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Yogurts

Postby Bwis53 » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:10 pm

I've really enjoyed the newer Greek yogurts. Fage is nice. Recently I discovered Siggi's, Icelandic style. This one is wonderfully tart, low fat, not too sweet (Agave sweetened), and reminds me of a more solid type kefir. It is rather pricy ($2.99, for 6oz.cup at Sentry). Has anyone else tried this stuff and can you recommend a similar type, only not so expensive?

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Re: Yogurts

Postby Stebben84 » Mon Sep 20, 2010 9:02 pm

Stonyfield is a bit cheaper and pretty good. I know Woodman's sells it.

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Re: Yogurts

Postby gargantua » Mon Sep 20, 2010 9:44 pm

I get Chobani at Woodmans......runs about a buck 49 as I recall.

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Re: Yogurts

Postby barney » Mon Sep 20, 2010 11:08 pm

DH is a Greek-style yogurt addict, including the skyr. Try Trader Joe's, they have a greek style that is tasty, as is the old standby, Fage. Chobani also got two thumbs up (and comes in many more flavors). I think Stonyfield has a ton of added sugars, so that might be too sweet for you?

I personally prefer to add my own fixins, so I prefer plain Sugar River whole milk yogurt. Tangy, creamy, yummy.

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Re: Yogurts

Postby kurt_w » Tue Sep 21, 2010 6:29 am

barney wrote:I personally prefer to add my own fixins, so I prefer plain Sugar River whole milk yogurt. Tangy, creamy, yummy.


Sugar River dairy's yogurt is absolutely delicious (I assume it still is; we're unfortunately a thousand miles outside their distribution area).

A couple of years ago, when we were still living in Madison, we got their 24oz lowfat version delivered to our doorstep (along with milk and maybe some other products, I can't remember) via Artisan Foods Delivered. Dunno if AFD is still in business.

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Re: Yogurts

Postby CoffeeJones » Tue Sep 21, 2010 9:13 am

kurt_w wrote:
barney wrote:A couple of years ago, when we were still living in Madison, we got their 24oz lowfat version delivered to our doorstep (along with milk and maybe some other products, I can't remember) via Artisan Foods Delivered. Dunno if AFD is still in business.


Their website now links to a blog, so I guess not.

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Re: Yogurts

Postby barney » Tue Sep 21, 2010 9:29 am

Sugar River used to be a lot harder to find, but they have it at Jenifer Street, Willy Street (and I would assume they would carry it at Willy West when they open) and Metcalfe's. I think I saw it at Copps, but I can't be sure on that.

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Re: Yogurts

Postby towanda » Sat Sep 25, 2010 2:54 am

I like Trader Joe's.


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