yogurt


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Synonyms for yogurt

a custard-like food made from curdled milk

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The paper, which is the first of the Global Insight Series on yogurt, reveals that over the last three years more than half of the respondents have increased their yogurt consumption.
People who ate at least one small 125g pot of full fat yogurt a day were 19 per cent less likely to be obese compared to those who ate less than two pots a week, The Telegraph reports.
A diehard yogurt eater, Galanakis tried several locally available yogurts in the market-but only got frustrated.
Ingredients: 1 kg fresh spinach 250 g yogurt 2 onions, thinly sliced 4 cloves garlic, finely chopped oil salt black pepper Directions: 1 Wash spinach and cut into small pieces.
based research firm, yogurt consumption has increased at all dayparts, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, a trend attributed to yogurt's versatility, convenience and health halo.
A wave of self-serve frozen yogurt stores has recently opened in Worcester and nearby communities, and more stores are on the horizon.
The low fat, 34 calories an ounce, probiotic frozen yogurt offers Cold Stone customers an alternative to its rich ice creams.
Some day, don't be surprised to see 1040-prep yogurt.
With this in mind, USDA-ARS researchers studied the effects of Fantesk[TM] on the structure of yogurt gel.
It is facing stiff competition from West Coast upstarts that are attempting to get consumers to try the same new type of frozen yogurt, often called fro-yo, that's served in a cafe-like environment.
It's fun to tell people about the billions of bacteria living it up in their yogurt cup.
Other people who tried the yogurt in the office were very impressed by its texture.
Cucumber, dill and yogurt dip This Greek-style dip is super invigorating and has an unmistakable, interesting flavour.