Testing your Yogurt or Kefir

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    Able900
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    You can determine if the bacteria in your yogurt or kefir are alive and active. Do this by putting the yogurt or kefir into a clean glass, cover it tightly with plastic wrap, and leave the glass overnight in a warm place such as near a warm heater, but at the same time, not too hot. Come morning, if the wrap remains flat, it means the fermentation didn’t start and the gases didn’t form because the bacteria were not alive or active.

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    ashily
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    That’s ok.

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    Lucylu
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    Sorry… blonde moment here… do you mean if its flat it’s ok to eat or if it bulges?

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