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I just found a quart of raw milk yogurt in my fridge (waaaay in the back of my fridge <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol"> ). It is stinky (in that raw soured way) and I'm guessing it is about a month old.<br><br>
Is there something useful and yummy I can do with it? Would love any ideas. Thanks.
 

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Yes indeedy......but WHAT should I bake and/or soak? I am actually not very good at this (cooking, that is) so any specific ideas would be great!
 

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you could make blender pancakes (sue gregg's website has instructions) and use the yogurt to soak the grains<br><br>
you could make muffins (hibou's blog: <a href="http://theadventurelearningcompany.blogspot.com/" target="_blank">http://theadventurelearningcompany.blogspot.com/</a> has a delicious recipe for cinnamon apple muffins...look at the old posts)<br><br>
you could make baked oatmeal (search here for a recipe) [I think it's easier to "hide" a sour taste with all the additions to baked oatmeal versus just oatmeal]<br><br>
I'd guess that if the taste is really strong, you could dilute/use less when soaking<br><br>
I don't eat many starches so I'm hard pressed to come up with more ideas...I hope something here helps!
 

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If it's stinky in that bad way, makes me question the amount of good bacteria in there to begin with. (I keep buttermilk that long) Just my pondering curiosity though. Did you buy it or make it?
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">you could make blender pancakes (sue gregg's website has instructions) and use the yogurt to soak the grains<br><br>
you could make muffins (hibou's blog: <a href="http://theadventurelearningcompany.blogspot.com/" target="_blank">http://theadventurelearningcompany.blogspot.com/</a> has a delicious recipe for cinnamon apple muffins...look at the old posts)<br><br>
you could make baked oatmeal (search here for a recipe) [I think it's easier to "hide" a sour taste with all the additions to baked oatmeal versus just oatmeal]<br><br>
I'd guess that if the taste is really strong, you could dilute/use less when soaking<br><br>
I don't eat many starches so I'm hard pressed to come up with more ideas...I hope something here helps!</div>
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All the above! You can use it in cornbread, muffins, pancakes, waffles, baked oatmeal, sweet breads (if you like those), anything that calls for milk. I agree that it's a bit easier to mask the sour flavor in baked goods than in things such as smoothies.<br><br>
My family doesn't like (NOT AT ALL!) soaked oatmeal, so I wouldn't use it in that. Or rice dishes, either. Those are just our preferences, I'm sure it's fine for that use, though.
 
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