* Use Jalna brand POT SET Yoghurt - This is definitely the key - I've tried with Farmers union, generic brand etc natural yoghurts and it is no where near as thick and creamy - kind of hit and miss with these brands. Jalna is the WAY TO GO.
* Use about 400-500g size jars - smaller jars gives you a thicker consistency
* Don't move your yoghurt around while it is setting - do not disturb the process!!!
This was an okay consistency, not as thick as the other recipe but I really did like that my yoghurt was done and left to set within a very short 4 minutes. The other downfall was having it set 3 jars instead of one large pot. I will attempt having it set in the thermoserver next time and see what result I get.