If you look at the price of a litre of milk and the price of a dinky pot of yoghurt it is clear that yoghurt manufacturers are making a healthy profit. If only it were possible to make yoghurt at home… It is.
All you need is a wide-necked thermos flask, some milk, a pot of yoghurt and some milk powder. Want to know how to make yoghurt? Read on.
What to do with the yoghurt? Eat it with muesli, use it to make salad dressing, make Greek tzaziki (squeeze the juice out of the cucumber or it will be too runny), make Indian Lassi (come home), make Iranian Doogh, make ice cream with it, eat it with a dollop of your favourite jam… the possibilities are virtually endless.