Freezing natueal yogurt

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  1. Trudy

    Trudy Full Member

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    hi
    can you freeze natural yogurt?..as i can not get it in little pots....i end up throwing half of it away :confused:
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    Trudy
     
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    Give it a try and let us know the result :)
     
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    Not sure if you could freeze it as yoghurt but if you could find recipes that use yoghurt as an ingredient e.g. in sauces then that would be a good way of using it up, and you could probably freeze whatever it was made into. Alternatively, could you make your own yoghurt?
     
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    ok will have a go. and let you know..
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