Yogurt Churner Extraordinaire

We have, it appears, aquired a yogurt maker. Not a contraption you understand but a person for, unbeknown to us,  and unbeknown to him,  it turns out our guest has a talent. Since last Friday he has become a yogurt churner extraordinaire.  Yogurt is emerging in fruity flavours by the litre.  A litre of cherry has been consumed, twice, banana almost consumed and a litre of boysenberry has now appeared in the fridge overnight. 

How did we he step-step son discover he had this culinary talent, and more to the point the desire ?  

I use the Easyo system;  pour powder in,  wait 8 hours and serve for breakfast for the next week.   Well,  I did use the Easyo system,  now he does. 


This started last Friday with a text from houseguest step-step son. 'Can I make myself a yogurt?'  I think he thought the packets were an instant dessert.  

I rang and talked him through it ending with  '...then wait eight hours.'  I fully expected to find no yogurt when I got home that day.  Instead for two days I found no yogurt any day. 

You see he did make the yogurt,  he then ate the yogurt and made another one the next day, and ate that. 





Now on day 5 he has an efficient  fermentation line going to the benefit of all of us.  As one tub is almost finished he starts making the next batch. A smooth operation has been developed ensureing a ready supply for my breakfast and his every meal.


I told him I'd buy him a kit of his own  for Xmas.  His eyes lit up. 'I'd love that.  I could have  a complete shelf of different yogurts in the fridge then .'

I think he's not doing too badly as it is.



9 comments:

  1. Wow.
    I think there is a career ahead of this boy as a house-guest. I would love to have him making yoghurt here...

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    1. I'll point him in that direction as a career choice.

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  2. I'm going to have to check into this.... sounds like something I could make for Bill's breakfast and my lunch (we have different eating habits ;-)...... Looks like you have a winner! (both in the yogurt and your "houseguest"!)

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    1. Easyo is available in healthfood stores and on line in the UK. Its a New Zealand brand.

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  3. glad things are going good with your house guest. Any idea how long he is staying for?

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  4. This sounds fantastic, my daughter would love this.

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    1. I would expect Easyo's available where you are. Its exported from New Zealand. We can get it in stores and on line in the UK.

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  5. Easiyo, if you want to search for it online.

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