Planmas 2019 – Day 2!
Day 1 (subscriber happy mail)

Slow cooker/Crockpot greek yogurt… Pour 1 gallons of whole milk into your crockpot (I’ve found 6-8 quart size works well). Cover and turn to low for 2.5-3 hours until the milk reaches a temperature between 178-184 degrees Fahrenheit. (180 is the sweet spot but anywhere in that range will work perfectly!) Turn your slow cooker off and leave covered for 3 hours. After 3 hours, whisk in 1 cup of starter yogurt (use either one cup of unsweetened plain yogurt from your last batch or use one cup of plain Greek yogurt from the grovery store). Whisk well! Put the lid back on, wrap the entire slow cooker well (I use two kitchen towels and a bath towel) and leave for 12 hours. Strain the yogurt with a colander and cheese cloth or flour sack towel. Reserve the whey for pancakes, smoothies, etc. Sweeten the strained yogurt with honey or maple syrup and enjoy!

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  1. Look at you hitting us with all those edits! Hahaha

    Seeing how simple this is is inspiring me to try. I do have an instant pot so I’ll have to look into how you make it in that. I just think that i pay $4-5 for a container of Greek yogurt. If this is just from a gallon of milk, i could easily pay only $1-2 depending on the sale price. You are selling me on this now.

  2. Aside from adding flavor, the whey provides lacto-fermentation. I've added it to homemade mayo to increase shelf-life, and it makes for the best mayo.

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