Making yogurt

Making one’s own yogurt is very easy with this little contraption. We use it in place of sour cream sometimes, or make Greek yogurt with it, or just eat it with some homemade jam.


5 thoughts on “Making yogurt

  1. Robyn, the brand is EuroCuisine and I had bought it on Amazon 5-8 years ago. I couldn’t find it locally then. It’s handy and easy though I leave it on a lot longer than their suggested time. But it works great otherwise. 🙂


  2. Monica, go for it! It’s not expensive…or it wasn’t anyway.

    Sylvia, it’s a simple incubator that you don’t have to keep checking. Some people use ovens or crockpots too. I like that this is compact. Plus, I don’t like to turn on the oven in the summer and we use the crockpot for many other things.

    You still have to heat up the milk to 180, then let it cool down to about 110. Add the bacteria either as a couple of tablespoons of an previously made yogurt or as a powder. Stir it all in well, and pour into the little glass jars that come with this incubator. I bought extra jars so I can have up to 14 jars of it in the fridge if I wanted. 🙂


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