Making Greek Yogurt at home

Nick Petrou, Healthy diet tutor

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8 Lessons (11m)
    • 1. What is the Greek Yogurt?

    • 2. Preparing the milk

    • 3. Preparing the yogurt cult

    • 4. Warming up the milk

    • 5. Transfer yogurt cult in the milk

    • 6. Cover the pot and let it rest

    • 7. Strain the yogurt

    • 8. The yogurt is ready


About This Class

Greek yogurt is a nutrient-packed snack that has many health benefits. After the strainning process, the result is a creamier, less sweet, with more protein yogurt. It is more digestable than the regular yogurt and your body can absorb its nutrients more easily.

Here are some benefits from including Greek yogurt to our daily diet:  (information from

  • Yogurt has a much higher amount of protein than milk: More specifically, an average serving (1 cup) of Greek yogurt can have 12 to 17.3 grams of protein. A cup of plain Greek yogurt can help you meet the recommended dietary guideline of three daily servings of low-fat or nonfat dairy products.
  • Greek yogurt can be a healthy and satisfying treat after a tough workout. Not only will it tide you over until your next meal, but it contains protein that can repair damage done by exercise.
  • The texture makes it a great food substitution. It replaces easily cream cheese, sour cream and milk cream.

I will teach you how to make home made Greek strained yogurt , from cow milk, through 4 easy steps. After tasting this yogurt again, you will find the ones at the super markets tasteless and you will never go back.