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Velvet View Farms Yogurt Greek Plain Cow (qt)

$7.50 $6.75

32 oz

Greek Style Yogurt
No Additives or Thickeners
From Pasture Raised Cows in Holmes Co

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This Greek or "Strained" yogurt is silky and creamy without thickeners, preservatives, powder milk or protein.

Enjoy in many delicious ways from dips, cooking, and baking to enjoying with toppings like fresh fruit or honey.

Ingredients: Cultured Milk

Velvet View Farmstead

Velvet View continues to grow its yogurt business - An Ohio Farm Bureau Feature Article

A Holmes County dairy farm’s yogurt business continues to develop as Velvet View Farmstead Yogurt adds more markets that carry both its plain and Greek yogurt varieties.

Velvet is a word that describes two unique features on the Schlauch family dairy farm. In the growing season, the 200 acres of fertile farmland is so green and lush that it looks like endless yards of emerald velvet fabric. It also perfectly defines the texture of their farmstead yogurt: smooth, like velvet.

Brandi Schlauch, her husband, Aaron and their sons, Logan and Wyatt, work together as a family.

In 2009 the family, including Aaron’s parents and business partners, David and Sandy, looked to branch out its dairy product line.

“Since there were two families living off the farm, we needed to figure out a way to supplement our income,” Brandi said. She knew that Aaron and David were dedicated dairymen and Holmes County didn’t have room for another cheese maker. So they explored yogurt production.

On yogurt making days, the milk goes a short distance from the milking parlor to the processing room where it is pasteurized at low temperatures for longer periods of time to preserve flavor and texture. Brandi adds active cultures to begin the fermentation and the yogurt will sit for 12 hours until Brandi breaks the yogurt curd before moving it to the cooler for 24 hours before packaging.

For Brandi, traceability is important to creating a quality yogurt. “We know which animals produced the milk,” said Brandi. “I can name names.” Holstein milk is a good choice for yogurt. It’s not as high in butterfat as milk from Jersey cows whose milk is well suited for ice creams, but the fats and proteins in Holstein milk are at ideal levels for yogurt production.

Brandi describes Velvet View’s whole milk yogurt taste as mild and not as tangy as some commercial brands.

“It’s an original style yogurt, thinner than most popular brands and almost drinkable,” she said. No preservatives, stabilizers or milk powder to thicken are added. “When people ask if it’s fresh, I say, ‘Yes. I made it yesterday,’ because I did,” she said with a laugh.


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