Doing things the homemade way is always quite a challenge.
My lovely wife is not able to eat any of the things that “normal” people…like myself…are able to consume in mass quantities without adverse side effects.
The avoidable items in our house include but are not limited to-
When she is out of town, I go out an order gluten by the pound, topped with corn, peanuts, rice dipped in chocolate and covered in soy sauce.
When she is not…..we make everything homemade without the afore mentioned ingredients.
Our latest venture into the homemade venturistic stuff n things food type making dealio included attempting to make our own….
You can never have enough yogurt in your system.
Am I right? Who’s with me on this one?
It’s even fun to just say….
We diligently searched for what seemed like days to find a recipe we liked.
We came upon the same conundrum with each recipe.
Here is a sample recipe which pretty much described every recipe for homemade yogurt-
To make homemade yogurt…..you need to add store bought yogurt.
IF I HAVE TO ADD YOGURT TO MAKE HOMEMADE YOGURT WHY WOULD I MAKE IT INSTEAD OF JUST BUYING IT?
Which brings up the obvious question….
How is yogurt REALLY made if it has to be added to itself to be made?
Was it ever really made in the first place?
Is it just another unsolvable dairy mystery?
Those are the questions that have been put on hold….
“Until the cows come home.”