Does yogurt have similar nutritional benefits when it’s cooked as when it’s eaten raw? I don’t care for the sour taste, but I like to cook chicken and fish in it. Thanks
The nutritional benefits of yogurt used in cooking will be similar to when it’s eaten raw, although some vitamins may be destroyed by heating. Additionally, active cultures that are in uncooked yogurt will also be destroyed by heating. However, you will still obtain nutrients such as calcium, and yogurt is a good replacement for sour cream because it is lower in fat.