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    Yes we have one. Love it. So easy and much cheaper. We order the sachets online and get lots of flavours and plain delivered at once.

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    @Jontu, when we found it too runny with some flavours/types I just add a bit less water than you're supposed to. Maybe your sister would like it better then?

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    I love mine. I got the half size tubs to. Great for school lunchs.


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    I can post mine @KitiK but it uses the Thermomix and I have no idea how to do it without a thermal mixer. Happy to share though if you have one or want to have a go at doing it without?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I love mine. I got the half size tubs to. Great for school lunchs.
    Can I ask where you got these from? 1 kg is too much for us to use in a week.

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    We just use a thermos, about 700ml. Heat the milk, add culture, put it in the thermos, keep it in a warm place (next to DP's computer) wrapped in a towel overnight)

    Honestly, that's all that thing is. You put a container inside an insulated container of hot water. Actually, it doesn't insulate as well as a thermos... we got rid of ours because we find the thermos works better.

    We use the non-dairy yoghurt culture here
    http://www.sinchies.com.au/yoghurt-cultures-c18/
    It makes about 100 litres, is really tasty, and works well for dairy yoghurt as well as soy, coconut etc. We just add flavour (fruit etc.) afterward if we want it.

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    If you want the easy yo yoghurt thicker just leave it in the maker longer before putting it in the fridge. I normally make mine before I go to bed and put it in the fridge in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gentoo View Post
    Can I ask where you got these from? 1 kg is too much for us to use in a week.
    The yoghurt will last longer than a week because it has been made fresh, so no time transporting, waiting on the supermarket shelf etc.

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    If you want the easy yo yoghurt thicker just leave it in the maker longer before putting it in the fridge. I normally make mine before I go to bed and put it in the fridge in the morning.
    This is what I would do. In winter I used to make it at about 4pm then into the fridge the next day. In summer just overnight would make it thick enough.

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    We've just started using it and only tried plain so far but it seems pretty good, will try using the methods suggested to make it a bit thicker next time I think.
    I have a friend with 3 kids who goes through tons of yoghurt each week and it saves her a bit of money.
    The half tubs would be handy as I'm not a big yoghurt fan so DS is really the only one who eats it.

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    I make 1 litre then straight away bag it up into individual My Lil Pouch reusable squeezies. It makes 10 and easily lasts 10 days when it was just DD and she'd have one a day.


 

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