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FAGE (Fa'-yeh!) Total Greek Yogurt


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P.s. if you are an aussie and wondering which one I am talking about - it is Dairy Farmers European Yogurt - it has been awarded the winner of the Grand Dairy Awards Grand Champion Dairy Product a few years in a row.

I like Chris' better.

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P.s. if you are an aussie and wondering which one I am talking about - it is Dairy Farmers European Yogurt - it has been awarded the winner of the Grand Dairy Awards Grand Champion Dairy Product a few years in a row.

I like Chris' better.

Yeah Chris' is damn good but it has a fatty aftertaste/feeling on the palate which I don't appreciate.

10% fat content is just a touch too much for me for yogurt I think ! (not that I eat it by the tub at a time :raz: )

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Has anyone else noticed the nutritional information? Why does this brand of yogurt have so much more protein than any other brand I've come across?

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It's because the water of the whey has been strained from the yogurt, which concentrates yogurt and the proteins.

In regards to the feta, I personally like it because it's moist and not dry and crumbly like alot of feta in the US marketplace. But that's just me, I prefer that type of texture.

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P.s. if you are an aussie and wondering which one I am talking about - it is Dairy Farmers European Yogurt - it has been awarded the winner of the Grand Dairy Awards Grand Champion Dairy Product a few years in a row.

I like Chris' better.

Yeah Chris' is damn good but it has a fatty aftertaste/feeling on the palate which I don't appreciate.

10% fat content is just a touch too much for me for yogurt I think ! (not that I eat it by the tub at a time :raz: )

I hadn't noticed that, although my sister once exclaimed upon opening my fridge "You have full fat yoghurt and skinny milk.. what a contradiction!"

I eat it in fairly small amounts usually. A spoonful or two with some fruit and honey is my ideal. I do cook with it too occasionally.

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