Wednesday, September 1, 2010


My mother gave me a yogurt maker recently. I am not sure how she came to be in possession of a yogurt maker, since she does not actually cook. If you open her kitchen cabinets, you are likely to find paint, paint brushes, and paint remover instead of food or pots and pans. I think I have only seen her cooking in the kitchen about 3 times in the last ten years.
So now that I have a yogurt maker, I had to give it a try. All that you need is milk and yogurt (or yogurt starter) and lots of time....Once you have filled the glass containers you need to leave them in the machine for 7 to 10 hours.

The containers are so cute and the yogurt smells delicious.

I made plain flavored yogurt, but I will try adding some fruit next time. I think my mother would be proud to know I used the yogurt maker.

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