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Old 10-02-2012, 12:10 PM   #31
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I have tried sooooooo many Greek yogurts and all of them are horrible. I guess it's my taste buds. :'(
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Old 10-02-2012, 01:50 PM   #32
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Not a fan of greek yogurt, but the one that was pretty decent was the Chobani blueberry. Other than that I go for regular yogurt, if I have any at all. Not a huge fan but I try
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Not a fan of greek yogurt, but the one that was pretty decent was the Chobani blueberry. Other than that I go for regular yogurt, if I have any at all. Not a huge fan but I try
Since you are not a huge fan (like myself) and since you said the Chobani blueberry is pretty decent, I will try that one too. LOL.

I'll let you know.
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I buy the Fage non-fat yogurt -- but only to use a a substitute for sour cream. I find that it tastes very much like sour cream.
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I guess sour cream is not the flavor you might be looking for in a yogurt to eat straight up, but good to know for substituting

I like chobani, some people have suggested straining regular yogurt to get the consistency you might like something that's in between regular and greek. I find that I like only certain flavors of certain brands, so maybe trying a different brand might help.

but hey, if you don't like it, think of the calories you save by not eating it!

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