Today I was at the grocery store picking up some yogurt and I was looking at the Yoplait Light ones, they have gelatin in it but it's "kosher gelatin." Now I understand that gelatin does not necessarily mean vegetarian/ vegan it just means that dairy and meat were not mixed together right? But gelatin is just crushed up animal bones + cartilage so how can it be in yogurt which is dairy? This may be a stupid question but I was just wondering.
If all else fails I can get soy yogurt. Or Dannon All Natural yogurt which is vegetarian because it has no gelatin in it at all.
But I'm just curious.
Thanks for the article! If the gelatin comes from slaughtered pork and is mixed with dairy, then that doesn't sound completely kosher to me.
But it's cool I like Silk yogurts and Dannon's all natural yogurts. They're more creamy and I feel better eating them since I actually KNOW what's in them.
This doesn't have to do with the yogurt, but does anyone know if there's kosher jello cups? Or the mix? I've never seen it at grocery stores, and I don't eat pork (for religious reasons). It looks so yummy!
oh, fun fact. Altoids have gelatin in them. Who knew? hah (okay, I'm sure a lot of people know....I just felt kind of silly when I bought a pack and then found out they have gelatin in them)
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