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I've heard you can do it in the oven? That would be best, because our house temp varies greatly, and electricity is not our first option.
Originally Posted by dogmom327
To make yogurt in an oven, you need to be able to maintain 110 degree temp for yogurt starters that require heat and 70-78 degree temp for the counter-top room/temperature cultures. Most ovens don't go down to 110 (a few do though). Sometimes you can get 70-80 by leaving just the oven light on.
Originally Posted by roostery
I put my heated milk and 1/2 cup of plain yogurt in a glass jar and wrap a heating pad around it and then wrap a towel around them both. I generally leave it overnight. Works great every time.