You often see that yogurt has “live and active cultures” inside of it. The living organisms in it are called Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, which convert pasteurized milk into yogurt. These bacterias are actually required for pasteurized, fermented milk to be considered true yogurt. The fermentation process is what gives yogurt it’s taste, texture and healthful attributes. When you see that yogurt is “living”, it is not that there are actually any little living creatures swimming around in there. It simply means the cultures and healthy bacteria required to make yogurt are living and keeping the product the way it is intended to be.
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