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Simple steps on how to make Yoghurt

Yoghurt is one of the oldest fermented foods which is  widely recognized as a healthy food. Yogurt is a milk product obtained by fermentation of milk specific microorganisms, which shall be viable, active and abundant in the product. The overall process is called Lactic acid fermentation a process whereby milk is converted into yogurt.
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6 sachets milk of 400kg or 3 sachets or 1 sachet
Sugar( to taste)
Starter ( culture 1 sachet)
Stabilizer (thickener to taste)
Vanilla flavour 1/4 ( table spoon)
Milk flavour 1/4 ( 1 table spoon)
Banana flavour 1 bottle ( 2 tablespoon level)
preservative ( Sodium Benzonate)


  •  Mix six sachets of milk of 400kg in 4 litres of water or 1 sachet of milk in 1 litre
  • Then boil 8 litres of water to 100 degree Celsius and pour it into the milk and then add the culture      ( starter) into it and leave it to ferment in a warm place for at least 12 hours.
  • Then the thickener should be  dissolved in a hot water and allowed for at least one (1) hour and then poured into the milk and mixed together.
  • Then add vanilla flavour and other flavour like milk and sugar flavour
  • Put the prepared yoghurt in the fridge for use or sale. 


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