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I didn’t think that Greek Yogurt would be that much different than the yogurt I usually bought, until I tried it. The fact that it has twice the ...
Supplies: 6 oz. of plain, active culture Greek yogurt 3 quarts skim milk Crockpot/slow cooker Quart jar Spoon Cup Thermometer Oven or Wonder Box (not shown, directions found ...
Pour 3 quarts of skim milk into the slow cooker. Put in on “warm” and let the milk slowly get up to 140°.
I checked it every 1 hour or so. It took my slow cooker 5 hours to get up to the required temp.
Once the milk has reached the required temperature, mix the 6 oz. of yogurt with a cup of the warm milk. Mix them well. Pour the yogurt mixture ...
At this point I put the stoneware part of my slow cooker into the Wonder box. This will hold the temperature for long enough for the lactase (milk ...
You will know you have reached the right stage when you open the lid and you see a layer of whey on top of the yogurt. Whey is ...
Take a spoon and dip off as much whey as you can into the quart jar. Whey is great to use in baking, especially in baking things that ...
Put your yogurt into a storage container and store in the fridge, thus slowing down the fermentation process, using as you will, and saving the last 6 oz. ...
I like honey on mine. YUMMMMMM! Enjoy!
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