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Old 11-23-2017, 12:16 PM   #1
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Oui - French Style Yogurt by Yoplait



OMGosh! Slightly sweet, no overpowering tang. Smooth, creamy and wonderful. I am hooked on this yogurt.

It comes in a little glass pot, foil top. I can't wait to try the other flavors I bought.

Price point is good for this type of product, $1.38 @ Walmart. Cheaper than other similar yogurts.
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We buy those a lot. Our faves are mango and coconut.
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I got more of the lemon today and picked up some of the coconut. Haven't seen the mango. I also got a couple of plain so I can try my hand at making yogurt. Love the little glass jars.
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Yummy! They sound delicious! I haven't seen them around here yet.
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I got more of the lemon today and picked up some of the coconut. Haven't seen the mango. I also got a couple of plain so I can try my hand at making yogurt. Love the little glass jars.
Homemade yogurt is wonderful.
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I got more of the lemon today and picked up some of the coconut. Haven't seen the mango. I also got a couple of plain so I can try my hand at making yogurt. Love the little glass jars.


We've saved bunch of the little jars. So far we've re-used them for chocolate pudding, Jello, and for stuff for mise en place when cooking.
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We've saved bunch of the little jars. So far we've re-used them for chocolate pudding, Jello, and for stuff for mise en place when cooking.
I was thinking they would make nice little candles for gifts or my own Christmas centerpiece for the table or mantle.
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I saw those briefly at Market Basket. Bought one (plain) and thought it was OK. I prefer Fage Greek yogurt. I would have liked a second flavor, but plain was all the store had. I really would like a second jar, though, because...well, matchy-matchy! Besides, as mother of twins, I'm accustomed to having two of everything!
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