Crossword clues for yogurt
- Dairy item made by bacterial fermentation
- Dairy choice
- Dairy buy
- Custardlike food
- Cultured fare
- Cultured dairy product
- Breakfast in a cup
- Snack often topped with granola
- Smoothie starter
- Sandra Fleck upset tournament favorite (3, 4)
- Raita ingredient
- Probiotic snack
- Lunchtime snack, perhaps
- Fruit-on-the-bottom snack
- Frozen fare, at times
- Frozen ___ (ice cream alternative)
- Food made from cultures
- Fermented food
- Dieter's snack
- Dieter's fare at times
- Diet treat
- Dairy-section item
- Dairy case display
- Cultured thing to eat?
- Cultured food
- Cultured breakfast item
- Calcium supplier
- Bulgarian milk diet
- Active-cultures food
- "Cultured" dairy product
- Modern breakfast
- Healthy lunch
- Healthful breakfast
- Cultured fare?
- Colombo product
- Dannon product
- Kind of smoothie
- Dish eaten with a spoon
- A custard-like food made from curdled milk
- Cultured-milk product
- Cultured product
- Fermented milk product
- Dieter's food
- Health food
- Popular health food
- Solver’s time to swallow good dairy product
- Food basket extremely oily when upset
- Dairy product made from curdled milk
- The solver's breakfast finally includes good dairy product
- Ice cream alternative
- Dairy case buy
- Smoothie ingredient
- Healthy snack
- Dairy-case buy
- Milk product
- Dairy food
- Dairy-section offering
- Dairy item
- Dieter's standby
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
also yoghurt, 1620s, a mispronunciation of Turkish yogurt, in which the -g- is a "soft" sound, in many dialects closer to an English "w." The root yog means roughly "to condense" and is related to yogun "intense," yogush "liquify" (of water vapor), yogur "knead."
n. 1 A milk-based product thickened by a bacterium-aided curdling process, and sometimes mixed with fruit or other flavoring. 2 (lb en especially in compounds) Any similar product based on other substances (e.g. ''soy yogurt'').
The bacteria used to make yogurt are known as "yogurt cultures". Fermentation of lactose by these bacteria produces lactic acid, which acts on milk protein to give yogurt its texture and characteristic tang. Cow's milk is commonly available worldwide, and, as such, is the milk most commonly used to make yogurt. Milk from water buffalo, goats, ewes, mares, camels, and yaks is also used to produce yogurt where available locally. Milk used may be homogenized or not (milk distributed in many parts of the world is homogenized); both types may be used, with substantially different results.
Yogurt is produced using a culture of Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus bacteria. In addition, other lactobacilli and bifidobacteria are also sometimes added during or after culturing yogurt. Some countries require yogurt to contain a certain amount of colony-forming units of bacteria; in China, for example, the requirement for the number of lactobacillus bacteria is at least 1 × 10 CFA per gram per milliliter. To produce yogurt, milk is first heated, usually to about 85 °C (185 °F), to denature the milk proteins so that they set together rather than form curds. After heating, the milk is allowed to cool to about 45 °C (113 °F). The bacterial culture is mixed in, and a temperature of 45 °C (113 °F) is maintained for four to seven hours to allow fermentation.
Yogurt is a dairy product.
Yogurt may also refer to:
- Yogurt (band), a punk rock band
- Yogurting, a video game
- Yogurt-kun, a San-X food
- Yogurt land, a California yogurt franchise
- Yogurt Mountain, a frozen yogurt chain
- Yogurt Revolution, an October 5, 1988 rally to overthrow the government of Vojvodina and Kosovo
- Yogurt rice, an Indian dish
- Yogurt, a major character in the 1987 film Spaceballs
Usage examples of "yogurt".
Pearl, unpack and hang everything up carefully, iron things that had wrinkled, take a bath, put on the pajamas she usually wore when she slept without me, get in bed with Pearl, have a half cup of frozen chocolate yogurt sweetened with aspartame, and watch a movie.
Heaping the meat-filled cabbage dolma into my bowl, I covered it with yogurt and topped it off with handfuls of hot red pepper flakes before taking a seat beside the young gentleman.
Along each side of the long center aisle there were stalls selling yogurt with fruit topping, kielbasy on a roll with sauerkraut, lobster rolls, submarine sandwiches, French bread, country pate, Greek salad, sweet and sour chicken, baklava, cookies, bagels, oysters, cheese, fresh fruit on a stick, ice cream, cheesecake, barbecued chicken, pizza, doughnuts, cookies, galantine of duck, roast beef sandwiches with chutney on fresh-baked bread, bean sprouts, dried peaches, jumbo cashews and other nuts.
Or down at Back Bay at that yogurt place with that picture of those historical guys Inc was saying at breakfast was up on the wall.
I am greeted by a very mopey looking lettuce and some out-of-date yogurts.
He vows to begin the regime which he has often consideredgoing for a jog each morning before sitting down to a breakfast of muesli and yogurt.
I fiddled with a half-pint milk em opened yogurt, poured milk and orange juice, tud napkin under his chin and began with the straw!
Salima unpacked her groceries, storing yogurt in the tiny fridge and stocking the miniscule pantry with chickpeas, rice, and flat bread.
Tandoor in Cleveland, in the torpid afterglow of Jhinga Biryani, lightly spiced rice and shrimp, Baigan Bharta, rich and pungent roasted eggplant, Palak Raita, a spinach and yogurt condiment that cools the palate, and the wondrous Indian bread naan.
The drugstore in Lake City was probably still in the blackstrap molasses and yogurt era.
Her whole being anticipated the heavenly crunch of the falafel balls nestled in among fresh cucumber and tomatoes and yogurt sauce.
He opened the back window and took in the yogurt and a can of ginger ale, set them down beside her with a spoon and some melba toast.
A lot of mycologists work in industry, making cheeses and yogurts and the like, so it is hard to say how many are actively involved in research, but we can safely take it that there are more species of fungi to be found than there are people to find them.
Carolyn a stack of Monday newspapers, a thermos of tea, a bag of oranges, a box of extra-strength Tylenol, and four small containers of yogurt.
The items on her shelf of the refrigerator, the big tubs of yogurt and the crackers and the tabouli, sat untouched.