Yogurt, it turns out, might not just be good for you from a nutritional point of view. In fact, engineered yogurt bacteria could make spotting cancer as easy as taking a pregnancy test.
Chobani – maker of garbage yogurt – faced considerable backlash this week over a slogan, printed on the lids of its 100-calorie "Simply 100" yogurt cups, which read: "Nature got us to 100 calories, not scientists. #howmatters." The company has since discontinued the campaign, and issued a weirdly backhanded apology.
Breakfast can be a pretty depressing ordeal, especially on these cold, dark mornings. Why not genetically engineer your yogurt to turn it into into a pharmacy-grade anti-depressent? That ought cheer the process up. Here's how to do it.
Witness… the future of yogurt. Rather than building a spoon into the lid, which is a waste of material, this CrushPak allows you to either use your own spoon or squeeze the delicious yogurt right into your mouth. The latter is obviously the more fun choice, but don't tell Mom that.
I guess Toshiba is trying to diversify. Their newest product is a yogurt machine, and it doesn't play mp3s and it certainly isn't HD compatible — it just ferments stuff. Stick some milk in there and soon enough, you'll have homemade yogurt.
Vince here. As I awoke this morning for the daily Gizmodo grind, I looked in the fridge for something to eat for breakfast. Some Apple-Cinnamon Dannon Yogurt caught my eye so I snatched it up so I could consume it as fast as humanly possible. I noticed a cute message on top of the foil lid as I was opening the yogurt:…