Homemade Greek Yogurt

I’ve been into Greek Yogurt for awhile now. My favorite is, by far, Chobani – especially the fruit-on-the-bottom kind. I had no idea if homemade Greek yogurt would be hard to make, which is why I wanted to test it for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s DIY Kitchen. (Find out how the process went by reading the full article here).

This recipe is adapted from one for regular yogurt from “Joy of Cooking.” The original recipe yields 2 cups. However, straining it to make Greek yogurt will leave you with 1 cup of yogurt and 1 cup of whey. (I suggest doubling it, so you’ll have 2 cups of Greek yogurt).


Question: What’s the most off-beat thing you’ve ever made? This definitely takes the cake for me, but I’ve also make homemade fruit roll-ups, homemade peanut butter and homemade granola (a must if you ask me!)

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Welcome to She's on the Run! I'm Alysha, a copywriter and food writer living in Milwaukee. I live to run, write and explore wonderful food - this blog is how I find balance while constantly being on the run. Feel free to reach me at Alysha@shesontherun.com with any questions or comments.
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