|My highly technical system to|
keep medications straight.
|Step One - Clean out the fridge.|
|Step Two - Add two beaten eggs and a |
small handful of cheese - always cheese
|Step Three - Create a Hot Mess!|
Besides tackling the Craft Room/Office hot mess, I also tried making yogurt in my Instant Pot. I was not all that hopeful, as the pressure cooking function on my particular Instant Pot does not work. I continue to go through the onerous and frustrating process of getting someone in the Instant Pot company to fix it. So far, I have opened a service number and sent multiple photographs and a video, as instructed. Insert crickets.
How did it go? Fab! I love this because I use a lot of yogurt and I like my own homemade best because a) I can use my own milk, b) it is tangier and c) I can make lots! I got a half gallon from the farm, poured it into the stainless steel inner pot, put the lid on and heated it to a boil. No circling the stove, keeping a careful eye on it so it won't boil over. Then I lifted out the pot and cooled it down to about 105*, stirred in my starter (leftover yogurt from the last batch) and put the pot back into the IP. You program in the number of hours you want and Bob'sYerUncle! Twelve hours later, I had a lovely batch of thick, tangy yogurt!
|This means "yogurt" in InstantPotese.|
|Creamy, thick goodness!|
Who will be enjoying warm tootsies this tail end of winter?
#5 - annie k!
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**Updated to say that I heard from Sue - yay!***Also, I have not heard back from Sue, who had wanted the Apples for Jam cookbook. If you would like it, please email me at the above address and I will send it to the first one who requests it.