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    • dizzybee
    • By dizzybee 9th Sep 17, 7:53 PM
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    Freezing yoghurt and fromage frais?
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    Freezing yoghurt and fromage frais? 9th Sep 17 at 7:53 PM
    hi,
    is it ok to freeze Natural yogurt ?



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    Hi,

    I have frozen natural yogurt and fruit yogurts before, it is okay, but I general tend to eat it a frozen yogurt dessert rather than let it thaw totally out.
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    I make my own yogurt, using a live yogurt sometimes as a starter. Half a pot is enough for a batch so I freeze the rest, which is fine for the next time I need some. So yes, it's fine and retains it's 'live' properties
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    Hmm, I had read that this was possible and tried it a few weeks ago, only to be disappointed with the result. At least I had only done 1 litre and not 2!
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    I think the problem is that yoghurt never really regains its original texture once defrosted: it gets a bit lumpy / grainy. Unlike milk that defrosts perfectly.
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    Hmm, I had read that this was possible and tried it a few weeks ago, only to be disappointed with the result. At least I had only done 1 litre and not 2!
    Originally posted by purpleivy
    I only freeze it in small portions, maybe that makes a difference? If I'm going to eat it rather than using as a starter I would add a spoonful of muesli so maybe that soaks up any 'wetness'? I'll look more carefully next time
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    I've never frozen yogurt.


    I do make dauphinoise potatoes with crème fraiche and freeze a portion. That works. It's a bit dry but I add a little milk before reheating.
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