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Sorry not to thread crap, but one can use oven (of the cooking range) in off mode for uniform and appropriate heat to get best curd - trust me on this.. whetger its freezing cold outside or summers, oven range provides constant mild heat (from pilot light) for perfect curd everytime with no utensils to wash... !!
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Last year, I bought yogurt maker.

we can make yogurt at home. In winter, need to keep for 8 hours and in summer need to keep for 5-6 hours.
In small investment, I can eat fresh homemade yogurt all year long and can add real fruits for flavors.

And I know, what's inside rather than yogurt from grocery store.
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Reviews are so so. Most people complained about the heating element failures. However they managed to replace it from Rosevill
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Quote from dealhelp View Post :
Last year, I bought yogurt maker.

we can make yogurt at home. In winter, need to keep for 8 hours and in summer need to keep for 5-6 hours.
In small investment, I can eat fresh homemade yogurt all year long and can add real fruits for flavors.

And I know, what's inside rather than yogurt from grocery store.
How much does that usually cost with fresh ingredients making your own?
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How much does that usually cost with fresh ingredients making your own?
there is two ingredients: milk+some yogurt from former batch. Therefore approximately price of half gallon milk+electricity.
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There's no need for this.
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Nice price.
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Quote from NITISOOD35 View Post :
Sorry not to thread crap, but one can use oven (of the cooking range) in off mode for uniform and appropriate heat to get best curd - trust me on this.. whetger its freezing cold outside or summers, oven range provides constant mild heat (from pilot light) for perfect curd everytime with no utensils to wash... !!
Not everyone's oven has a pilot light. Many ovens are electric.
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Must. Not. Buy.. Another... Unitasker....
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Not everyone's oven has a pilot light. Many ovens are electric.
Even gas ovens usually have a starter element these days, not a pilot light.
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Even gas ovens usually have a starter element these days, not a pilot light.
Some people just use one of the candles that they use to light their home.
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I make my own yogurt at home - for anyone interested it's really easy. All you need is about 2-3 tablespoons of starter yogurt - this can be from any bought from the shop - make sure it says "live bacillus" - the best is from yogurt from an Asian/Indian shop - you CAN use ones from say Walmart - but all these contain gelatin so your first few batches may have a weird consistency. I generally use about 2-3 cups of 2% milk -- I've tried Aldi, Walmart, Walgreen & Sams club - the best has been from Sam's - which is odd as I always believed milk was generally the same (but you can really tell the difference when you make yogurt)
Boil the milk (it doesn't have to completely boil but the principle is you want to kill any bacteria present in the milk) , let it cool down so that it's warm (best way is to check by putting a few drops on the back of your hand) then add the yogurt starter.
Place in a preheated oven (360 should work) -- make sure you SWITCH OF THE OVEN - and then depending on the weather and temp in your home - you'll have fresh yogurt in about 5-8 hrs - if after 4-6 hrs it's still not quite set - don't panic - you can warm up the oven or just wait for another 3-4 hrs. Take it out of the oven when it tastes like yogurt and set (if you like it a bit sour you can leave it out a bit longer, if you like it thicker like Greek - drain off excess water every 2-3 hrs till set)....it settles down and becomes thicker after you place it in the fridge...
I've also found using a glass or metallic bowl works best
Voila - FRESH delicious yogurt with no artificial ingredients....and it never runs out if you always remember to keep a little aside as starter for the next batch...
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Some people just use one of the candles that they use to light their home.
candle? you mean that fire outside of my cave?
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If you use a stove for this and don't have a pilot, just turn on the oven light and wrap the pot in a couple towels. I used this method for a year, making 1 gallon at a time every 3-4 days. No problem. Heat milk to 185, cool to 108 in a sink filled with cold water, add culture, mix, leave in oven overnight. Regular plain yogurt. Dump the yogurt into a mesh bag, hang over sink for 4-5 hours, thick greek yogurt.
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