whole-milk yogurt is a new thing to me, and i absolutely fell in love with total a few weeks ago. but since it's kind of pricey, i thought i'd try a few cheaper alternatives.
i wonder if i'm missing something, or possibly got a bad batch...but i bought a small tub of ronnybrook yogurt at the greenmarket, and it basically has the texture of cream. i thought it would be much thicker.
i taste-tested next to brown cow, which i found to be thicker (nowhere near the thickness of total) but somewhat...chalky.
have not tried stony brook yet, since i couldn't find a plain variety in small tubs (i wanted to try each with just honey), and definitely plan to try the yogurt place.
but has anyone had a better experience with ronnybrook's yogurt? it definitely says creamline, 7g fat for 6oz of yogurt (as opposed to total's 12g for 5oz)...so why is it so thin?