It's morning in Vermont. You pad downstairs, open up the fridge, and pour yourself a nice big glass of . . . yogurt? Yep, you read it right. If Gert and Arda Schut of Millborne Farm have their way, that scenario will soon be playing itself out in kitchens all over the state. In August, the Shoreham dairy farmers started marketing a drinkable yogurt beverage similar to Indian "lassi" or Middle Eastern "kefir."
"In Holland they drink it like orange juice; it's really popular for breakfast," explains Arda Schut, 46, in lightly accented English.... Read more
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