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    Can anyone recommend a UK brand of healthy yogurt?

    Ideally non-pasteurised and fermented

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    I don't think you will find un-pasturised as a brand, or even in a farm shop. All yogurt is fermented Yogurt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

    If you really want raw then you might find a farm-shop selling raw milk, making the yogert is pretty easy as I understand.

    Personally I just buy greek yogert from what-ever supermarket I'm in that week.
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    You could try here.. HOME
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    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.

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    Nice one guys. Good link. And Yeo Valley yoghurt looks pretty good too.

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    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.

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    Its correct that you cant buy raw milk in Scotland..
    But..
    You can buy it from Hook & Son (the place I posted above) & they can ship it to you in Scotland!

    Exspensive but I may just have to give it a try...
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    It may be cheaper in the long-run to buy a cow
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    I've never had raw milk to my knowledge. But I do miss the unhomogenised milk we used to get when I was a child. Mmm, top-of-the-milk.

    Now I hardly ever drink milk at all (something about not drinking your calories?). I just eat yoghurt and cheese and butter and cream.

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