I found this , Jill
Yes, you may freeze yogurt. The fact that it is plain yogurt is good, in that there are no other ingredients that can be affected by the freezing (and thawing) process. Remember, however, whenever you freeze anything (especially something that has a smooth texture, like yogurt), that texture may be somewhat effected. With yogurt, you will find that after you thaw it out, there will be a slight separation of the solids and the whey (liquid portion). You may either pour off some or all of the liquid, or stir it back in. Other than this factor, I do not foresee any problems with your freezing this food product, especially if you are using it for sauces, marinades, etc. I imagine that it would be as ggod as any other dairy product as far as time length is concerned."
However, we make our own and it is much nicer and very easy and of course fresh every time
All you need is a bit of yoghourt and some warm milk
My OM puts it in the eski until it thickens
it is very nice.
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