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    Pimping the yogurt!

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    Okay, so maybe pimping isn't the word I want but it got your attention, didn't it?

    I read about someone adding peanut butter to their plain yogurt and loving it. I have done applesauce and cinnamon with maple syrup. Raspberry jam with cocoa powder is very tasty as well. I love mixing salsa or pico de gallo with it and am going to try peanut butter and cocoa powder next . Wonder how Marmite would taste?

    Any other great combinations I should know about?

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    1. Almond butter and yogurt

    2. Banana and yogurt

    3. Paleo granola and yogurt

    4. Strawberries and yogurt

    5. Blueberries and yogurt

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    Dr. Bork Bork, your website has FINALLY convinced me. I'm going to buy some Isopure protein powder.

    Back to the thread......

    6. Chopped apples and yogurt

    7. Diced bacon and yogurt?

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    Have fun with it, Finn! It's pretty tasty and very versatile.
    I've only tried the vanilla and chocolate though, can't speak for the other low carb flavors.
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    I pimped my yogurt, and traded it in for Ribeye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFriendly View Post
    I pimped my yogurt, and traded it in for Ribeye.
    I pimped my yogurt by throwing it in my ninja with mint, garlic, and pepper and serving it over barely braised lamb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    I pimped my yogurt by throwing it in my ninja with mint, garlic, and pepper and serving it over barely braised lamb
    Nice that's how you do it.

    Now I know what I want for dinner LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFriendly View Post
    Nice that's how you do it.

    Now I know what I want for dinner LOL.
    There's a great scene in a movie called The Tenth Kingdom where Wolf asks for his lamb to be brought to him still bleeting
    "Just show it a picture of the oven and then BRING IT TO ME!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    I pimped my yogurt by throwing it in my ninja with mint, garlic, and pepper and serving it over barely braised lamb
    That sounds really tasty!

    Huckleberry jam and basil as a salad dressing

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