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    Quote Originally Posted by jubjub View Post

    Recipe 1

    Fudge
    1 C sugar
    125 gm butter
    C milk
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    that's going to make a LOT of fudge to use up 6 cartons of milk

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanatakiwi View Post
    that's going to make a LOT of fudge to use up 6 cartons of milk
    LOL - if there's any going spare I'll have it!

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    Thanks for brilliant tips and recipes! I can't wait to try cooking fudges
    But I need to try out my new xmas present first, a yoghurt maker, gave to me by my MIL I promised her I will do it tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanatakiwi View Post
    that's going to make a LOT of fudge to use up 6 cartons of milk
    but knowing my OH & MIL, no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by nippa&pippa View Post
    Thanks for brilliant tips and recipes! I can't wait to try cooking fudges
    But I need to try out my new xmas present first, a yoghurt maker, gave to me by my MIL I promised her I will do it tonight
    hey sophia, what a good way to use up the milk. I make my yogurt with powdered milk but that milk would work fine too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanatakiwi View Post
    hey sophia, what a good way to use up the milk. I make my yogurt with powdered milk but that milk would work fine too.

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    Unfortunely my yoghurt maker only take water to add into powder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nippa&pippa View Post
    Unfortunely my yoghurt maker only take water to add into powder!
    yes that's the first time you make it. But save about 3/4 cup of the yogurt and mix that with milk, stir it well, and leave it to sit the same way as you did with the water and powder mix. Its like sourdough, once you get it started, you can keep adding to it and it will keep turning into yoghurt. Saves buying those packets every time. After about 4 or 5 times, I use a new packet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanatakiwi View Post
    yes that's the first time you make it. But save about 3/4 cup of the yogurt and mix that with milk, stir it well, and leave it to sit the same way as you did with the water and powder mix. Its like sourdough, once you get it started, you can keep adding to it and it will keep turning into yoghurt. Saves buying those packets every time. After about 4 or 5 times, I use a new packet again.
    how much milk did you use for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nippa&pippa View Post
    how much milk did you use for this?
    my yogurt container holds a litre, so I just fill it up with the same amount of milk as I normally use of water. you can pour the milk in on top of the 3/4 c or so of yoghurt , put the lid on and give it a good shake or stir to break up the yoghurt and mix it in well.

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    http://www.epicurious.com

    Great site for recipes

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