Greek yogurt.


Monday, August 17th, 2009

I’ve been reading Obesity Help and have discovered something new from the collected wisdom of the posters: a fat-free thing that really does not taste fat-free.

Now, a caveat: I am really picky when it comes to substitutes. I haven’t tried all the sugar subs yet (I guess stevia is next on the list) but if it tastes “wrong” I simply won’t eat it — I’ll select around it. Same with low-fat or fat-free stuff.

But…Greek yogurt, ah! I tried the Stonyfield Farms Oikos Greek yogurt, which is fat-free (the vanilla does have sugar in it). It’s smooth, creamy, and tastes full-fat. I cannot tell the difference, and believe me, I tried. I don’t really care if it’s organic or not (who knows, these days, really) but it’s really stupidly good. I have had the vanilla and the honey. I haven’t gotten to plain yet which doesn’t have as much sugar. The vanilla, plain and honey are all they have at the local store, but I imagine a bit of shopping will net me the blueberry. I tossed a few raspberries into a vanilla one for breakfast — ohh heaven.

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