Posts Tagged“yoghurt”

Do you ever get discouraged and wonder if your effort to be wise with your money is worth it? I would like to encourage you that it is, and that all those little bits of effort really do add up! Since financial stress is the number one cause for marriage breakdown, then being in control of your finances rather than being out of control, is a wonderful gift you can give to yourself and your family. Dave Ramsey has some wonderful suggestions for getting on the road to financial freedom. One of the most basic things you can do in…

A friend of mine gave me this recipe recently and said it was a great standby to have in the fridge for an easy lunch. Since it is a rainy day and I had all the ingredients in the house, I decided to give it a go today. This is a very thrifty, yet healthy and delicious meal. You can basically use any vegetables you like, leftover baked vegetables work well. Today I used onion, red capsicum and spinach as I didn’t have any leftover baked pumpkin or potato. You can use either ricotta, sour cream or yoghurt as the…

I used to make homemade yoghurt with a process which required heating the milk and straining the milk, which all became quite time consuming and created a lot of washing up.  I have since discovered a much easier way to make homemade yoghurt, the hands on prep time is about 5 minutes!  This process might not suit purists because it uses milk powder rather than fresh milk, but I find it an excellent process which yields excellent results.  Using this method you can provide fresh yoghurt for your family at a fraction of the cost of bought yoghurt.  The other…