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Not Greek Yogurt

Candy | Sep 4, 200604:41 PM     10

I was shopping in a small but generally good shop on Sat. and they were out of full fat Fage yogurt, just has the icky 0% stuff. I did not have my glasses on and my DH picked up another brand called Greek God's All Natural, made in Washington state. Yeah it is all natural but I don't believe that agar agar, while it is a natural product, belongs in yogurt. The texture is really poor and grainy. It was kind of a waste of my good wild blueberries and sourwood honey. Unless I can think of something else to do with it that it won't mess up, it is going iin the trash. Has anyone else had good results with Greek God's? If so what have you used it for?

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