White Moustache Makes the Silk Sheets of Yogurt

By F&W Editors Posted November 07, 2014

Comparing Iranian yogurt to Greek yogurt is like comparing silk sheets to cotton sheets, according to The White Moustache founder Homa Dashtaki.

Comparing Iranian yogurt to Greek yogurt is like comparing silk sheets to cotton sheets, according to The White Moustache founder Homa Dashtaki. Her decadent, ultra-creamy yogurt is made with just whole cow milk, probiotics and a lot of hands on work. Layered in small jars with seasonal preserves like dates, quince or even shallots, the tangy, custardy yogurt is just like the kind Dashtaki grew up eating. In the video above, James Beard Award-winning videographer Liza de Guia of Food Curated gets an insider’s look at Dashtaki’s Brooklyn yogurt factory.

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