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Make Fresh, Healthy Yogurt Right at Home

y husband and I eat yogurt mixed with granola or whole-grain cereal most days for breakfast. A quality yogurt contains protein, vitamins, and minerals, and is an excellent source of probiotics. Many store-bought traditional yogurts are too sweet and taste artificial. My favorite is (pronounced SKEER) — a high-protein, Icelandic dairy product that’s thick like Greek yogurt, but not as tangy. Some say that is actually a cheese, because the process for making it has historically involved adding rennet to milk, as one would do when making mozzarella.

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