Frozen yogurt vs. ice cream: which one is better for you? With this handy guide, you’ll be able to tell the difference between the two frozen treats.
How many calories in Greek yogurt? Find out how this rich and creamy yogurt compares to regular yogurt, as well as dairy-free milks.
Read our detailed guide to yogurt with probiotics and all of the wonderful health benefits it has including weight loss, and relief from digestive problems.
Does Freezing Yogurt Make it Go Bad?
A simple method fits all to tell if your greek yogurt has gone bad or is spoiled.
If you’ve ever scrolled through the yogurt aisle at the grocery store and are unsure whether to get ‘regular’ yogurt, Greek yogurt or frozen yogurt, you’re not alone.
Don’t feel embarrassed if you have never tried frozen yogurt before – in fact, you are late to the party! This frozen dessert is a unique treat to be experienced.
It’s quite possible that your first batch of homemade yogurt will fail to set properly. Don’t be alarmed: it’s a common rookie yogurt-maker mistake. Knowing how much yogurt starter to use for a batch of homemade yogurt will ensure your first batch turns out great.
Does Greek yogurt have a different taste? Is it better or different from regular yogurt? Here’s everything you need to know about these two popular styles of yogurt.
The best and healthiest ways to culture yogurt, depending on the type of yogurt maker you have, and how long yogurt needs to incubate.
Live Culture Yogurt contains beneficial probiotic bacteria that aid in digestion, replenish your healthy gut flora, and have anti-aging properties.
Try this at home! All you need are three simple ingredients to create a powerful probiotic drink with longevity-boosting benefits.