Monday, December 6, 2010

Yogurt Leather

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5 comments:

Melinda Foster said...

Angela,
I'd never heard of yogurt leather and would never have thought of it. THANKS so much for sharing your experiment. I can hardly wait to give it a try.
Melinda

Jason Welin said...
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Jason Welin said...

I made some last night in my GardenMaster, but the yogurt stuck pretty solid to the fruit leather trays. Any suggestions to stop that???

Heather said...

I use parchment paper instead of plastic wrap, I find it sticks less.

Also there isn't concrete proof either way if heating plastic wrap directly touching food is a good or bad thing, but the FDA suggests against direct contact, so I prefer the more cautious route.

1morebite said...

I saw on a video on Excaibur's site, I beleive the woman's name is Tammy, she has a ton of videos there. She uses a gallon size zip lock bag and uses a small bit of duct tape to hold it in place, print side down of course on the bag. The duct tape removes easily and holds it in place from being blown around by the air. It also looked like it peeled very easily off of the plastic.

I just recieved my excalibur today and am sooo excited to try so many new recipes. Thank you soo much for posting this!