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 What happens when you make yogurt?

Answer Yogurt is essentially the product of a bacterial process that takes place when lactic acid bacteria are added to a dairy product, such as whole milk or cream, under special conditions. When one mak... Read More »
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How to Make a Leban or Yogurt Culture to Mix With Making Yogurt?

Laban is the Lebanese word for yogurt, a living food, with an interesting history. To preserve the bacterial culture needed to make laban, cloth was soaked in yogurt, dried and carried with Lebanes... Read More »
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Can you make greek yogurt in a yogurt maker?

Yes, you can make Greek yogurt in a yogurt maker. Simply substitute a dried Greek yogurt starter for your usual starter. If you don't have a dried Greek yogurt starter, use a cup of Greek yogurt in... Read More »
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Can you freeze yogurt to make frozen yogurt?

Freezing yogurt cups, drinks or sticks makes a delicious snack without destroying the healthy bacteria. However, this is not the same frozen yogurt you would buy at an ice cream store, which is mad... 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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