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There's a fish in my yogurt

April 9, 2014 - Karin Elton
I was eating some Muller lemon yogurt the other day and my son said that it’s made with Tilipia. I condescendingly said you must mean tapioca. He said read the label. Sure enough, it said “made with Tilipia (fish).”

At first I thought, “ewww, yogurt and fish.” After an Internet search, I realize that the fish bones are used to make the gelatin part of the yogurt, which doesn’t sound so bad considering what gelatin is usually made of — cow or pig parts.

 
 

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