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Fruit-on-the-bottom Yogurt: To Stir, or Not to Stir?

miss_bennet | Feb 13, 200908:58 PM     5

I just enjoyed a delicious fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt. That is to say, I ate the yogurt off the top, and left the "fruit" in the cup.

Does anyone else do this?

Is it just me, or is it different from plain yogurt? I think it's gently flavoured with the flavour on the bottom. I've always eaten yogurt this way. I just love that light, fruity tartness only the top of fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt can give me!

Does anyone know why it's so good? Is it actually different, or I am just crazy, and it's plain yogurt? (I really don't care if I'm crazy; it's good eats.)

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