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yoghourts, plural; yoghurts, plural; yogurts, plural;
  1. A semisolid sourish food prepared from milk fermented by added bacteria, often sweetened and flavored

  1. a custard-like food made from curdled milk
  2. Yoghurt or yogurt is a dairy product produced by bacterial fermentation of milk. Fermentation of lactose produces lactic acid, which acts on milk protein to give yoghurt its texture and its characteristic tang. Dairy yoghurt is produced using a culture of Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. ...
  3. Hickey was a "melodic" punk band from San Francisco's Mission District, the band recorded, released and distributed their own music. Elaborate and very personal artwork was the style used for the band's records.
  4. Alternative spelling of yoghurt
  5. Milk cultured with bacteria to give it a slightly thick consistency and sour flavor.
  6. A curdled milk product made acid and thickened by adding bacterial cultures. Fruit-flavored yogurts account for the biggest share of the yogurt market. Originated accidentally by nomadic Balkan tribes, then purposefully to preserve milk.
  7. Yogurt is milk which has been fermented by keeping it at a temperature of 110 degrees for several hours. The final product is a creamy with a slightly tart taste. Yogurt is available plain, flavored, and frozen.
  8. (noun) – a soft, pudding-like food made from milk that contains live bacteria that can help digestion
  9. To see or eat yogurt in your dream, suggests that you need to learn to behave appropriately for the different situations and circumstances you find yourself in.
  10. This nutritious food is made by introducing harmless bacteria into milk and allowing it to feed on the milk sugars. This creates a slight acidity that makes yogurt a thick and tangy food, high in nutritional value. It adds a light, airy texture to breads. ...
  11. Milk-based product to which cultures have been added. (see Flavored Yogurt, Sundae-style Yogurt Swiss-style Yogurt
  12. An attempt to get Gertrude's attention. - Joseph Leff
  13. Semi-solid dairy product made from partially evaporated and fermented milk. Yogurt is one of only three foods that taste exactly the same as they sound. The other two are goulash and squid.
  14. a parody of the Jedi master Yoda (named after the food yogurt), is a sage with deep knowledge of the mysterious power called The Schwartz (The Force). His bombastic entrance resembles that of the wizard in The Wizard of Oz. ...
  15. A custardlike, tangy, cultured dairy product; it can be used as a substitute for sour cream in recipes. Be sure to purchase yogurt containing live cultures and no refined sugar. Better yet, make your own!
  16. Plain yogurt is very nutritious with protein, calcium, magnesium, riboflavin, vitamin B6 and B12. While parrots don't have the digestive enzymes to digest most milk products, yogurt has cultures that make it more digestible for parrots. ...
  17. Milk that has been fermented by adding bacteria to create a custard-like consistency with a tangy taste. Yogurt is primarily made with cows’ milk however other animals’ milk can be used. ...
  18. bald-headed yogurt slinger – purple-headed yogurt slinger – single barrel pump action yogurt rifle
  19. NDH [C] acts as the container and DH [Y, PO down, acts as the spoon scooping the yogurt to the mounth twice. To see an animation of this sign, go to "yogurt" American Sign Language.
  20. There is no official definition of yogurt by AAFCO.  Excellent source of calcium and protein.
  21. Yogurt contains alpha hydroxy acid( lactic acid), which is good for your skin and it will gently peel of your dead skin and rejuvenate it. It could maintain your skin elasticity. The lactic acid in yogurt soothes, softens and tightens the skin and refines the pores. ...
  22. Yogurt is made from milk ranging from skim to half-and-half, which affects its fat content. The milk is treated with bacteria culture, which gives yogurt its tangy taste and thick texture. Yogurt adds flavor and moistness to recipes.
  23. Healing and spirituality