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Old 09-29-2012, 05:22 PM   #2
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Re: Why is making yoghurt such an issue?

Our house is ~60* these days (cooler at night). What works in India doesn't always work here. I did mention in the other thread that my friend's oven light warms her oven sufficiently to set the yogurt; I tried it in my oven and no-go. I have found a relatively easy method for me that uses a warm water bath in a cooler to keep the water from cooling too quickly, but even then I have to warm up the water a few times during the incubation, so it's not fool-proof.

I think that the thermometers are helpful when someone is figuring out how to get it to work, so that they can develop a feel for the correct temperature range. I used it the first two times I made yogurt, but not since then.
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