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01-11-2014 08:56 AM
Jax08
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Originally Posted by Packen View Post
1 teaspoon in each ear but need to massage thoroughly.
STOP! making me laugh! I'm sick and it hurts to cough.
01-11-2014 08:21 AM
David Winners
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Originally Posted by doggiedad View Post
i have a pilot light oven. when my GF makes yogurt she
sits the jars in the oven with the door slightly open. the
oven isn't turned on.
I used to do this when I had a gas oven. Works great and you can make yogurt very cheaply.

David Winners
01-11-2014 07:59 AM
doggiedad i have a pilot light oven. when my GF makes yogurt she
sits the jars in the oven with the door slightly open. the
oven isn't turned on.

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If you really want to control the quality of your yogurt, you can make your own. You can also add different strains of active cultures as you go.

I use Alton Brown's method with a heating pad for the heat source.

David Winners
01-11-2014 02:45 AM
David Winners If you really want to control the quality of your yogurt, you can make your own. You can also add different strains of active cultures as you go.

I use Alton Brown's method with a heating pad for the heat source.

David Winners
01-11-2014 02:17 AM
madis
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organic yogurt has naturally occurring sugar.
Yes I understand, sugar is sugar. Natural sugar is always better for the body of course, but it still feeds yeast. Once again it was only because I thought it went in the ears (like a dummy) lol


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01-11-2014 01:31 AM
doggiedad organic yogurt has naturally occurring sugar.
01-11-2014 01:25 AM
madis
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feed organic yogurt.
Even organic stuff has sugar now that I know it doesn't go in the ears :P lol I'll have to try it out!


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01-11-2014 12:59 AM
doggiedad feed organic yogurt.

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I'm curious too! Wouldn't the sugar in the yogurt encourage yeast growth? (I owned a Basset hound, yeast is a mortal enemy)


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01-11-2014 12:55 AM
madis
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Wait so you feed them yogurt or put it their ears?

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I'm curious too! Wouldn't the sugar in the yogurt encourage yeast growth? (I owned a Basset hound, yeast is a mortal enemy)


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01-11-2014 12:53 AM
gsdsar
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Wait so you feed them yogurt or put it their ears?

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Feed it to them. The other was a joke. I hope.


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