13 Ways to Make Homemade Hummus | Skinny Mom | Where Moms Get the Skinny on Healthy Living

13 Ways to Make Homemade Hummus | Skinny Mom | Where Moms Get the Skinny on Healthy Living

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They are hugely proud of their Greek heritage and of over 60 years experience in producing premium quality, fresh, live yoghurt's. http://www.timsdairy.co.uk/

They are hugely proud of their Greek heritage and of over 60 years experience in producing premium quality, fresh, live yoghurt's. http://www.timsdairy.co.uk/

Made From Scratch: One Pot Coconut Yogurt, it can be dairy-free if you use a soya live yoghurt as your starter

Made From Scratch: One Pot Coconut Yogurt, it can be dairy-free if you use a soya live yoghurt as your starter

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Nigel Slater proves that making your own bread doesn't have to be time-consuming or hard work. Try his quick soda bread.

Nigel Slater proves that making your own bread doesn't have to be time-consuming or hard work. Try his quick soda bread.

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Strawberries, frozen mixed berry, banana, kiwi, blueberries and live yoghurt smoothie #healthy#food#smoothie

Strawberries, frozen mixed berry, banana, kiwi, blueberries and live yoghurt smoothie #healthy#food#smoothie

Delicious, light and fluffy Peach Blueberry Greek Yogurt Cake made in a springform baking pan. Greek yogurt gives cake a richer texture!  #berry_cake ( cooked by @juliasalbum )

Delicious, light and fluffy Peach Blueberry Greek Yogurt Cake made in a springform baking pan. Greek yogurt gives cake a richer texture! #berry_cake ( cooked by @juliasalbum )

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Homemade yoghurt In the microwave. Milk and 2tb live yoghurt! That's all

Homemade yoghurt In the microwave. Milk and 2tb live yoghurt! That's all

Homemade yoghurt | Making yoghurt at home is easier than you think, but can also prove a little fickle. It is simply pure milk heated and inoculated with a particular bacteria, that then has the full freedom of the medium to convert the lactose into lactose acid. However, while the natural bacteria in milk is good for cheese making, the same cannot be said for yoghurt. Therefore, the milk needs to be heated to a high temperature to knock out all the bacteria before you then add the good…

Homemade yoghurt | Making yoghurt at home is easier than you think, but can also prove a little fickle. It is simply pure milk heated and inoculated with a particular bacteria, that then has the full freedom of the medium to convert the lactose into lactose acid. However, while the natural bacteria in milk is good for cheese making, the same cannot be said for yoghurt. Therefore, the milk needs to be heated to a high temperature to knock out all the bacteria before you then add the good…

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