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yogurt, thicker?
Status: Approved
Nameyogurt, thicker?
CategoryMiscellaneous
DifficultyEasy
Introduction
hello,
thanks for the helpful yogurt recipes. how can i get my yogurt to be a thicker consistency? has anyone tried plain gelatin?

also, i've used non-fat yogurt and it's worked fine, but what are the benefits of full or lower fat versions (as mentioned on this site)?

thank you for the help :)
josie
Ingredients
cream
Carb countdown milk
Directions
Step: 1One of the thickest, and tastiest yogurts I have ever made was a mix of heavy cream and carb cuntdown milk.

Low fat and non-fat yogurts are often much higher in carbs then the full fat ones. Also many of the popular low carb diets recomend higher fat counts to help compensate for the calories lost when cutting carbs as fat is carb free.

If you really want low or non-fat yogurt, use the carb countdown 2% or skim milk. This will produce a very watery yogurt however. If you take and place the yogurt in a strainer lined with cheesecloth and put it over a bowl in the fridge over night, you will get yogurt cheese which is much thicker. There will be less protien as much of the whey drains off.

Time submitted: Sunday, November 06. 2005 at 02:24:06
Contributed By: Anonymous
 
 

 
 
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