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1poorlady uses whole milk for it. Supposedly it produces a better result. Commercial yogurt is sometimes done with part-skim, I believe, but I don't know what they have to do to make it work right. That's where the "reduced" fat or "lite" yogurts come from.

(Sorry for the reply delay...I remember reading this message, but I don't remember replying. And my "replies to your posts" section has been really full lately, so I'm way behind on those.)
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