Twain—Episode One hundred seventy-nine: Exeunt Pursued by Bear

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5 thoughts on “Twain—Episode One hundred seventy-nine: Exeunt Pursued by Bear

  1. Ren

    Heather – I actually show two 179 episodes in iTunes – one 43:39 min long and one 41:06 min long. Hmmm…

  2. DebbieN

    To help you feel less guilt, I purchased Sockupied following the link from here so hopefully you’ll get the credit 🙂

  3. Jessica

    This yogurt recipe looks fantastic! i love the idea of using the crockpot as your heater/incubator.

    DISCLAIMER: I haven’t tried this yet, but will report my findings when I do. Ymmv.

    Possible TIP: i read in Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s “The River Cottage Family Cookbook” that you can add powdered milk to thicken your yogurt. recommendation: about the same amount of dry milk as yogurt – so for this recipe, about a cup. Interpolating his directions (which are England-English) for the crockpot method, I’d add the milk powder right into the milk first thing.

    Let me know how it turns out if you try it first. 🙂

  4. Jessica

    ok, so i tried it, a cup of powdered milk into a gallon of skim and it was FABULOUS! it came out with about a cup of whey on top (which i poured off into a bowl) and the rest of it, without straining, was approximately storebought Dannon yogurt consistency. think about it for your next pot o’ yogurt!

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