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The healthiest yogurts are those that contain live active cultures but are also low in fat and added sugar. Nonfat or low-fat plain yogurt and Greek yogurt are among the most nutritious options, since they are low in fat and saturated fat and only contain natural sugar.How do you make yogurt recipe?
Basic Steps to Yogurt-making Step 1: Heat milk to 185°F and hold for 30 minutes. Step 2: Cool milk to 110-115°F and add yogurt culture: 1/8 tsp for a quart of milk or 1/4 tsp. for 1/2 to 4 gallons of milk. Step 3: Hold temperature at 106°-110°F for approximately 6-8 hours with your incubator or incubating method.What are the ingredients in yogurt?
Raw Materials. In general, yogurt is made with a variety of ingredients including milk, sugars, stabilizers, fruits and flavors, and a bacterial culture. When the milk arrives at the plant, its composition is modified before it is used to make yogurt.How healthy is plain yogurt?
It can be fat-free, but yogurt from whole milk has about 7 g total fat, with nearly 5 g from unhealthy saturated fat. Plain yogurt has about 8 to 13 g high-quality protein, which means it has all of the amino acids that your body needs for good health.