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A need for unhomogenized yogurt!

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created March 18, 2013 at 7:56 PM

I am looking for a brand of yogurt that is unhomogenized. Most of the yogurt these days are low-fat and pasteurized/homogenized which I stray away from. Can someone please tell me some good brands of unhomogenized, I would be grateful. I consume Redwood Hill Goat yogurt and it seems to be unhomogenized.

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on March 18, 2013
at 08:04 PM

To the best of my knowledge, goat milk does not require homogenization. So you are already consuming un-homogenized yogurt.

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on March 19, 2013
at 12:27 PM

Yogurt is pretty easy to make, just put the milk of your choice into a container and add some store-bought yogurt (to inoculate the milk with the culture), and keep it at 110-120F for a few hours until it thickens. If your oven goes that low you can use that, or rig up a double boiler or something. A friend of mine is Afghan and makes yogurt like this all the time.

You will see some incredibly complex recipes for yogurt online including about 15 steps and specialized equipment, and of course lots of special-purpose products you can buy that will help you make it, but it doesn't really have to be that hard. One thing that helps is to heat the milk to 165-185F before adding the yogurt culture. This pasteurizes it, which you may not want, but it also denatures the proteins in the milk which leads to a creamier yogurt. But if you don't mind somewhat-not-creamy yogurt feel free to skip this step.

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on March 19, 2013
at 02:36 AM

I don't remember the names of any brands, but I've seen non-homogenized yogurt at Trader Joe's and Whole Foods. Look for yogurt labeled "cream line". And if you're having goat's milk yogurt, it won't be homogenized because goat's milk doesn't separate and therefore doesn't need to be homogenized

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on March 18, 2013
at 08:00 PM

I think Kalona Supernaturals are non-homogenized?

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on March 19, 2013
at 06:47 AM

Consider making your own from unhomogenized milk? Homemade yogurt is easy & kinda fun.

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on March 18, 2013
at 09:10 PM

Kalona Supernatural if it's in your area. Check Whole Foods. Also, I'm not sure where you are, but here in Chicago we get some dairy at Whole Foods from an Indiana based creamery called Trader's Point Creamery. IT'S THE BEST YOGURT I'VE EVER HAD. http://www.tpforganics.com/

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on July 26, 2013
at 05:03 AM

7 stars low fat is unhomoginized and delicious!!!

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on May 22, 2013
at 08:38 PM

7 stars farms is unhomogenized and they make a low fat too!

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on March 19, 2013
at 01:23 PM

You can make your own, or if not, then Old Chatham Sheep's Milk yogurt can be found at Whole Foods. It has a layer of cream on top and there are no additives in it.

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on March 18, 2013
at 11:17 PM

http://www.whitemountainfoods.com/YogurtProductPage.html

these guys, by far, make the best yogurt out there, it is the real deal

if you are into raw dairy check out realmilk.com to find a dairy near you, chances are they also make yogurt, which is extremely healthy and easy to digest

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on March 18, 2013
at 08:00 PM

http://www.browncowfarm.com/our-yogurt/cream-top

They still add pectin, though.

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