How Skyr Is Made In Iceland | Regional Eats

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With its thick, creamy texture, you may easily mistake skyr for yogurt. In reality, skyr is a cheese made from pasteurised skimmed milk, with no cream in it. Þorgrímur Einar Guðbjartsson from Erpsstaðir Creamery in Budardalur, Iceland takes us through the making process of this special cheese. His creamery was first devoted to making ice cream, but he later started to make skyr with the leftover milk as a fun way to preserve it.

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How Skyr Is Made In Iceland | Regional Eats

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