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Making Yogurt at Home

morphone | Jan 21, 200912:44 PM     76

I've been getting yogurt at the farmer's market and I'm in love with the fresh taste, so I went out and picked up a used yogurt maker. I'm looking for yogurt recipes (your standard fare - plain, vanilla, fruit, honey, etc) and any tips that you might have. For example, I know there are different kinds of starters, such as "French style," but I don't know the difference and the Goog hasn't been a huge help. Also, is there a different technique used for using different milks, such as cow, goat, sheep, etc?

Any tips, caveats, or recipes you have would be great! Also, cookbook or website recommendations would be awesome as well.

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