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I've been trying to make more homemade food, so I can save some money and be a bit healthier. I love Greek yogurt especially when I get it fresh and homemade from the Greek supermarket (like the one in this pic, the traditional bowl is so cute!). But is there any way I can make it at home? I've seen a bunch of different recipes online, but I would love your advice. It seems like a pretty big task!!

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It is totally possible! I love making it all the time. If you really want it to come out right, you will need a thermometer to check the temperature of the yogurt. It can be quite finicky.
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Yes and it’s so easy to make. You grab a starter from another yogurt like fage grab a gallon of milk bring to a boil ,let rest until you can hold your pinky finger in it and count to 16 with out it burning you, melt in your starter, find a Tupperware with lid, pour mixture in it, find a blanket and 4 bath towels and wrap the Tupperware in it. Let it set for hours 10 maybe longer for yogurt to form

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