FOXEYROXEY - I think it's extremely easy to make and clean up. You just heat your milk to boiling and then let it cool to a certain temp and add your starter yogurt, mix, put in the jars and start. I will usually start it before I go to bed and it's ready when I get up in the AM. I don't eat it the first day because it would still be warm (YUCK!!), because I only eat my yogurt for my AM 9:30-10:00 "meal/snack".
My yogurt will usually have a clear liguid on the top and it has varied in amount on each batch. I know I have a good batch when the yogurt is firm and there is very little liquid and I'm not sure what is making the difference between batches. The batch this AM turned out perfect.
I have noticed that using a plain yogurt starter from the store, instead of one of my jars of homemade yogurt as a starter, does make my yogurt turn out firmer.
Thanks for your input so far. I did look up online and was able to tell my husband that I'm OK to be making it with soy milk. He still is skeptical though.
Edited by: KRZY4JESUS at: 8/4/2008 (07:25)
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