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    How does Greek style yoghurt differ from ordinary yoghurt?





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    greek yogurt is very thick and creamy and i think milk is heated before it is cultured and drained through muslin cloth





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    It's much thicker and has way more protein than regular yogurt. I LOVE the Greek style. You can actually use the regular Greek style in place of sour cream and not tell the difference.












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    It's from Greece and other yoghurt is from cows. :D

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    Thanks RC and Johnie!

    Dawn - Is the other yoghurt really from the Isle of Wight?





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    I'm guessing not, my memories of numerous tea-towels insists that they are cows you can't milk!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claire, post: 221513
    Dawn - Is the other yoghurt really from the Isle of Wight?
    Nice one Claire.





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