Tag: yogurt

Taylor 9842 Commercial Waterproof Instant Digital Thermometer Review

Taylor 9842 Commercial Waterproof Instant Digital Thermometer Review

I frequently make Greek yogurt at home. It’s a pretty simple process, but there are two moments where temperatures are critical. One is when the milk is heated to 180°F, and the other when it is cooled to 105°F. You add the starter culture at the latter temperature. Too hot and the culture doesn’t grow […]

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Making Yogurt in the STX Dehydra Food Dehydrator

Making Yogurt in the STX Dehydra Food Dehydrator

We’ve owned our STX Dehydra 600 food dehydrator for just over two months now. My model came with a plastic window that could be used for taller objects, like glass mason canning jars. I had read about people making yogurt in their dehydrators, and I was interested to see what it would be like compared […]

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STX Dehydra 600W Dehydrator Review

STX Dehydra 600W Dehydrator Review

Several years ago I started home canning. I have a pressure canner, which allows me to can the things I like to eat safely, like chili :). As the years passed on I started canning less and less. The biggest reason is that most of the food best suited for canning wasn’t food I ate […]

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How to Make Your Own Greek Yogurt

How to Make Your Own Greek Yogurt

We eat a fair amount of yogurt at the house. It gets used mostly for protein shakes and smoothies. Between Sedagive? and myself we were going through a 32 ounce container of Greek yogurt every four days. I typically purchase the Kirkland Greek yogurt available from Costco, which sells for about $6 for a pack […]

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