How to Make Yogurt in a Crock Pot
If you own a crock pot then you are well aware of the help it can be in the kitchen. Most people think of it for one-pot-wonder meals like chili, soup, or stew.
An additional wonder is that the crock pot can act as a one-pot container for heating and incubating the milk when making yogurt. And it really couldn’t be much simpler.
Note: For heirloom yogurt starters, please activate the starter first, according to the instructions included with your starter.
Crock Pot Yogurt
NOTES: This recipe was developed using a 2-quart crock. If you are using a crock with a different capacity, adjustments may be required.
If your crock pot reaches temperatures greater than 115°F it will pasteurize raw milk, killing the raw milk's ambient bacteria.
If your crock pot does not maintain a consistent temperature, results may vary.
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