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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What Happens When Yogurt Freezes?

Freezing does not affect the health benefits of the yogurt, but it may affect the flavor and texture. The live bacterial cultures go dormant, and according to the National Institutes of Health, the... Read More »

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 »

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 »

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 »