A beginner’s guide to Icelandic Yogurt–includes a recipe for making at home
If you tried to make yogurt but it didn’t work, read about what to do next.
Inexpensive but very effective way to strain yogurt using commercial paper coffee filters and a dollar-store colander
Making Greek yogurt produces a lot of whey. Can you use it as a starter to make more yogurt? Find out in this article.
“Why Is My Homemade Yogurt Grainy?” is a discussion about possible causes of grainy texture when making yogurt yourself at home.
If you’ve read more than one set of instructions for making yogurt, you know there’s a vast difference in the amount of starter called for from one recipe to another. This is a report on an experiment to determine the minimum amount of starter needed to make good yogurt at home. It’s less than you think.
If you have ever tried to make your own yogurt, don’t miss this post. If you’ve been thinking about trying it, learn from my mistakes.
Learn how to make your own Greek yogurt with raw (unpasteurized) milk.
Do you have lots of whey on hand after making Greek yogurt? Here is a list of 18+ ideas for using yogurt whey.
Use a fine mesh strainer to turn regular yogurt into Greek yogurt. No cheesecloth necessary.