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AllyH

Yoghurt & Whey

Hi QOP,
The colander will be fine as long as the yoghurt doesn't leak out.
I use sieves set over bowls and they seem to work okay.
This week I'll be using my whey to make cornbread. It is nice to be able to use it for something nice and not waste it.
cheers, Ally

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Queen of Puds

Yoghurt & whey

It was fine in the colander with kitchen paper (I didn't have a sieve large enough anyway). I have now taken it out & it is really thick, so that part is a success, and it is far less slimy than the previous batches I made so that it also good, although I haven't tasted it yet other than a little on the end of a spoon (I need to stir something into it first - I have some lemon curd that I made, so maybe that will do). I have also used the whey in some bread dough that is in the machine now. So all being well, this may become more of a habit for me! Ta for the ideas.

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AllyH

Yoghurt & Whey

Sounds like it worked out fine for you. Thank you for letting me know.
Maybe other people will have a go at making it. I'm sure it works out cheaper too, which is good if you have the time to make it.
Ally.

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crumbles

Mixed Spice Question

Ally,I read your 'question for Delia', I also live in the U.S. I make my own mixed spice, if you would like the recipe please e-mail me @ crumbleslv@gmail.com

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Tooodlepips

Whey

I let my dogs drink a load of unwanted whey once. Never again!!!!!!!!

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Welshcookie

Mixed spice

Isn't apple pie spice a good substitute?

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violet eyes

dogs and whey

What happened to your dogs? nothing nasty I hope.

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Tooodlepips

dogs

Nothing serious .... just a rather, ahem, extreme reaction (from their nether region).

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britbabe

Mixed Spice.

Pumpkin Pie spice is a combination of cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice.
For mixed spice I mix the following:-
1oz. mace
1 1/2 oz. allspice, cinnamon and nutmeg
1/2 oz. cloves, coriander and ginger.
It keeps really well in an airtight jar.
I hope this helps.

 
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