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Synonyms for yogurt

a custard-like food made from curdled milk

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The viable counts of the fermented milk samples stored under refrigerated conditions were monitored every 3-4 day interval over 10 different monitoring points.
Therefore, the role of fermented milk in complementary feeding and in particular for the prevention of iron deficiency anemia in infants as an innovative theme has recently received attention [10].
The Bureau of Indian standards (BIS) specification for fermented milk products are based on the types of culture used in their preparation (Anon, 1990).
The fermented milk was sampled at 0, 4, 8, 24, 48, 72, and 96 h post-cultivation for determination of yeast and LAB populations using direct counting.
The report considers, Fermented Milk as milk characterized by differing degrees of fermentation/sourness achieved using different bacteria which are ayran, laban, kefir, other major types of fermented milk and buttermilk.
In Turkey, scrolls about Abraham declare that his long life was due to fermented milk products.
ii) Then the fermented milk is churned for 15-20 minutes at 12-18C.
The culinary traditions surrounding this fermented milk product run so deep that writer Anne Mendelson, author of the book Milk: The Surprising Story of Milk Through the Ages, has dubbed the yogurt-loving part of the globe from eastern Hungary to western China "Yogurtistan.
The lactic acid bacteria were isolated out of fermented milk and derived products of functional food.
Kefir, a fermented milk drink with the consistency of a light milkshake, is becoming popular across the United States.
The role of fermented milk in human nutrition is well documented and the virtues of these products were known to man even during the ancient days of civilization.
announced its expansion in Lucknow and Kanpur, with the launch of Yakult, a globally popular probiotic fermented milk drink.
Cabinet has granted approval in principle to the Ministry of Trade and Industry to proceed to institute interim quantitative restrictions on imports of fresh, Extended Shelf Life (ESL, Ultra High Temperature (UTH) milk, buttermilk, curdled, yoghurt and other fermented milk through the introduction of an import permit system to be administered by the Meat Board of Namibia.