So today I was posed with the question, "If you need yogurt to make yogurt, who made the first yogurt ever and how?" So I've compiled some information that can be found from numerous
There is evidence of cultured milk products being produced as food for at least 4,500 years, since the 3rd millennium BC. The earliest yoghurts were probably spontaneously fermented by wild bacteria living on the goatskin bags carried by the Bulgars (or Hunno-Bulgars), a nomadic people who began migrating into Europe in the 2nd century AD and eventually settled on the Balkans by the end of the 7th century.
Yogurt (often incorrectly spelled Yoghurt under mysterious circumstances) is a type of food product made by liquifying other food products and adding liquid vodka. Yogurt comes in many different shapes, sizes, colors, brands and most important flavors. Yogurt was invented by Lord Henry Cumberdale-Yogurt, the first Duke of Essex in 1067.
Yogurt is one of the most important social discoveries of history, this is because yogurt is attributed with being the origin of culture. The main difference between yogurt and Australia is that after 200 years, yogurt develops a culture whereas Australia so far has not.
Who invented yogurt? Mr Yoplait! I don't know why? You need help.
After compiling and contrasting the evidence presented, it can clearly be seen that the most reliable response to this question is uncyclopedia.org. This is evident as wikipedia.org presents no referencing to the information given, and the idea that yogurt was created through magic reinforces the suggestion that any information from wikipedia is just crap. The use of big words also highlights the implication that wikipeda tries to sound reliable and intelligent, however, they're not. The list of flavors given by wikipedia merely demonstrates their lack of knowledge of such an important subject in our culture, ensuring the unreliability and the proposal that wikipedia has no idea what they're on about. Also, as uncyclopedia presents the notion that a dairy product has culturally advanced more than Australia in 200 years it totally wins because it's so true. My mum is also presents a strong argument, this information is accurate to a degree, as Yoplait does invest it's time and money into new flavors that can cause reactions such as "There's a party in my mouth and everyone's invited!" So therefore, in conclusion, wikipedia says magic, uncyclopedia says alcoholic food liquification and my mum says I need help. Thus, it can be seen that uncyclopedia > wikipedia.
There you go, Carla. That's where yogurt came from. I hope this has aided, if not fulfilled, your eternal journey of soul searching and enlightenment.