Yogurt has got to be one of the most versatile foods ever! It can be eaten solo, or with fruit, it's delicious on curries, on cereals, makes fabulous salad dressing - I could go on! EasiYo Yogurts are also very good for you, being rich in protein, a source of calcium, non-genetically modified, and wheat and gluten free.
When yogurt first arrived in the UK in the 1960s I wondered what all the fuss was about. I still remember my first spoonful and turning up my nose in disgust at such a strange, alien flavour and texture.
But soon we were all buying it, or making it ourselves with store-bought milk, a casserole dish and a warm airing cupboard. It was touch and go that it would turn out well...
Times changed, and I've tried a lot of automatic yogurt makers that don't always deliver the goodies. But now I've found a compact, fool-proof easy way to make yogurt that turns out great all the time - and it doesn't need an airing cupboard or even electricity.