Pavel’s Yogurt is a Russian-style yogurt that's made in small batches and is said to have a mild taste with low acidity and tartness. The product is made with a family recipe that features a blend of yogurt cultures that started in Russia over a century ago, and no preservatives, stabilizers or emulsifiers.
Along with milk sourced from Northern California, the simple, minimally processed ingredients in the yogurt are treated with the same small-batch, artisanal process Pavel learned from his family in the late 1800s. According to the brand, this gives the product a "gentle consistency and delicate mouthfeel" and it can be compared to handmade yogurts found in Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean and India.
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Pavel’s Yogurt Features Cultures Started in Russia 100 Years Ago
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