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Old 03-06-2007, 09:41 AM   #1
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Question Do Any of You Like Drinkable Yogurt?

How many of you tried and like this kind of yogurt?

For years, I used to eat the kind that requires the use of a spoon. Then one day, I decided to try it. I would get a few containers of it a week.

Over time, I began to like it, and then one day, I decided to try the stuff from Yoplait. Now today, I absolutely LOVE it and I can't seem to get enough of it!! I buy at least 2 dozens or more of the stuff when I shop for groceries!!

I found it to be very tasty and delicious and invigorating!!

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Corey, I keep a supply of both kinds of yogurt on hand. I take the drinkable ones to work with me for a mid morning pick-me-up or if I'm running late to work I have one for breakfast. I love convenience & taste of them.
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Old 03-06-2007, 09:46 AM   #3
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I may go back to eating the spoonable type, but for now, I'm hook on THIS type. It's great!!
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I like the variety of flavors & textures avalable in the spoonable type. It is easy to get hooked on the drinkable kind though!
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My favotite drinkable flavors are peach and strawberry-banana. But I love peach the most!!

When I was buying the spoonable yogurt, I also ate nothing but the peach flavor as well.
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Old 03-06-2007, 10:06 AM   #6
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i had one the other day, and thought it was kinda sweet.

reading the label revealed 56 grams of sugar!!!!

i'd rather have a chocolate bar.
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Yes, some of them ARE really sweet.

But I can't really complain, since I'm a Type 2 diabetic because I need the sugar to keep the glucose level stable.
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We have always had yougurt you can drink its called Kefir you can get it at the health food store I dont know if the stuff they are selling now in grocery stores is the same doesn't sound like it.Kefir is delicious in all kinds of fruit flavors.Its great to sip after a bad bout of stomach flu.
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Peach is my favorite also, along with the mixed berry ones. In spoonable yogurt though, I prefer vanilla.

Bucky, come to work with me one day, I need all the sugar I can get...plus it helps keep me sweet! I do agree though that the sugar content is high for such a small amount.
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Old 03-06-2007, 10:32 AM   #10
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I also like the spoonable vanilla. Can't seem to find it in the drinkable format though.

But Yoplait has been my favorite in both forms, followed by Stoneyfield. Then there's also Frusion by Dannon, I think.
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