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    Wow! Thanks. I'm gonna try this one out.


    Thank you, thank you for this idea! I was in the process of making Labneh for a community potluck. We produce home grown olive oil and I milk our Dexter cows, which makes awesome yogurt. The first time that I made labneh, I used cheesecloth and it stuck to the cloth too much. I was just searching for something else to strain it with and I happened upon your entry. I'm going to try it!


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    Is the salt required? If it is, what does it do? If not, what does it do to the flavor?


    I've made it without the salt, but I like it for the flavor since I tend to use rather tangy yogurt. Less tangy yogurts fare just as well -- a bit more savory.


    Making yogurt is very quick, simple and fun. A gallon of milk costs me $2.99. I get a lot more yogurt and economize.

    There are lots of recipes for making yogurt online. You don't even have to have a yogurt maker, it can be made with simple household items.

    You can replicate the flavor of your favorite plain yogurt by using part of a container of your usual brand as your starter. Then just keep some starter from every fresh batch.


    I like to use the drained whey to thin batters, dressings, etc. You can also use it as part of the liquid in mixes calling for milk.


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