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A question about a recipe: Almond Cake with Orange-Flower Water Syrup

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What do you mean by "natural" yogurt? I'm sure that you mean unflavored, but do you mean Greek style as well? Or will any other type do?

asked by Kyle Anne almost 3 years ago
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added almost 3 years ago

Any plain yogurt should work fine.

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added almost 3 years ago

Greek-style yogurt should be okay, but plain natural yoghurt often has more water in it than Greek-Style and this might make a difference in the density of the cake. Plain, unflavoured yogurt is labeled natural.