Yoghurt: A Global History (Edible) (Hardcover)

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Yoghurt: A Global History is a fascinating look at the rich history of yoghurt, from its earliest awakenings in Neolithic times to the modern-day culinary phenomenon it has become. The book delves into its nutritious properties, analyzes worldwide consumption, and explores the new developments in yoghurts, including non-dairy varieties, on-the-go options, and its impact in China, Europe, and North America. Highlighting scientific studies and offering practical guidance, June Hersh helps us better understand the plethora of yoghurt products available. She also provides step by step instructions on how to make foolproof homemade yoghurt, as well as mouthwatering international recipes.

About the Author

June Hersh is the author of Recipes Remembered: A Celebration of Survival and The Kosher Carnivore. She lives in New York.

Praise For…

“In Yoghurt: A Global History, Hersh teaches yoghurt lovers how one of the world’s oldest and healthiest foods has evolved from an exotic ingredient to a valuable staple in kitchens from East to West!”
— Jennifer Abadi, author of "Too Good to Passover"

“Hersh’s remarkable book teems with millions of microbes of knowledge about an ancient and vital food.”
— Jeff Ross, farmstead educator and artisan chef, Blackberry Farm

Product Details
ISBN: 9781789144123
ISBN-10: 1789144124
Publisher: Reaktion Books
Publication Date: April 29th, 2021
Pages: 160
Series: Edible

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