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    Buwahahahahaha!!!! Seriously dying laughing!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lecale View Post
    honestly I can visualize him looking for the soy sauce, fix 'er right up!

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    yougurt update.

    ok. started at 1 . finished and in jars at 1:30 .
    out of cooler at 5.
    checked at 9 pm. thickening up nicely. hopefully by am, it will be.

    I used orginal vanilla yourgurt 1 1/3 c
    and 4 L homo milk.

    cost aprox 5.00
    made 5 quart jars.

    added 3 capfull of vanilla and no sugar.
    tastes nice.
    little thin still, as I said, hoping by am it will be thick.
    will definatly make again if not thick again. it has alot of potential.
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    Sounds exciting Gisele! Looking forward to your updates
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giseledta View Post
    yougurt update.

    ok. started at 1 . finished and in jars at 1:30 .
    out of cooler at 5.
    checked at 9 pm. thickening up nicely. hopefully by am, it will be.

    I used orginal vanilla yourgurt 1 1/3 c
    and 4 L homo milk.

    cost aprox 5.00
    made 5 quart jars.

    added 3 capfull of vanilla and no sugar.
    tastes nice.
    little thin still, as I said, hoping by am it will be thick.
    will definatly make again if not thick again. it has alot of potential.
    I wonder if you could add like lemon extract to make lemon yogurt. Or fruit. hmm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lecale View Post
    The PC Too Good to be True and Twice the Fruit line of jams are great with yogurt...not as sugary as regular jams (they are a soft sloppy jam/not a "set" style jam) that would be my first pick

    Chopped dates and walnuts would also be another good add-in

    I think lemon extract is a bit too bitter to use to flavour yogurt. I would try grated lemon rind. Maybe it's just me. Anyway Clubhouse makes a banana extract too, another idea. I bet the LorAnn's extracts that come in the wee bottle at Bulk Barn (for candymaking) would give you a good flavour for yogurt.

    The possibilities are endless...
    I make my own vanilla extract and I've been toying with the idea of making my own lemon and mint extracts. So, so easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insane View Post
    I think that's the point. To illustrate how the billions of people around the world actually live. How lucky we are to live in Canada. It seems to me to be just a different version of the "30 hour famine" we used to do as teenagers.
    And they still do... our church kids are doing it this spring. I remember when it first started. But I was young, REALLY young! LOL!

    Quote Originally Posted by Giseledta View Post
    yougurt update.

    ok. started at 1 . finished and in jars at 1:30 .
    out of cooler at 5.
    checked at 9 pm. thickening up nicely. hopefully by am, it will be.

    I used orginal vanilla yourgurt 1 1/3 c
    and 4 L homo milk.

    cost aprox 5.00
    made 5 quart jars.

    added 3 capfull of vanilla and no sugar.
    tastes nice.
    little thin still, as I said, hoping by am it will be thick.
    will definatly make again if not thick again. it has alot of potential.
    Great! I will have to try this then. Please keep us "posted."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insane View Post
    This lady makes all her own cultured dairy.

    http://heavenlyhomemakers.com/five-m...cultured-dairy
    I've never tried it, but here's another recipe using the slow cooker. Based on the comments it seems to work.
    http://onceamonthmom.com/homemade-fr...e-slow-cooker/
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    I would love to make my own yogurt, but heating and cooling to certain temperatures is too much with a 2 year old around. I might try the slow cooker version and see how that goes

    I need to by some ground beef and stock up on homemade spagetti meat sauce to freeze. It's great when you're in a rush and need a quick healthy meal (whole wheat pasta and sauce has veggies snuck in )

    Off to scour the flyers to see what I can come up with for this week! Last week was a lot of frozen meals, but last night we had some tilapia, with rice and veggies. yum yum!

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    I've been stalking this thread for days now and I'm bookmarking it to stalk some more!! Love all the tips and tricks you ladies have posted
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    I have gotta stop looking at the flyers.... My grocery list is getting bigger and bigger... Is anyone else like this? I think next week I'm cutting my budget to $25 and using up a lot of what I have here at home.
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