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yo·gurt

also yo·ghurt  (yō′gərt)
n.
A custardlike food with a tart flavor, prepared from milk curdled by bacteria, especially Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, and often sweetened or flavored.

[Turkish yoğurt, from Old Turkic yoğrut.]

yogurt

(ˈjəʊɡət; ˈjɒɡ-) or

yoghurt

n
(Cookery) a thick custard-like food prepared from milk that has been curdled by bacteria, often sweetened and flavoured with fruit, chocolate, etc
[C19: from Turkish yoğurt]

yo•gurt

or yo•ghurt or yo•ghourt

(ˈyoʊ gərt)

n.
a tart, custardlike food made from milk curdled by the action of bacterial cultures and sometimes sweetened or flavored.
[1615–25; < Turkish yoğurt]

yogurt

A thick custard-like food, prepared by curdling milk using bacteria; often sweetened and flavored with fruit or used plain in savory dishes.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.yogurt - a custard-like food made from curdled milkyogurt - a custard-like food made from curdled milk
solid food, food - any solid substance (as opposed to liquid) that is used as a source of nourishment; "food and drink"
frozen yogurt - a soft frozen dessert of sweetened flavored yogurt
dairy product - milk and butter and cheese
blueberry yogurt - yogurt with sweetened blueberries or blueberry jam
Translations
jogurt
yoghurt
jogurtti
jogurt
joghurt
ヨーグルト
요구르트
yoghurt
นมเปรี้ยว
sữa chua

yogurt

[ˈjəʊgət] Nyogur(t) m

yogurt

yoghurt [ˈjɒgərt ˈjəʊgərt] nyaourt m, yogourt m

yog(h)urt,

yoghourt

(ˈjogət) , ((American) ˈjəu-) noun
a type of semi-liquid food made from fermented milk.

yogurt

لَبَـن jogurt yoghurt Joghurt γιαούρτι yogurt jogurtti yaourt jogurt yogurt ヨーグルト 요구르트 yoghurt youghurt jogurt iogurte йогурт yoghurt นมเปรี้ยว yoğurt sữa chua 酸奶

yo·gurt

, yoghurt
n. yogur, leche fermentada por la acción del Lactobacillus bulgaricus a la que se le atribuyen valores nutritivos y terapéuticos.

yogurt

n yogur m
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Many non-dairy yogurts are delicious, but some of them have a questionable texture that is either too slimy or not firm enough.
After that, Icelandic and Australian yogurts became the new kids on the block.
It seems like "fatphobia' is slowly dying down, and so we are seeing more interest in full-fat varieties of yogurt, which is fantastic, as these yogurts usually have less sugar and the fat helps facilitate the absorption of the fat-soluble vitamins and phytonutrients," says Jonathan F.
In addition, yogurts with combination flavors are finding traction in the developed nations.
To that end, there are opportunities to expand past sweet yogurts or those that mix with fruit and crunchy toppings to savory flavors that would appeal to older consumers.
These nutrients are naturally found in dairy-based yogurts.
Yumilicious frozen yogurts proudly carry the “Live and Active Cultures” seal certifying the yogurts meet the National Yogurt Association's criteria for pro-biotic benefits supporting a healthy immune and digestive system for the body.
Most famously, yogurts live bacteria (usually a combo of Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermopbilus) may keep undesirable bacteria in our digestive systems at bay.
Consumers of today demand healthy and versatile yogurt varieties, opening up opportunities for our customers to develop better-for-you yogurts that are targeted at specific individual needs.
You need to be careful with the type of yogurt you choose as some low fat yogurts contain 14g or 15g of sugar per 100g.
A diehard yogurt eater, Galanakis tried several locally available yogurts in the market-but only got frustrated.