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Did a little Googling, the process doesn't look -that- difficult. However, there's a lot of scope for error (like giving yourself food poisoning, or overheating the milk, or whatever), and you're probably not going to save a whole lot of money unless you own a cow. Most of the cost of yogurt is the milk.
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