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My local health food store got in a new brand of yogurt!

It is called Nu Lait and it is a dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free product. It cost $2.29 for a container. It came in a variety of flavors with different bases. I bought one coconut and one almond. The coconut one is peach, cinnamon, cardamom, and clove, and the almond one is crandberry, pistachio, and orange zest.

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove

Almond Cranberry Pistachio

Almond Cranberry Pistachio

These are pretty high in calories. The coconut one is 210 calories, 90 from fat, and the almond one is a whopping 280 calories, 130 from fat. I am secretly anticipating this with much drool!

There’s 18 grams of sugar in the coconut one and 19 in the almond. They are sweetened with honey, fruit puree, cane juice, and sugar, and no corn syrup, though they do have corn starch in them

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove Opened

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove Opened

Opened up, the coconut one looks very gelatinous. I licked the yogurt off the cover and plain, it is very coconutty, a bit tart, and a little sweet. It smells absolutely divine and clovey. It comes with the fruit in a separate compartment, so I stirred it in next. It actually seemed like it might be too much fruit for the amount of yogurt. I put in about 2/3 of it and it seemed thoroughly mixed.

Oh my god. All I can say is that this tastes like the best peach cobbler ever. It is full of cinnamon but not too sweet– mostly cinnamonny with a little bit of peach. The fruit on its own tastes delicious too. The texture is a bit too grainy to be described at pudding– but it is very reminiscent of pie filling. I could eat this forever. Seriously.

Almond Cranberry Pistachio Opened

Almond Cranberry Pistachio Opened

The almond one is very, very dark and looks a lot like pudding. Tasting it plain, it is incredibly nutty– it tastes something like hot cereal. Which I will not complain about, since when I am not eating yogurt, I am eating hot cereal.

The jam that comes with this one is very tart and very rich– the peaches were more like a compote but the cranberries are like a puree. When I poured them into the yogurt, I see why– they need a strong flavor to balance the nut flavor! It doesn’t taste nearly as tart when mixed with the almonds– it tastes lightly sweet.

I think these are the most amazing vegan yogurts I have ever had. Seriously. I think you all owe yourselves the treat of going out and buying at least one. They are pricey for yogurt, but they are also much richer and much more dense than any other yogurt you will have short of a whole milk greek yogurt like Fage. I think I just overdid it eating two of these– one is plenty for a light lunch or a midday snack.

*Note– the coconut yogurt is not vegan as it has honey in it. The almond one is vegan-friendly!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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My local health food store got in a new brand of yogurt!

It is called Nu Lait and it is a dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free product. It cost $2.29 for a container. It came in a variety of flavors with different bases. I bought one coconut and one almond. The coconut one is peach, cinnamon, cardamom, and clove, and the almond one is crandberry, pistachio, and orange zest.

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove

Almond Cranberry Pistachio

Almond Cranberry Pistachio

These are pretty high in calories. The coconut one is 210 calories, 90 from fat, and the almond one is a whopping 280 calories, 130 from fat. I am secretly anticipating this with much drool!

There’s 18 grams of sugar in the coconut one and 19 in the almond. They are sweetened with honey, fruit puree, cane juice, and sugar, and no corn syrup, though they do have corn starch in them

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove Opened

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove Opened

Opened up, the coconut one looks very gelatinous. I licked the yogurt off the cover and plain, it is very coconutty, a bit tart, and a little sweet. It smells absolutely divine and clovey. It comes with the fruit in a separate compartment, so I stirred it in next. It actually seemed like it might be too much fruit for the amount of yogurt. I put in about 2/3 of it and it seemed thoroughly mixed.

Oh my god. All I can say is that this tastes like the best peach cobbler ever. It is full of cinnamon but not too sweet– mostly cinnamonny with a little bit of peach. The fruit on its own tastes delicious too. The texture is a bit too grainy to be described at pudding– but it is very reminiscent of pie filling. I could eat this forever. Seriously.

Almond Cranberry Pistachio Opened

Almond Cranberry Pistachio Opened

The almond one is very, very dark and looks a lot like pudding. Tasting it plain, it is incredibly nutty– it tastes something like hot cereal. Which I will not complain about, since when I am not eating yogurt, I am eating hot cereal.

The jam that comes with this one is very tart and very rich– the peaches were more like a compote but the cranberries are like a puree. When I poured them into the yogurt, I see why– they need a strong flavor to balance the nut flavor! It doesn’t taste nearly as tart when mixed with the almonds– it tastes lightly sweet.

I think these are the most amazing vegan yogurts I have ever had. Seriously. I think you all owe yourselves the treat of going out and buying at least one. They are pricey for yogurt, but they are also much richer and much more dense than any other yogurt you will have short of a whole milk greek yogurt like Fage. I think I just overdid it eating two of these– one is plenty for a light lunch or a midday snack.

