ANSWERS: 8
  • 1-21-2017 Yes and no. Stuff called yogurt is quite popular, but they tell me that some brands of yogurt don't actually contain yogurt bacteria, even though the law requires it. Other brands just don't call it yogurt, and maybe it has live bacteria and maybe it doesn't. It reaches a point where nobody knows what's what.
    • Ice man
      thanks.
    • Azlotto
      @Jewels Vern "some brands of yogurt don't actually contain yogurt bacteria"...Indeed. A lot of producers "flash pasteurize" their yogurt which kills beneficial bacteria.
  • I eat those kids yogurts with crushed Oreos. I feel a bit funny buying them in the store, but when I get home, yum!
    • Ice man
      Maybe I'll give that a try. Thanks
    • Ice man
      Thanks for keeping it brief. lol
    • Barcaluv
      Hahaha
    • Linda Joy
      Lol
  • I see people buying it at the store.
    • Ice man
      Thanks, I haven't explored that counter in a couple of years. Maybe it's time I had another look.
  • Yep! I love yogurt and even frozen yogurt.
    • Ice man
      Hmmm I've never thought about frozen. Thanks
  • I do.
    • Ice man
      Hahaha, My crystal ball tells me you make your own too. ;-)
    • Azlotto
      Lol...Your crystal ball is zeroed in pretty good. : )
  • I do. Cherry is my favorite!
    • Ice man
      After talking to Azlotto about it (way back in January), I looked around again and found one with real chunks of strawberry. Loved it and it goes on the shopping list regularly now.
  • 7-8-2017 I like yogurt, but you can only keep it for a week or less, and I don't like to go to the store that often. I have tried making it at home, but the process is not at all reliable, and the cost gets out of control with equipment so expensive and so many failed batches. After many tries, I just gave up eating yogurt.
    • Ice man
      I'm not die-hard enough to try making my own, but I well understand what you mean.
    • Linda Joy
      Dannon yogurt has live cultures. And as far as I'm concerned yogurt doesn't go bad. The cultures may die, and it may not be as healthy, but it's not going to cause any ill effects if you eat it.
    • Jewels Vern
      Live culture is the only reason for yogurt!

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