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    yup its thick in the machine... i just pour any whey away when im taking some out

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    Oops, I've been and bought a 1.5 slow cooker. I already have a massive one which was whey to big

    I am determined to have a go at making yogurt. I buy Asda smart price lo fat normally and at 55p a pot x 3 in the week thats £1.65 a week they are only half a litre too. I reckon that if it would normally cost me £1.10 for a litre and its 59p for a litre of skim milk, then already I've saved half the cost. 20 pots of yog and its paid for the cooker.

    Can I recap the bits I've read and someone tell me if I am right, I hate getting things wrong and can't afford to waste food,

    1 litre of Skim Milk UHT
    1 tbsp of Live Yog - pref Yeo - Room Temp
    1 tbsp Marvel Skim Milk Powder

    Heat milk on high for 3 hours.
    turn off and let cool for couple of hours till approx 100deg (how do you know if you don't have a thermometer)
    Add Yog and Powder. Mix
    Leave to stand for approx 8 hours
    Drain for approx 2-3 hours then tub up.

    Did I get it right LOL. I've read about four pages begining and end of the thread rather than go through the 16 pages, thats what I've kind of gathered from what people have said.


    Oops forgot to say I bought one from B&M stores for £9.99....saved a fiver on the Argos value one.
    Last edited by dukannotsofatty : 23rd June, 2012 at 01:22 PM Reason: Added words

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    Well just to update, I have followed my interpretaions of the instructions, and have watched a few vids on youtube and my yogurt is now starting its overnight faze of its recipes. fingers crossed.

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    Sorry, not been on here for a few days.

    How did your yogurt turn out?

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    What is the difference please between using UHT milk & ordinary milk?

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    UHT is sterilised hun so can be kept on a shelf in its carton prior to opening, has a longer shelf life, doesnt need to be in the fridge until it is opened.

    UHT skimmed milk is best for this recipe. i use it at least three times a week to make yogurt. I buy Aldi red carton of 'cowbelle skimmed milk' I have started (months ago now) making it in the microwave. I pour the milk into the slow cooker bowl, microwave on 600W for 14min. Leave to cool til luke warm, then add room temp live yog. I use 2tbs of my last yogurt. and a good two heaped spoons of skim milk powder. It works for me every time, and saves me a small fortune. i don't drain it at all, it gets me two nearly full 500ml cartons. So it costs me 53p for one carton of milk to make two tubs of yogurt......whereas Asda SM cheap is 55p for 1 carton. Saved double money already.
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    Thanks DNSF
    have been making it in slow cooker using regular milk & wondered what the difference would be. I'm happy with the way it turns out though. You're so right, it does save a fortune. I got my slowcooker just before Christmas & have already saved more than the £19.99 it cost esp as I've used it for cooking other stuff as well!
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    Ok might be aagmg thick here but gotta ask. . . Can I use total yog as a starter ?

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    I don't know, is it a live yogurt. yeo valley green pot is a live one, thats the one I use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukannotsofatty View Post
    I don't know, is it a live yogurt. yeo valley green pot is a live one, thats the one I use.
    Hi now you say that I don't think it is. I think I need a re think
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    What yogurt does everyone use as a starter i have used a low fat one and it has produced a slimy yogurt every time not a bad tasting yogurt but i cant eat it because i hate the texture

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    Fifth time lucky hehe i think i probably now know every solution to every yogurt makin problem hehe

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    I use yeo valley organic (1 little tub to 4 pints of milk) & that works for me.

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