*Note– the coconut yogurt is not vegan as it has honey in it. The almond one is vegan-friendly!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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My local health food store got in a new brand of yogurt!

It is called Nu Lait and it is a dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free product. It cost $2.29 for a container. It came in a variety of flavors with different bases. I bought one coconut and one almond. The coconut one is peach, cinnamon, cardamom, and clove, and the almond one is crandberry, pistachio, and orange zest.

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove

Almond Cranberry Pistachio

Almond Cranberry Pistachio

These are pretty high in calories. The coconut one is 210 calories, 90 from fat, and the almond one is a whopping 280 calories, 130 from fat. I am secretly anticipating this with much drool!

There’s 18 grams of sugar in the coconut one and 19 in the almond. They are sweetened with honey, fruit puree, cane juice, and sugar, and no corn syrup, though they do have corn starch in them

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove Opened

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove Opened

Opened up, the coconut one looks very gelatinous. I licked the yogurt off the cover and plain, it is very coconutty, a bit tart, and a little sweet. It smells absolutely divine and clovey. It comes with the fruit in a separate compartment, so I stirred it in next. It actually seemed like it might be too much fruit for the amount of yogurt. I put in about 2/3 of it and it seemed thoroughly mixed.

Oh my god. All I can say is that this tastes like the best peach cobbler ever. It is full of cinnamon but not too sweet– mostly cinnamonny with a little bit of peach. The fruit on its own tastes delicious too. The texture is a bit too grainy to be described at pudding– but it is very reminiscent of pie filling. I could eat this forever. Seriously.

Almond Cranberry Pistachio Opened

Almond Cranberry Pistachio Opened

The almond one is very, very dark and looks a lot like pudding. Tasting it plain, it is incredibly nutty– it tastes something like hot cereal. Which I will not complain about, since when I am not eating yogurt, I am eating hot cereal.

The jam that comes with this one is very tart and very rich– the peaches were more like a compote but the cranberries are like a puree. When I poured them into the yogurt, I see why– they need a strong flavor to balance the nut flavor! It doesn’t taste nearly as tart when mixed with the almonds– it tastes lightly sweet.

I think these are the most amazing vegan yogurts I have ever had. Seriously. I think you all owe yourselves the treat of going out and buying at least one. They are pricey for yogurt, but they are also much richer and much more dense than any other yogurt you will have short of a whole milk greek yogurt like Fage. I think I just overdid it eating two of these– one is plenty for a light lunch or a midday snack.

*Note– the coconut yogurt is not vegan as it has honey in it. The almond one is vegan-friendly!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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My local health food store got in a new brand of yogurt!

It is called Nu Lait and it is a dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free product. It cost $2.29 for a container. It came in a variety of flavors with different bases. I bought one coconut and one almond. The coconut one is peach, cinnamon, cardamom, and clove, and the almond one is crandberry, pistachio, and orange zest.

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove

Almond Cranberry Pistachio

Almond Cranberry Pistachio

These are pretty high in calories. The coconut one is 210 calories, 90 from fat, and the almond one is a whopping 280 calories, 130 from fat. I am secretly anticipating this with much drool!

There’s 18 grams of sugar in the coconut one and 19 in the almond. They are sweetened with honey, fruit puree, cane juice, and sugar, and no corn syrup, though they do have corn starch in them

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove Opened

Coconut Peach Honey Cardamom Clove Opened

Opened up, the coconut one looks very gelatinous. I licked the yogurt off the cover and plain, it is very coconutty, a bit tart, and a little sweet. It smells absolutely divine and clovey. It comes with the fruit in a separate compartment, so I stirred it in next. It actually seemed like it might be too much fruit for the amount of yogurt. I put in about 2/3 of it and it seemed thoroughly mixed.

Oh my god. All I can say is that this tastes like the best peach cobbler ever. It is full of cinnamon but not too sweet– mostly cinnamonny with a little bit of peach. The fruit on its own tastes delicious too. The texture is a bit too grainy to be described at pudding– but it is very reminiscent of pie filling. I could eat this forever. Seriously.

Almond Cranberry Pistachio Opened

Almond Cranberry Pistachio Opened

The almond one is very, very dark and looks a lot like pudding. Tasting it plain, it is incredibly nutty– it tastes something like hot cereal. Which I will not complain about, since when I am not eating yogurt, I am eating hot cereal.

The jam that comes with this one is very tart and very rich– the peaches were more like a compote but the cranberries are like a puree. When I poured them into the yogurt, I see why– they need a strong flavor to balance the nut flavor! It doesn’t taste nearly as tart when mixed with the almonds– it tastes lightly sweet.

