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Dienstag, November 11, 2003
When Pudding really is a cake...
and marmelade is not from fruits but from orange skin, who wonders then when people who make real yoghurt want to protect the name?
So it seems, what the Brits call yoghurt doesn't deserve the name but is in reality just fermented milk, it's like if they would call prosecco champaign. And who is really made for finding nothing more important than rub it into their - whatever body part you prefer? Of course it must be some EU-comissioner, preferably a french one, i'd say, but a German would also do.
Lionel of course has his say about it and here is what Ananova has about it.
I don't mind, I can knit my yoghurt myself or go to the supermarket and buy some. At least I know what's inside.