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 Is yogurt acidic?

Answer For yogurt to set, it needs a low pH level, ideally around 4.6. Foods lower than the neutral pH level of 7.0 are considered acidic, making yogurt, along with other fermented foods, one of the more ... Read More »
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What is he difference between Greek yogurt asnd regular yogurt?

Greek yoghurt is strained- this means it is very thick.Very very creamy and thick.It is naturally thick, with no fillers of gum like a normal american yoghurt which is full of sugar and pectin to m... Read More »
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Why is "Greek" yogurt so much more expensive that other yogurt?

i suggest "Greek" yogurt is more expensive because it's fashionable to eat yogurt and the thickness and flavour of the "Greek" is more appealing than most of the low fat flavored versions which are... Read More »
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What is the difference between greek yogurt&regular yogurt?

The yogurt section in the grocery store is usually full of options; there are low-fat, nonfat, whole milk, organic, not organic, Greek and European yogurts and more. It can get a little overwhelmin... Read More »
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Does frozen yogurt have the same enzyme as yogurt?

Yogurt is made by enzymes produced from the bacteria Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus acidophilus. Fresh yogurt that is not heated has the highest quantity of ... Read More »
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