Posts Tagged ‘yogurt’

Locations — Ladurée | Restaurant, Tea Room and Macaron Specialist

January 24, 2020

Parthenon Diner

January 16, 2020

Branford Townhouse Restaurant | Where People Meet to Eat

May 5, 2019
’till 10pm

Twin Pines Restaurant Diner – East Haven, CT

February 27, 2019
24/7, on US-1

American Wing Cafe // Dining at The Met | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

November 19, 2018

The American Wing Café
Quick and casual American favorites with a view of Central Park. Monday–Thursday & Sunday: 10 am–4:30 pm
Friday & Saturday: 10 am–8:15 pm

The Petrie Court Café // Dining at The Met | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

November 19, 2018
Self-service dining with views of Central Park.
Daily: 11:30 am–4 pm (appears to be open at 11, almost filled by 1230 pm in fall)

Upper East Café

November 5, 2018
62 & 3, opens at 8a

Lactic acid fermentation – Wikipedia

May 5, 2018


The main method of producing yogurt is through the lactic acid fermentation of milk with harmless bacteria.[9][14] The primary bacteria used are typically Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, and United States as well as European law requires all yogurts to contain these two cultures (though others may be added as probiotic cultures).[14] These bacteria produce lactic acid in the milk culture, decreasing its pH and causing it to congeal. The bacteria also produce compounds that give yogurt its distinctive flavor. An additional effect of the lowered pH is the incompatibility of the acidic environment with many other types of harmful

For a probiotic yogurt, additional types of bacteria such as Lactobacillus acidophilus are also added to the culture.[14]