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Using Immunity Fuel as a Culture - Making Yogurt with live probiotics

December 04, 2023 2 min read

How to make yogurt at home with live cultures

Did you know you can make your own yogurt at home using Immunity Fuel?

All you need is milk, Immunity Fuel, a food thermometer and an 'EasiYo' or other brand of yogurt maker. If you don’t have an EasiYo yogurt maker, you can pour the yogurt mixture into a jar with lid, and place in an esky in which you also place a pan of hot water to keep the temperature up.



Heat up just over 1 litre of milk to about 85 C. 

Let it cool down to about 41 C and add 1 tsp of Immunity Fuel and mix well.

Pour the mixture it in the EasiYo container of which the outer part is filled with boiling water as per instructions on the box. Alternatively pour into a jar, afix the lid and place in the esky alongside a pan of boiling water to keep it warm inside and pop the lid on.

Let it sit for at least 8 hours or overnight.

There will be a residue of Immunity Fuel on the bottom of the container. You can transfer the yogurt to a jar if you prefer and discard the residue.

To thicken the yogurt, put it in a sieve with cheesecloth and let it sit for an hour or so, longer if you want a thicker yogurt.

For a second batch, you can either use a tbsp of Immunity Fuel again or add 2 tbsp of the first batch of yogurt.

The ‘setting’ time may vary between both methods. We used organic dark blue milk, but you can also try making it with coconut milk, goat’s milk etc.

The thickening time may differ between different types of milk, so give it go 😊