REAL FAITH, REAL LIFE, REAL FOOD...AROUND TOWN!
A meal for body and soul!
AMEN!!!!!p.s. We've been making our own yogurt from our Jersey's milk, and it's DeLiCiOuS:)Blessings to you, and enjoy the SUN!
I'm envious. My attempt at making yogurt in the crockpot flopped. The correct temperatures couldn't be sustained. I've found that cow's milk isn't as fussy about the temperature as goat's milk. Then again it just may be my crockpot. The idea is facinating though. I'll just have to make it on the stove.
That's the best kind of Bible: well-worn and well-marked! Mine, too, is full of underlining and highlighting.I'm so thankful that I came across your instructions for homemade yogurt! Next, I would like to use goat's milk, and I can buy goat's milk yogurt in my supermarket. Have a wonderful day!
... daily bread and some dairy!mmmmmm
Amen! I like that- Breakfast of champions! True :)I just enjoyed some of the yogurt I made this afternoon. It's so good honey and berries!
Isn't homemade yogurt superb? It's so wonderfully easy - and tasty - that I really wonder why more people don't try their hand at it.Thank you dearly for your recent comments throughout not only this month, but 2010. They truly mean the world to me and always love it when you stop by Chronically Vintage.Giant hugs & joyful Monday wishes,♥ Jessica
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