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    Easy Homemade

    Easy homemade things that make you wonder why you buy these things in the store.

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    A recipe for making inexpensive, yummy, unadulterated yogurt at home. This is thick, so to make it thinner, omit the powdered milk and/or let it work for less time. With planning, this could be set to work overnight (start it about 1.5 hours before you want to be able to leave it alone overnight). We get the best taste with natural, non-homogenized milk. But regular milk works well too. You could double this recipe if you have a big enough pot, enough containers, and 2 heating pads. We don't like using much bigger containers because it seems too liquid-y and doesn't set as well.

    Recipe #473412

    This is a delicious, fun way to make ice cream! The kids love this and it's such a wonderful way to create a group activity! It's great for a camp-out or a birthday party! I don't know who has the most fun, the adults or the kids! Note: You may use fat-free milk and/or fat-free half and half if you choose. You may add broken cookies, small pieces of chocolate, or small pieces of fruit to the mix before, or after, but doing it after, you'll have to do it quickly, or you will have an ice cream puddle. The "squishing" time is in the "cooking" time.For the sake of the computer, the anmount of ice will be more than you need! Source: Allrecipes

    Recipe #407630

    This is an old-world recipe. It is really just drained, salted yoghurt, very easy to make and very easy to preserve. I guarantee that once you have made these and tasted how delicious they are, they will become a staple in your home.

    Recipe #88089


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