22 Dec 2016 • Tracey Ingram
Time for something sour: Foodcurators dissects the yoghurt-making process at Frame’s KitchenLab
COLOGNE – Home-fermented foods are seeing a revival – something Foodcurators explores during a tasting and demo of its Yoghurt Clock during Frame’s KitchenLab, an exhibition held during IMM LivingKitchen.
The yoghurt-making process is straightforward: bacteria is added to milk, which breaks down lactose and converts it into lactic acid. After 24 hours, you have yoghurt. But dissecting that process into a 24-hour clock results in other possibilities along the way. Stopping fermentation earlier results in such products as whey shakes, yoghurt-based cosmetic products and yoghurt flakes.
Foodcurators will demo Yoghurt Clock at Frame’s KitchenLab on 20 January at 13:00 (stand A-028 Hall 05.2) at IMM LivingKitchen.