I think I will just buy yogurt it if WalMart gets Oikos back. I did more searches and found a blog where she had ALOT of trouble. Weeks of whey and firstname.lastname@example.org
Milk for making yogurt is often pasteurized before or after culturing or both. Doesn't need to be and shouldn't, but thats what industry does. You can use aksmilker
I have restarted kefir after almost 2 years and kombucha after 1.5 years and now I would like to try something new. I want to make yogurt. But I do not want email@example.com
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