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Raw Yogurt Makers?

saxie | Nov 14, 201611:02 AM     10

Making yogurt from raw milk, i want to keep the temperature pretty low, below 110 degrees. i think 104 was the ideal, i can't recall at the moment. of course it won't be thick like commercial pasteurized yogurts, but i want to preserve all the organisms that raw offers. the problem is, my oven's lowest setting is 175. i tried doing the off-and-on method and it sort of worked, but it was really a pain. especially since it's a long / 8 hour process. i've heard of devices you can buy that you can put quart jars inside, which you can regulate temperatures the way i'd like to. but i have no idea even how to do a search for such a thing. what's it called / what category / or maybe, you know what i'm talking about and can recommend something? i'm a good improviser, if it's something designed for another use, maybe it can be rigged for incubating yogurt too? what do you say?

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