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Homemade yogurt. Is there a caloric difference when milk turns to yogurt???

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Homemade yogurt. Is there a caloric difference when milk turns to yogurt???

Moimoi | Nov 19, 2011 01:13 PM

I make homemade yogurt, and always use 4 litres (approx. 4 quarts) of milk. After it's fermented and the whey has separated from the yogurt draining from the cheesecloth, there is always 6 cups of whey that drains from the milk/yogurt. I'm wondering if there is a calorie difference between the process of milk to yogurt.

I just figure that six cups of whey must account for some calories. The milk fat is not relevant to this question, but I use either 2% or skim. I hope this makes sense. Thanks.

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