Sourdough Yogurt Starter
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Sourdough Yogurt Starter
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:23:44 AM. Recipe ID 56965. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Sourdough yogurt starter
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1 c  Milk
      1 c  Flour
      2 tb Yogurt, plain
 
  Heat milk until it reaches 100F (38C) on a thermometer. Remove from
  heat and stir in yogurt. Port mixture into a clean plastic container,
  cover tightly and let stand in a warm place for 18 to 24 hours. Be
  sure to punch a small hole in container lid to allow gases to escape.
  Mixture should resemble the consistency of yogurt. A curd shold form
  and the mixture shold not flow readily when the container is slightly
  tilted. If clear liquid rised to the top of mixture, simply stir it
  back in. If liquid or starter turns pink, discard mixture and start
  again.
  
  After curd has formed, gradually stir 1 cup flour into the starter
  until smoothly blended.  Cover tightly and let stand in a warm place
  85F (30C) until mixture is full of bubbles and has a good sour smell,
  approximately 2 to 5 days.  If clear liquid forms on top of mixture,
  stir it back into starter.  Each time you use part of your starter
  replenish it with equal amounts of warm milk 100F (38C) and flour.
  Cover and let stand in a warm place several hours or overnight until
  it is full of bubbles. Cover and store in refrigerator until needed.
  Starter should always be at room temperature before using. Low-fat or
  skim milk may be used in place of whole milk.  Always be consistent
  in type of milk used.
  
      Chipped out from the bottom of Sharon Stevens's Igloo ^^oo^^
  
  Posted By waring@ima.infomail.com (Sam Waring) On rec.food.recipes or
  rec.food.cooking
 




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Recipe ID 56965 (Apr 03, 2005)

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