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Posted 22 February 2012 - 12:59 AM

yes making your own yoghurt is really fun - especially when you have your own friut (puré), honey, nuts etc. to mix it with. Then you avoid the ecessive sugar and artifical aromatic compounds that are used in most commercial yoghurts!

And usually you simply use a spoon form any yoghurt as starter - meaning if you start with a greek style yoghurt or a probiotic yoghurt or a plain yoghurt from a local farm - all will taste different! You can also use differnt milk (goat, sheep) and get exciting tastes there! But I am talking about food again......so somebody needs to stop me or I will go on for ages ;)

However good luck with your experiments - and if you find an exciting mixture let us know!
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