Yanni Yoghurt™
Cultured milk products may have been produced at least since the 3rd millenium, some 4,500 years ago while fermenting as they were carried in goatskin bags. These were carried by the nomadic Bulgars as they migrated into Europe in the 2nd century AD settling in the Balkans by the 7th century. The conqueror, Ghenghis Khan in the 13th century, had his armies eat this healthful food. The use of specific bacteria into milk under specific temperatures and conditions produces yoghurt. Yoghurt is rich in protein, B2, B5 and B12, and the minerals calcium, zinc, iodine, potassium, phosphorous, and molybdenum. Yoghurt that contains live bacteria may help to live longer and strengthen the immune system.