I found this at a nearby store, but I don't know whether I should purchase it ... here are the ingredients:
Traditional Plain Zoi Greek Yogurt Quarts
Why is there cream in the yogurt?
There's cream in that yogurt because that's how the manufacturer achieves stable fat percentage -- by combining proper amounts of skim milk and cream to get to whatever fat % it wants. That's very common in dairy products.
I'd be more suspicious of milk protein concentrate, but all in all this looks like your normal dairy product, nothing out of ordinary...
Yeah, it's just that I need to spend my dining account money ... and this is the only plain one that looks decent.
There's a chobani fat free one ... but I don't think I should go for that, right? For some reason, it didn't even show vitamin D on the nutrient label? How is there 0 percent vitamin D?! o.O
Last edited by echoyjeff222; 04-01-2013 at 09:50 PM.
Well, if it's me I will not buy it. If you get chance to make you own homemade yogurt, you will never go back to buy the store bought.
You can strain the homemade plain yogurt to Greek yogurt. I took some of my own made to my office, those ladies said it tasted like real yogurt no corn starch, Lol. That's true. All I had over there were milk and yogurt starter (from the last time batch).
Also it is save money.
My recipe for Creme Bulgare (yogurt made with cream only):
The Primal Junk Foodie: French Yogurt Fat Bomb
and a link to yogurt maker:
Amazon.com: Aroma AYM-606 8-Cup Digital Yogurt Maker: Appliances
Can I just say ... "I am a college student?"