Fermented Science | History of Yogurt | Season 3 Episode 2


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  1. Kerem Delialioğlu says: August 11th, 2022 at 8:40 am

    Turkey doesn’t have hot desert lands though, aside from the small one in Konya. Central Asia was also a desert, but it was pretty cold.

  2. hashachar70 says: August 11th, 2022 at 8:45 am

    Hi. I just attempted to leave this message on the Spoiled to Perfection website–but it wouldn’t send!
    Good Morning.
    I just attempted to find a recipe for sourdough culture on this site, as well as searching on-line for the Farm to Fermentation Festival in Sonoma as well as entering the poster/artwork contest…all to no avail.
    I did sign up for your YouTube channel, so I’m looking forward to that.
    Is there a recipe for sourdough culture somewhere on this site?
    Will there be another Farm to Fermentation Festival? The website hasn’t been updated since last year…
    Is there anyone who looks after this site?
    I have seen the Spoiled to Perfection snippets on KRCB, and am an amateur pickler (fermented, that is). I want to learn how to make a sourdough culture so I can make sourdough bread. I’ve mastered challah, but want to make a sourdough version if it’s at all possible.
    If someone is out there, please answer?
    Thank You,

  3. Andrei Georgescu says: August 11th, 2022 at 8:47 am

    There was no Turkey in the 6th century!!!!


  5. Hasan Darvia says: August 11th, 2022 at 8:54 am

    Please get your facts correct next time!

  6. Eu, a Rainha e 3 princesas. says: August 11th, 2022 at 8:57 am


  7. Golan Remmen says: August 11th, 2022 at 9:29 am

    I’ve mentioned this in other vid comments: yogurt actually originated in human awareness in the ponch’s of ruminant young human hunter/gathers exploited millenia ago. Probably it was a rare treat along with other ponch foods, such as fermented foliage found in the ponch’s of older ruminants . Neither yogurt nor sauerkraut (imitation ponch foliage) were made by humans until far later; the periods traditionally designated as the dawn of yogurt days.

  8. This is so wrong yogurt has been proven to exist in Asia and Africa before the 4000 bc


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