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How making yogurt keeps my hope alive

I’ve made yogurt for over twenty years. At first, I didn’t think much of it. My mom made yogurt, bread, and cheese. When my son weaned himself at nine months and wouldn’t take any milk, my mom, who happened to be visiting, made yogurt and fed it to him. He took to it. Then she left. I had to learn to make yogurt, and have made it ever since.

Under COVID-19 the whole business of making came into focus with a force. My son turned 24 this past year. It’s not an issue of survival anymore. Why do I still make yogurt?

The past 11 pandemic months have been busy with teaching

Source:

theweek.com

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