Yogurt is something I’ve wanted to try to make for a very long time. Had I known just how easy it was I would have been making it since high school (we won’t talk about how long that may or may not be).
When I first went vegan I was already regularly making granola, and eating it atop my store-purchased vegan yogurty goodness. So, two days ago I borrowed a yogurt maker (I hear you can use a crock pot as well. However, that takes a good attention span. …I do not have a good attention span.) and gave it a go.
Some yogurt makers are relatively inexpensive (you can grab one for $20 or so). If you REALLY like yogurt, I REALLY recommend you make the investment. Otherwise, look up the other kooky-attention-requiring methods that my ADD prevents me from even thinking about trying. However, I MAY try to adjust a recipe. Check back for updates on that one. My one real complaint about the yogurt maker is that it really only holds 6 cups of liquid. After Greekifying the yogurt, that ends up being about 2 cups. Continue reading