What is Yogurt?
Yogurt is a bacteria fermented dairy product made from milk. Cow's milk is usually used, but any kind of milk will create yogurt. The bacteria and gentle heat coagulates the milk to create the thick and creamy substance known as yogurt. Yogurt is white and easy to eat with a spoon. Its flavor is gently tart. Yogurt is used for dishes both sweet and savory and is most often eaten as a snack in the US.