I think these are the most amazing vegan yogurts I have ever had. Seriously. I think you all owe yourselves the treat of going out and buying at least one. They are pricey for yogurt, but they are also much richer and much more dense than any other yogurt you will have short of a whole milk greek yogurt like Fage. I think I just overdid it eating two of these– one is plenty for a light lunch or a midday snack.

*Note– the coconut yogurt is not vegan as it has honey in it. The almond one is vegan-friendly!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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A couple of days ago, I tried Wallaby Organic Vanilla Yogurt.

Wallaby Organic Vanilla

Wallaby Organic Vanilla

I should say up front that Wallaby Organic is one of my favorite brands, although I usually buy their more exotic flavors, like Dulce de Leche and Mango. It is purported to be “Australian-style” yogurt, and I’m not sure what that means, as it is made in California. It costs $1.19.

Wallaby has 140 calories and 25 calories from fat per serving, which seems about par for the course. It has 20g of sugar, which is not super high but not super low either. It has no high fructose corn syrup.

Wallaby Organic Vanilla Opened

Wallaby Organic Vanilla Opened

Opening it, it looks a bit soupy, but not as soupy as the vegan yogurts. It surprisingly has a cream top, which is very rare among low fat yogurts.

The texture is very puddingy, but unlike most of the puddingy yogurts, it doesn’t have any artificially flavor, and it’s not too sweet. It is pleasantly sour and you can taste the dairy in it. You can taste the vanilla, but it is not very strongly vanilla-flavored.

I like their vanilla just as much as their other flavors! No big surprises, but not a let-down, either.

I am also trying Emmi Swiss Premium. My market didn’t have this in vanilla, so I got strawberry. It cost $1.49 for a container.

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry

It has 170 calories and 25 calories from fat. It also has TWENTY-SEVEN grams of sugar, which is pretty ridiculously high. That might be the highest I’ve tried…I’m not sure! Then again, it also has strawberries in it, which might have something to do with this.

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry Opened

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry Opened

Inside, it almost looks like a strawberry milkshake– very creamy and gloppy, and like the Wallaby, it has a cream top! The cream top tastes a little funky, though, like cheese. Not that I don’t love cheese, but it’s not what I expect from my strawberry yogurt.

The rest of the yogurt doesn’t taste so funky, though! It is mostly very, very sweet– too sweet for me, really– just the combination of sugar AND fruit is a bit much. There were two large chunks of strawberry in the entire container, and then a lot of little strawberry flecks throughout. This comes stirred already– not fruit on the bottom style.

I thought this was delicious but a little on the sweet side for me! It actually made my teeth hurt to eat it! It might be better mixed with granola or something else.

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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A couple of days ago, I tried Wallaby Organic Vanilla Yogurt.

Wallaby Organic Vanilla

Wallaby Organic Vanilla

I should say up front that Wallaby Organic is one of my favorite brands, although I usually buy their more exotic flavors, like Dulce de Leche and Mango. It is purported to be “Australian-style” yogurt, and I’m not sure what that means, as it is made in California. It costs $1.19.

Wallaby has 140 calories and 25 calories from fat per serving, which seems about par for the course. It has 20g of sugar, which is not super high but not super low either. It has no high fructose corn syrup.

Wallaby Organic Vanilla Opened

Wallaby Organic Vanilla Opened

Opening it, it looks a bit soupy, but not as soupy as the vegan yogurts. It surprisingly has a cream top, which is very rare among low fat yogurts.

The texture is very puddingy, but unlike most of the puddingy yogurts, it doesn’t have any artificially flavor, and it’s not too sweet. It is pleasantly sour and you can taste the dairy in it. You can taste the vanilla, but it is not very strongly vanilla-flavored.

I like their vanilla just as much as their other flavors! No big surprises, but not a let-down, either.

I am also trying Emmi Swiss Premium. My market didn’t have this in vanilla, so I got strawberry. It cost $1.49 for a container.

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry

It has 170 calories and 25 calories from fat. It also has TWENTY-SEVEN grams of sugar, which is pretty ridiculously high. That might be the highest I’ve tried…I’m not sure! Then again, it also has strawberries in it, which might have something to do with this.

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry Opened

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry Opened

Inside, it almost looks like a strawberry milkshake– very creamy and gloppy, and like the Wallaby, it has a cream top! The cream top tastes a little funky, though, like cheese. Not that I don’t love cheese, but it’s not what I expect from my strawberry yogurt.

The rest of the yogurt doesn’t taste so funky, though! It is mostly very, very sweet– too sweet for me, really– just the combination of sugar AND fruit is a bit much. There were two large chunks of strawberry in the entire container, and then a lot of little strawberry flecks throughout. This comes stirred already– not fruit on the bottom style.

