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If you like ultra-thick Greek yogurt, check out Fage Total 0%. It serves up a fluffy, rich almost whipped texture. Our tasters would pair this pick with granola and fresh fruit for a beautiful breakfast.


Lactose-free yogurt is still made of dairy, but goes through a process to remove an enzyme, so this container is easier to digest for those with dairy sensitivities! It boasts a rich and creamy-but-light texture and a mild, slightly cheesy flavor that pairs well with sweet and savory toppings. Try sliced strawberries or mix in cucumbers and a drizzle of olive oil.


Tasters loved the flavor of this glass jar that can double as a plant pot (hello, reusable packaging!). Peach pieces and passionfruit puree add zesty tang and a sweet bite that perfectly contrasts an ultra-creamy, rich Greek yogurt.


Calling all fruit fans: This container serves up big chunks of raspberries that you can stir in yourself. And while the yogurt is non-fat it still tasted rich and creamy to staff members. Looking for a quick breakfast on the go? Look no further!


Coffee extract injects this elegant, rich and grown-up cup with real java flavor that would taste great for any occasion. From breakfast to dessert, our tasters were sure they'd eat this container any time. It perfectly balances sweetness with the classic tangy flavor of Greek yogurt.


Looking for a sweet treat? This buy, complete with key lime curd and crispy graham cracker crumbs, doubles as dessert. The yogurt, made by a Seattle-based brand, balances out the sweetness of the tart fruit jam, so it's perfect even for those who don't have a huge sweet tooth. One taster noted that they, "love the ultra-rich creaminess" and the tangy, citrusy flavor.


Step 2: Cool MilkCool milk back down to lukewarm (about 110 degrees F, 43 degrees C), then add 1/2 cup of the warm milk into the yogurt. (Ensuring the milk is cooled down will prevent you from killing the live cultures in the yogurt.) Whisk the yogurt and milk together, then add the rest of the milk and mix well.


Step 3: Let SitPlace your mixture somewhere warm and let sit for 4 to 8 hours, or until yogurt is thick and tangy. My favorite method for making yogurt is to wrap the jar in a warm, moist towel, then setting it in the oven with the oven light on. The light will provide enough heat to ferment the yogurt!


Step 4: StrainSet a mesh sieve lined with cheesecloth (or strong paper towels) over a large bowl. Pour in yogurt and place in the fridge. Check every few hours until yogurt reaches your desired thickness.


How do you make non-dairy Greek yogurt? Making non-dairy yogurt at home is another ball game and requires a different way to introduce live bacteria (in the form of probiotic supplements!) This recipe from Minimalist Baker is great for the non-dairy yogurt seekers.


Hi, in the photo it looks like you are using a normal size Mason jar which I think holds two cups? Do I need to do an eighth cup yogurt per two cups of milk for two jars? Or do you have a four cup jar suggestion? Thanks in advance.


As a person of Greek origin living in Australia that also lived in Greece for 17 years and ate a lot of Greek yogurt while living there, can I just share one important fact about Greek Yogurt. In Greece, yogurt is never made with cows milk. It is either made with just sheep milk, goat milk or most commonly and also commercially, a combination of sheep and goat milk. This is what gives Greek yogurt the distinct flavour, texture and consistency that has made it so famous, that is, never using cows milk. Interestingly, this exact rule applies to Greek Feta in Greece.


I have been buying Zoi plain Greek yogurt for at least 4 years now because it is, without a doubt, the best Greek yogurt out there. I have tried all the big name brands and the pricier brands. No brand compares to the flavor and texture of your yogurt! It isn't grainy or starchy or pasty. It isn't soupy or bland. I use your yogurt as a topping for oatmeal, to make yogurt parfait, for baking c




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