I notice that some plain-flavored frozen yogurt from fro-yo establishments lacks the sourness of yogurt BUT is not very sweet at all. In other words, it has a kind of neutral taste, neither very sweet nor tart. A biologist who works with yogurt cultures told me that froyo makers actually use strains of yogurt that are less tart than the typical non-frozen plain yogurt that you buy at your grocery. I'd like to achieve this result in a home froyo maker --ie get as non-sour a froyo as possible while adding as little sugar or sweet fruit as possible. Can any knowledgeable user of this or another home froyo maker tell me if and how that's possible? Thanks.
For heathier, sugarless sweeteners, depending upon the flavor desired, you can use jam, fruit juice, fruit syrup, stevia or erithrytol, raw or Pasteurized honey, maple syrup, Splenda, aspartame, or saccharine. I would do some Googling on the various plus/minus attributes of each. I hope this helps. C. V. May
Google Cultures for Health for more info. Good luck on the holy grail search for a very sweet yogurt. Also, I doubt that anyone else's search for what you want would be more fruitful than your own. REAL expert advice is found on the web than from fellow owners of this machine, it seems to me. Good luck.