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Cream O'Gurt with a unique cocktail of probiotics at Sunrise Café

Please make plans to join us at Sunrise Café today, July 13th, from 9:30 AM - 1 PM.

The yogurt is made by adding lactic acid-producing bacteria to milk. As the bacteria grow, they produce lactic acid, which coagulates the milk protein casein, thickening and souring the milk. These globbed up proteins are then separated from the "whey" — the leftover water and milk protein called whey — forming the gloopy white stuff we call yogurt.
The bacteria that do the curdling are probiotics — a word that literally means "good for life." Several different probiotic bacteria, species of Lactobacillus, Streptococcus thermophilus, and Bifidiobacteriumare, etc. are used to make the yogurt. That's why our Cream O'Gurt yogurt goes by many names: health food, ice cream substitute, breakfast, protein source, etc. And so, come to see us and enjoy fruit in different forms and over 10 different flavors: banana/guineo, coconut, guanabana, blackberry/mora, naranjilla, passion fruit/maracuya, peach, pineapple/pina, strawberry and plain.

Ada Paulovic: or or join us at:

July 13th, from 9:30 AM - 1 PM, Calle Larga 9-40 y Benigno Malo, Cuenca