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yogurt:

see fermented milkfermented milk,
whole or skim milk curdled to beverage or custardlike consistency by lactic-acid-producing microorganisms. Many forms of fermented milk were used by early nomadic herders, especially in Asia and S and E Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, and South America.
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yogurt

[′yō·gərt]
(food engineering)
A fermented milk food made by adding cultures of Lactobacillus acidophilus and Streptococcus thermophilus to skimmed cow's milk and milk solids.
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Yoghurt is one of the most popular fermented dairy products widely consumed all over the world.
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Rheological and sensory properties of yoghurt may be influenced by some technological factors, which mainly include specific properties of starter culture and addition of stabilizers (Rohm, 1993; Rohm & Schmidt 1993).
Category leader Total says it's not surprised by Danone's move into Greek-style yoghurt, but believes its own authentic credentials will continue to set it apart from rivals,
Samples of yoghurt products were sent to an accredited laboratory in Slovakia and the prohibited additive was found in the following products: Lefkonitziatis strained yoghurt, expiry date 9/9/2011, weight 1kg; Kouroushis strained yoghurt, expiry date 9/9/2011, weight 300g; Zita 'Super Strained Yoghurt'; expiry date 14/9/2011, batch number P06 1, weight 450g; and Mparpa Thomas strained yoghurt with milk and cream, expiry date 14/9/2011, batch number P03, weight 300g.
According to a study published in the International Journal of Obesity researchers found obese adults who ate three servings of fat-free yoghurt a day as part of a reduced-calorie diet lost 22% more weight and 61% more body fat than those who just cut calories.
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As part of this new repackaged product range Total Greek Yoghurt is also launching a new Total Authentic Greek Sbeeps' & Goats' Yoghurt--all the flavour of the Total Authentic Greek Sheeps' Yoghurt but now with added goats milk.
There have been some fascinating studies recently which seem to show that eating yoghurt may have preventive and therapeutic effects within the body.
The newly published reports provide an elaborate picture of yoghurt markets in various countries.