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I really don't know much about Greek yogurt. I know it's thicker, but I don't buy it, I've heard other bloggers saying they strain theirs with cheesecloth to make it thicker like Greek yogurt.
I remember the comments (referred to in the original post below) were extensive; but I don't remember if those comments specifically discussed Greek yogurt.
Hi Carol! Do you know if it works for Greek Yogurt?
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I've heard of people doing this, but never had any idea how easy it was. Thanks for the link.
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This one uses Stephanie O'Dea's recipe (embedded link is provided).
Stephanie O'Dea is The Crock Pot Lady, her site is A Year of Slow Cooking. When you click on the link to her site, read the comments at Stephanie's site. It tells you how to make the yogurt thicker (if desired).