Using a Euro Cuisine Greek Yogurt Maker
This is a guide about using a Euro Cuisine greek yogurt maker
. Greek yogurt can be quite expensive at the grocery store. Using the Euro Cuisine greek yogurt maker is easy to use and will save you money.
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I have been making my own yogurt for about 2 years, which saves me a good chunk of change. I like to make organic Greek yogurt which costs a pretty penny at the grocery store.
I started out making my Greek yogurt using fabric to remove the whey. I found that it was difficult to remove the yogurt from the fabric and I would lose too much doing it this way. When looking for a better way to make my Greek yogurt I found the Euro Cuisine Greek Yogurt Maker. Which has a fine mesh strainer that fits into a plastic bowl base with a lid.
- All you have to do is, once the yogurt is done, simply pour it into the Euro Greek Yogurt Maker's strainer.
- Then put on the lid and stick it in the fridge. Let it strain for anywhere up to 18 hours depending on how thick you like your greek yogurt. I usually leave mine in the strainer overnight.
- Then remove the yogurt from the strainer. It is best to use a rubber spatula for this.
- Use the whey in baking or on your plants, as Judy suggests here:
Whey for Healthy Plants