Do some "live cultures" in yogurt get destroyed in the manufacturing process?
This question is being asked by many....Do some (many) live cultures get destroyed in the act of manufacturing yogurt, thereby rendering yogurt innefective?
by ciaotebaldi 12 years ago
Do some "active cultures" in yogurt get destroyed in the process of manufacturing?Does the manufacturing process make yogurt culture inactive?
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When I was growing up the public's attachment or appreciation for a musician was based what we heard when we pressed "play" on our stereos. Then MTV came along and it was all about the image. Suddenly, record companies focused on finding the "face", rather than the...
by ngureco 9 years ago
What Are Live And Active Cultures In Yogurt?What is the importance of live and active cultures in yogurt? How can you tell which yogurt contains live and active cultures?
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