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How to Buy the Best Yogurt

Navigate the Dairy Case with Confidence


3/26/2018 11:47:16 AM

I have loved yogurt since I was a kid. It sneaks protein into my diet and tastes so good!
3/23/2018 1:19:06 AM

I found one at the local grocery store, which isn't listed here, and the only ingredients are milk (and they have different versions using different % of milk fat milk even) and the cultures
2/28/2018 7:44:19 AM

2/23/2018 11:58:31 AM

I've been making my own yogurt for years. Benefits: once you get a starter going that you like it costs about a third as much, you are not creating plastic garbage for the landfill, and it keeps at least 2 weeks in the refrigerator.
2/10/2018 2:16:19 PM

REEDSKI's SparkPage
Besides Light and Fit, Dannon also has Oikos. Besides Oikos made with fructose and sugar, Oikos also has Triple Zero sweetened with stevia. Oikos Triple Zero has more calories than Light and Fit. I eat both. Oikos has a limited edition Butterscotch flavor out right now. It is not a Triple Zero product so it is made with sugar rather than stevia. It has 160 calories in 5.3 oz. Yoplait has Girl Scout cookie inspired yogurts with 160 calories. They are only 4 oz. I have bought Peanut Butter Chocolate whip, Caramel Coconut, and Thin Mints whip. PBC and CC are 60 cents at Walmart. Thin Mints are $1.00 at Walmart. 40 cents more. Why? If I had not discovered Girl Scout yogurt I would've made it into the 150s by now. Haha!
1/28/2018 1:58:02 AM

Thanks for sharing
12/24/2017 5:35:24 PM

DEE107's SparkPage
12/10/2017 7:30:39 AM

EMGERBER's SparkPage
Good information
12/2/2017 8:57:23 AM

DGRIFFITH51's SparkPage
I use non-fat greek yougurt in place of sour cream.
11/27/2017 7:25:32 AM

11/13/2017 12:20:49 PM

Hmm, might try to make yogurt cheese now just to see how it turns out
11/3/2017 11:54:13 AM

Plain, full fat organic yoghurt is the only healthy yoghurt.
10/16/2017 6:03:04 AM

Thanks for sharing
9/10/2017 10:28:43 AM

JODIK1951's SparkPage
I use Chobani plain non fat Greek. Fewer ingredients, no additives
9/4/2017 8:50:25 AM

Thanks for sharing

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