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A quick simple method to make yoghurt

I enjoy plain yoghurt on my muesli for breakfast - and this is how I make it. I know of no easier or quicker recipe than this!

You will need:

Ingredients to make about 1kg yoghurt


My haybox, also known as a fireless cooker, is made from a polystyrene broccoli box and lid, though I would like to use a wooden box when I get a chance to make or find one with a lid. The first incarnation of my haybox used scrunched up newspaper for the insulation. I didn't like the way that the ink transferred to my hands and pots. Now in the box I have two cushion covers loosely filled with recycled bean bag beans. 

I make a nest for the container or pot in the middle of the bottom bean bag bean cushion, snuggle the containers into the nest, then cover them with the other bean bag bean cushion. I put the lid on top and then leave the lot in a spot where it will not be disturbed for the duration of the cooking or setting process (on the top of the washing machine! Please note that the power cable goes to the washing machine that the box is sitting on and has nothing to do with the haybox!).

Fuelless cooker made of recycled materials and being used as an insulated place to make yoghurt