Homemade yogurt made with a2 Milk® is much easier than you might think!
Once you’re able to get through your first batch, simply use a bit of the leftovers to start your next which also makes the process a whole lot easier and inexpensive.
If you don’t eat yogurt enough to justify the investment, you can use a slow-cooker where you only have to preheat it beforehand and turn it off when you go to use it to make it work as an incubator.
Simply follow the step-by-step instructions below!
Heat your whole milk over medium to low heat until it starts to boil, stirring occasionally to prevent skin and foam forming on top.
Remove the pot from heat and allow the milk to cool until it reaches 100ºF.
Gently stir in the powdered yogurt culture according to the amount required, stirring until completely incorporated throughout.
Ladle the milk mixture into the yogurt maker pots (or mason jars). Arrange jars nicely inside the yogurt maker or slow-cooker.
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