to be doing this again. Its way easy, and so much cheaper than buying the organic stuff in the store.


prairiemom - I'm so glad to hear that your kids liked the homemade yogurt! Even though you add honey, I bet it's less sweet than the pre-sweetened kind. And even if you spring for organic milk, homemade yogurt is still considerably less expensive than buying organic yogurt. What's not to love?


I've been thinking about trying to make yogurt in my food dehydrator. I've been going through a lot of it lately for variations on a plain yogurt snack theme. Gald to know the instructions on makeyourownyogurt work as I have pointed some people that way. Thanks.


Cindy - Have you heard of people successfully making yogurt in a food dehydrator? I hadn't heard of that method before. Please let me know if it works!

Nursing tops

oh cool! this is awesome! love it! you could already make your own Yogurt in your house.. hmmm... interesting. and the best of it is that you could make it in your own taste. nice! thanks!


Missi, when I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali that is how we would make it. The family I lived with taught me that trick. You can achieve the same results by placing it in a window that has direct sunlight all day long. Just make sure you don't have a dairy loving cat or dog!

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