The Edible Guide

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Culture: An American Yogurt Company

Originally the main focus of Jenny Ammirati’s three-year-old shop was ultra-thick, Greek-style strained yogurt served by the cup or a bowl. They cultivate their own whole, skim and low-fat yogurts using milks from Hudson Valley Fresh and Organic Valley, and the results are both highly probiotic and indulgently rich; they’re better still paired with house-made granola and locally sourced fruity toppings in flavors like strawberry-rhubarb or apricot-ginger. Today Culture’s regular yogurt has its fans, but this time of year the real queues form for the frozen variety, served soft-serve style like the swirls of strawberry shown above. A small is $4.22, and comes with one free topping .

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