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Making yoghurt in a slow cooker

March 5, 2013

o frabjous day!

I have a cheap slow cooker that I bought at one point and have rarely used – it sits gathering dust in the pantry. Well, it used to – no longer! It is now a ridiculously large and unwieldy yoghurt maker. I’ve made yoghurt twice, based on this method of making it in a slow cooker. It is terribly satisfying, mostly because I had previously thought of making yoghurt without a special yoghurt maker a very tricky process not to be attempted by someone as slapdash in the kitchen as me.

ingredients:
a dusty, unused slow cooker
2 litres of milk (full cream milk, because why bother to have milk at all if you’re having low fat)
1/2 cup plain yoghurt or a powdered yoghurt culture

At around 4pm, pour the milk into your slow cooker, and turn it on high. Wander off. Do not forget about the milk…

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