The ‘Immortal’ Homemade Yogurt That Traveled ‘Round The World

The ‘Immortal’ Homemade Yogurt That Traveled ‘Round The World

By Eliza Barclay

An Indian immigrant in Oklahoma missed the yogurt she’d grown up with. So when she traveled to India, she brought some back to use to make it herself. Forty years later, that yogurt lives on.

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