List of yogurt with the NYA seal. The seal is a voluntary identification available to all manufacturers of refrigerated yogurt whose products contain at least 100 million cultures per gram at the time of manufacture, and whose frozen yogurt contains at least 10 million cultures per gram at the time of manufacture. I noticed that Fage is not listed but it does indeed have the seal, so there may be a few others not included.

List of yogurt with the NYA seal. The seal is a voluntary identification available to all manufacturers of refrigerated yogurt whose products contain at least 100 million cultures per gram at the time of manufacture, and whose frozen yogurt contains at least 10 million cultures per gram at the time of manufacture. I noticed that Fage is not listed but it does indeed have the seal, so there may be a few others not included.

The Instant Pot makes homemade yogurt so easy. Pressure cooker homemade yogurt is a simple, inexpensive way to make incredible yogurt at home. Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Homemade Vanilla Yogurt by Kitchen Joy® (Scroll down for a printable version of this recipe.) Ingredients 2 quarts milk (not ultra-pasteurized) 2 tablespoons plain yogurt (with live cultures) to...Read More »

Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Homemade Yogurt

The Instant Pot makes homemade yogurt so easy. Pressure cooker homemade yogurt is a simple, inexpensive way to make incredible yogurt at home. Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Homemade Vanilla Yogurt by Kitchen Joy® (Scroll down for a printable version of this recipe.) Ingredients 2 quarts milk (not ultra-pasteurized) 2 tablespoons plain yogurt (with live cultures) to...Read More »

diy yogurt recipe   You heat a gallon of milk to 120 degrees and add a cup of yogurt with live cultures (after your first batch just save some yogurt from the previous batch). Stir well and pour the milk mixture into mason jars and put on the lid. Then, place the jars in the oven with the light on for 12-24 hours. The light is the perfect amount of heat to culture the yogurt. Then, let it chill in the fridge and it’s ready.

A Recipe for Yogurt or How to Make Yogurt at Home

diy yogurt recipe You heat a gallon of milk to 120 degrees and add a cup of yogurt with live cultures (after your first batch just save some yogurt from the previous batch). Stir well and pour the milk mixture into mason jars and put on the lid. Then, place the jars in the oven with the light on for 12-24 hours. The light is the perfect amount of heat to culture the yogurt. Then, let it chill in the fridge and it’s ready.

Want an easy and healthy yogurt with more live cultures than the store? This old-fashioned homemade yogurt only uses 2 ingredients, no yogurt maker required, and no straining method for thick creamy yogurt. Best part, it's less than half of the cost of store bought yogurt with more live cultures! Read now and never purchase store bought yogurt again.

Homemade Yogurt

Want an easy and healthy yogurt with more live cultures than the store? This old-fashioned homemade yogurt only uses 2 ingredients, no yogurt maker required, and no straining method for thick creamy yogurt. Best part, it's less than half of the cost of store bought yogurt with more live cultures! Read now and never purchase store bought yogurt again.

All you need for this yogurt is a quart of milk, a tablespoon of yogurt with live cultures, a saucepan and a towel.

Delicious Homemade Yogurt

All you need for this yogurt is a quart of milk, a tablespoon of yogurt with live cultures, a saucepan and a towel.

How to Add Healthy Bacteria to Your Gut: Dr. Blum explains why eating pickles, yogurt with live cultures and fermented foods help repair the gut.

How to Add Healthy Bacteria to Your Gut: Dr. Blum explains why eating pickles, yogurt with live cultures and fermented foods help repair the gut.

homemade yogurt with just whole milk and whole yogurt with live cultures

homemade yogurt with just whole milk and whole yogurt with live cultures

Diarrea?  Avoid all dairy products (except yogurt with live cultures), caffeine, sugar (including natural sugars found in fruits), and greasy or high-fiber foods.  Can eat: "foods that are kinder and gentler such as soup, gelatin, rice, noodles, bananas, potatoes, toast, cooked carrots, soda crackers, and skinless white-meat chicken."

10 Home Remedies for Diarrhea

Diarrea? Avoid all dairy products (except yogurt with live cultures), caffeine, sugar (including natural sugars found in fruits), and greasy or high-fiber foods. Can eat: "foods that are kinder and gentler such as soup, gelatin, rice, noodles, bananas, potatoes, toast, cooked carrots, soda crackers, and skinless white-meat chicken."

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