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    Default Where does Acidophilus in yogurt come from?

    Assalaamualaikum,

    Acidophilus is a bacteria used as an ingredient in yogurts. Pretty much all the manufacturer of yogurt (danan an etc.) use the ingredient Acidophilus.

    Does anyone know where it comes from?

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    They live in the intenstines/vaginas of normal people. I imagine they are cultured from a sample from one of those.


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    Mossy is right. It comes from those human organs!!!
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    OH MY GOD LASSILASSI


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    You make dahi by putting a teaspoon of old dahi into milk. This raises the question: WHERE DID THE FIRST SAMPLE OF DAHI COME FROM!!!


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    They do live in the places Br. Mossy mentioned, but for commerical use (such as for making yogurts, etc), prepared acidophilus cultures are used. It was probably taken from one of those places ages ago and used as the starter for the culture. So these days, every time they make yogurt, they don't need to get a human sample to add to it...

    Maybe I should ask my dad. He's a microbiologist. He'll be able to enlighten me.


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    Is It Halal?


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    how can something from those places be halaal???
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