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Can anyone recommend a UK brand of healthy yogurt?
It is still Cow Milk, try switching to Raw Goats Milk, and use that to make your homemade Yoghurt, even better if you can get Sheeps Milk!
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It's very hard to get raw milk in the UK –*in fact in Scotland it's illegal to sell it at all. These people sell raw milk in England: HOME including a yoghurt. I've never bought anything from them, just found them with a Google search.
Me, I buy Yeo Valley yoghurt. It's pasteurised but organic and grass-fed. And it's available in the supermarket at a reasonable price.
You can use Yeo Valley as a starter to make your own yogurt too as it's a live culture (unlike most "fruit" yogurts). Just heat organic milk to 43 degrees C, add 2 tbsp of yogurt and put it in a vacuum flask overnight. Next morning pour into a bowl and chill it. You can freeze the remaining Yeo Valley in ice cube trays to use next time.