Here are some interesting new and limited edition products found on store shelves by us and your fellow readers. If you’ve tried any of the products, share your thoughts about them in the comments.
Yoplait Greek 100 Whips Peaches ‘n Cream joins Yoplait Greek Peaches ‘n Cream, Yoplait Whips Peaches ‘n Cream, and Yoplait Thick & Creamy Peaches ‘n Cream. (Spotted by Adam S at Tops Friendly Markets.)
Sometimes I want to write the word “the” on top of “finest yoghurt” to make the yogurt look super pretentious. (Spotted by Rachel C at Walmart.)
There’s also blueberry, cherry, and honey. (Spotted by Adam S at Tops Friendly Markets.)
I look forward to the dozens of new snack bars that’ll be released this year. (Spotted by Amanda at Walmart.)
You know what, remember what I said in the previous caption? I take that back. (Spotted by Carla at Walmart.)
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alright, didn’t get an answer last time, but what is it about the noosa jogurt? What is the difference between this australian dairy and all the greek jogurts and “normal” ones or even the scandinavian skyr? is it the taste?
The name? Just the fact, that it is from australia?
Please guys help me out here! ^^
Thank you so much fo the link Marvo! That actually explains a lot, though i would’v loved to get mor into the taste than into the amount of jogurt that is used to produce them xD
For example: Although I am able to get the “normal” traditional whole fat greek jogurt here in germany i ca’t get the low fat and non fat versions (wich should be more tart and kinda different from the whole fat one). Meaning i have to compare a “normal” skyr with a traditional greek jogurt. For me it’s clear, that the skyr is a lot thicker than the greek jogurt, which is definitely creamier than a traditional jogurt, but at the same time a lot more tart. Sylvia mentioned she thinks the skyr is less tart… which is not what i expierenced since it’s one of the most tart jogurts (or alternatives) i ever tried 😀
That is why i was asking about the australian jogurt. A perfect combination of traditional and greek texture sounds amazing and if the jogurt isn’t as tart as a skyr (’cause he’s always sweetened with honey?) makes me want to try it! ^^
I find Skyr is thicker , smoother and less tart than Greek, but only if you eat it plain. Most of the sweetened flavored yogurt tastes the same just different textures to me.
Hey Sylvia! Thanks for your reply! That’s what i wanted to know. At least for greek vs. skyr. Though i’m kinda “shocked”, ’cause i definitely think the skyr is the most tart jogurt i ever tasted. Though, as i mentioned above, i’m only able to get my hands on traditional whole fat jogurt which shouldn’t be compareable to all the low/non fat greek jogurts you’ve in the US.
Australian jogurt however sounds like a huge thing. If the taste isn’t too tart it would be my kind of jogurt… unfortunetaly we don’t have them here xD
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