Lactose-free yoghurt, myth or reality?

It is often said that yoghurts contain no lactose. You'll finally know the truth!

Yoghurt does not contain lactose. True or false?

This is not true!

You may have been told that yoghurt is lactose-free - and yet, after eating it, you may have experienced the usual symptoms of lactose intolerance.lactose intolerance. Why is this?

It should be noted that, for reasons of taste and texture, manufacturers add milk powder (= 50 % of lactose), condensed milk, whey or fresh cream to their yoghurt recipes. This added lactose is then present in too large a quantity in the yoghurt to be completely transformed by the lactic ferments - hence the inconvenience. Lactolerance allows you to enjoy these yoghurts without any inconvenience.

It's true!

At home, on the other hand, there is no need to add lactose to prepare delicious yoghurts and enjoy them without fear! Using organic milk, for example, and adding a few drops of essential oils (vanilla, orange, etc.) you can obtain delicious and original yoghurts.

Making your own yoghurt is also ecological No plastic pots, no energy for transport or storage in the shops, and all this at an unbeatable cost price!

A good yoghurt maker costs 30 to 40 euros - but ask around and you'll probably find someone who's happy to make room in their cupboards! 

Enjoy your meal!

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