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Yogurt Powder anyone?

Hi all,

Does anyone know where I can buy yogurt powder in or around Zurich?

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Re: Yogurt Powder anyone?

What is wrong with fresh yoghurt?
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Old 06.11.2010, 02:07
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Re: Yogurt Powder anyone?

Nothing wrong with fresh yogurt, eat it almost every day. I need the powder for some cake and other recipes.
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Hi all,

Does anyone know where I can buy yogurt powder in or around Zurich?

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Have to give this a bump. Have not had any joy finding yogurt powder.

Any ideas?

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Re: Yogurt Powder anyone?

Hi, If you still interested. I am a manufacturer based in the US and we offer yogurt powder.
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Nothing wrong with fresh yogurt, eat it almost every day. I need the powder for some cake and other recipes.
Surely adjusting the quantity of other liquid ingredients and using fresh yoghurt would produce best results?

Each to there own, though. I've never even heard of yoghurt powder.
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Old 16.11.2010, 09:58
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What is wrong with fresh yoghurt?
Well, for one thing, you can't chop it up on a mirror and snort it. ...or well, you can, but things tend to get messy...or so I've heard
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Old 16.11.2010, 10:06
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Re: Yogurt Powder anyone?

Yogurt powder was developed by the food manufacturing industry as the popularity of yogurt as an ingredient in foods increased.

It was developed as a substitute for fresh yogurt as it is cheaper and easier to store and has stable characteristics compared with the real stuff.

Looking for it for use a homemade recipe would be rather like going to the shops to hunt for powdered mash potato when you already have a bag of potatoes on the counter in the kitchen.

Someone's going to be asking for powdered egg white next
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Someone's going to be asking for powdered egg white next

- no problem, I stock that. Actually, the eggwhite powder is easier to dose than using a fresh egg - and not knowing what to do with the yolk.

Sorry, OT - can't help with the yoghurt powder, either.
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Re: Yogurt Powder anyone?

My gut feeling (pardon the pun) would be to ask at a reformhaus.

I can recommend the gluten-free shop in Seefeld (Zurich) because the owner/manager is super-helpful and speaks English...but I think if you can find someone in a reformhaus (health food shop) they would be able to help you out...

In German it might be something like 'Joghurtpulver'...
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Re: Yogurt Powder anyone?

Found some links, sorry, but it's probiotic powder as a 'health supplement'
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Old 17.11.2010, 00:15
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My gut feeling (pardon the pun) would be to ask at a reformhaus.

I can recommend the gluten-free shop in Seefeld (Zurich) because the owner/manager is super-helpful and speaks English...but I think if you can find someone in a reformhaus (health food shop) they would be able to help you out...

In German it might be something like 'Joghurtpulver'...
Thank you, I think the health food shop is a good place to start. I will have a look and report back.

I really want it to make different flavor yogurt toppings for rice cakes. I cannot think how else you would be able to make the topping than with the powdered version.

Any other suggestions on how to make the yogurt topping for the rice cakes will be much appreciated!
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Re: Yogurt Powder anyone?

You can buy yoghurt powder online at the prorest shop here - http://www.prorest.ch - the product name is Yopol.
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