[QUOTE=Neckhammer;968967]Awesome to have some real perspective.[/QUOTE]
Honestly, I have no problem at all with people who choose to eat the 0% and 2% yogurt or cottage cheese, or what ever dairy product...
But do honestly and it for the right reasons... calorie restriction.
"Tradition" really has nothing to do with it.
"Tradition" really has nothing to do with it.[/QUOTE]
I actually recall a thread where you laid a quite triumphant smack down on one choco for making such an assertion.;)
[QUOTE=Neckhammer;968977]I actually recall a thread where you laid a quite triumphant smack down on one choco for making such an assertion.;)[/QUOTE]
He never changed his position... but that didn't mean I wasn't right. :cool:
The lady I grew up milking/tending goats with with had more milk/culturing/cheese making knowledge in the tip of her 70 odd y/o pinkie finger than I will ever have.
But I did pay attention.
Processed foods are generally a no-no, those that replace fat with sugar are even worse. I have to say I was a yoghurt fan until I read the packaging and its typically 30g of sugar per 100g. Utterly ridiculous, thats often as much carbs as I'll get in an entire day.