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I added this to my diet a few weeks ago hehe. It's pretty good, too bad one of my roommates destroyed the top because I bought a large container :mad:
 

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Been eating the Brown Cow strawberry and blueberry for several months now. I put a little honey in to cut the bitterness but it's really good. And supposedly much better/healthier for you than the others.
 

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For your next greek yogurt experience make tzatziki and spread it over pita.
 

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They really do put Windex on everything!

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Love Greek yogurt. High in protein, tastes great... although I did have to "acquire" my taste for the tanginess. I prefer plain (not vanilla) Chobani Greek yogurt. It is especially good with a little honey or agave nectar drizzled over the top.

Another delicious use for it is to mix it into brown rice along with a bit of parmesan and some dried dill. Awesome stuff.
 

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Listen, I don't throw away fresh food. In fact I sometimes keep food past the expiration date and just push past the pain and force it down my gullet.

But after ONE spoonful of Greek yogurt I tossed the entire container in the trash. It was unbelievably nasty, vile and unpalatable. Maybe it was just the brand I chose but it was dreadful. My entire family thought/felt the same way.
 

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I live in a Greek neighborhood (Astoria) and get some REALLY awesome authentic Greek goods here. The restaurants leave a bit to be desired especially when you hear the microwave go beep beep. :covri: Even Telly Savalas has a place here.

On to Greek yogurt. OMG that stuff is off the hook good. All the local Mediteranean and Greek specialty stores make it themselves. I'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing. All I know is the stuff is good.

I don't know anything about those name brand greek yogurts, but I do know that you can use the greek style in cheese cake.

One recipe I have is a spinach quiche with greek olives and I top it off with greek yogurt and it is yummy yummy yummy.
 

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Second the Chobani as being good stuff, really thick yogurt. As far as yogurt being healty, read somewhere that the healty part is the way your body processes it. Have a yogurt with my lunch everyday and it is hard to find sugar free yogurt, but the sugars in Greek yogurt are suppose to be mostly from the fruit.
 

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