7 Yogurt Making Tips For Delicious Homemade Yogurt

Yogurt is easy to make. It’s rich in nutrients, calcium, B12, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, and high in protein.

Homemade yogurt is sweet-tasting, delicious, and easy to make. Read on for 7 yogurt-making tips to produce your first batch of homemade yogurt.

Fresh unpasteurized milk is wonderful but you can use any full-fat fresh milk. You can even use milk powder and low-fat skim milk powder works just as well.

You Can Use Any Type Of Milk

The Milk Needs To Cool To Blood Heat (Body Temperature)

This is one of the most important yogurt-making tips. Leave the milk to cool down until you can dip a finger into the milk without discomfort.

You want to sterilize your container to avoid adding any foreign bacteria. It will also warm the container and help with incubating the yogurt.

Rinse Your Container With Boiling Water

Add Your Starter

You can buy a starter or just use some shop-bought plain natural yogurt. Check the labels and make sure it doesn’t contain sweeteners.

You can also cover it with cling film. Yogurt culture needs oxygenless conditions to work. Put the container in a warm place and leave for 5 to 6 hours.

Place The Lid On Your Container

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