I thought this was delicious but a little on the sweet side for me! It actually made my teeth hurt to eat it! It might be better mixed with granola or something else.

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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A couple of days ago, I tried Wallaby Organic Vanilla Yogurt.

Wallaby Organic Vanilla

Wallaby Organic Vanilla

I should say up front that Wallaby Organic is one of my favorite brands, although I usually buy their more exotic flavors, like Dulce de Leche and Mango. It is purported to be “Australian-style” yogurt, and I’m not sure what that means, as it is made in California. It costs $1.19.

Wallaby has 140 calories and 25 calories from fat per serving, which seems about par for the course. It has 20g of sugar, which is not super high but not super low either. It has no high fructose corn syrup.

Wallaby Organic Vanilla Opened

Wallaby Organic Vanilla Opened

Opening it, it looks a bit soupy, but not as soupy as the vegan yogurts. It surprisingly has a cream top, which is very rare among low fat yogurts.

The texture is very puddingy, but unlike most of the puddingy yogurts, it doesn’t have any artificially flavor, and it’s not too sweet. It is pleasantly sour and you can taste the dairy in it. You can taste the vanilla, but it is not very strongly vanilla-flavored.

I like their vanilla just as much as their other flavors! No big surprises, but not a let-down, either.

I am also trying Emmi Swiss Premium. My market didn’t have this in vanilla, so I got strawberry. It cost $1.49 for a container.

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry

It has 170 calories and 25 calories from fat. It also has TWENTY-SEVEN grams of sugar, which is pretty ridiculously high. That might be the highest I’ve tried…I’m not sure! Then again, it also has strawberries in it, which might have something to do with this.

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry Opened

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry Opened

Inside, it almost looks like a strawberry milkshake– very creamy and gloppy, and like the Wallaby, it has a cream top! The cream top tastes a little funky, though, like cheese. Not that I don’t love cheese, but it’s not what I expect from my strawberry yogurt.

The rest of the yogurt doesn’t taste so funky, though! It is mostly very, very sweet– too sweet for me, really– just the combination of sugar AND fruit is a bit much. There were two large chunks of strawberry in the entire container, and then a lot of little strawberry flecks throughout. This comes stirred already– not fruit on the bottom style.

I thought this was delicious but a little on the sweet side for me! It actually made my teeth hurt to eat it! It might be better mixed with granola or something else.

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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A couple of days ago, I tried Wallaby Organic Vanilla Yogurt.

Wallaby Organic Vanilla

Wallaby Organic Vanilla

I should say up front that Wallaby Organic is one of my favorite brands, although I usually buy their more exotic flavors, like Dulce de Leche and Mango. It is purported to be “Australian-style” yogurt, and I’m not sure what that means, as it is made in California. It costs $1.19.

Wallaby has 140 calories and 25 calories from fat per serving, which seems about par for the course. It has 20g of sugar, which is not super high but not super low either. It has no high fructose corn syrup.

Wallaby Organic Vanilla Opened

Wallaby Organic Vanilla Opened

Opening it, it looks a bit soupy, but not as soupy as the vegan yogurts. It surprisingly has a cream top, which is very rare among low fat yogurts.

The texture is very puddingy, but unlike most of the puddingy yogurts, it doesn’t have any artificially flavor, and it’s not too sweet. It is pleasantly sour and you can taste the dairy in it. You can taste the vanilla, but it is not very strongly vanilla-flavored.

I like their vanilla just as much as their other flavors! No big surprises, but not a let-down, either.

I am also trying Emmi Swiss Premium. My market didn’t have this in vanilla, so I got strawberry. It cost $1.49 for a container.

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry

It has 170 calories and 25 calories from fat. It also has TWENTY-SEVEN grams of sugar, which is pretty ridiculously high. That might be the highest I’ve tried…I’m not sure! Then again, it also has strawberries in it, which might have something to do with this.

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry Opened

Emmi Swiss Premium Strawberry Opened

Inside, it almost looks like a strawberry milkshake– very creamy and gloppy, and like the Wallaby, it has a cream top! The cream top tastes a little funky, though, like cheese. Not that I don’t love cheese, but it’s not what I expect from my strawberry yogurt.

The rest of the yogurt doesn’t taste so funky, though! It is mostly very, very sweet– too sweet for me, really– just the combination of sugar AND fruit is a bit much. There were two large chunks of strawberry in the entire container, and then a lot of little strawberry flecks throughout. This comes stirred already– not fruit on the bottom style.

I thought this was delicious but a little on the sweet side for me! It actually made my teeth hurt to eat it! It might be better mixed with granola or something else.

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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I tried the last of the vegan yogurts today! This one is called WildWood Organics, and I didn’t even realize it was a soy yogurt when I bought it…but it is! It cost $1.19, which is pretty good for a vegan yogurt. It’s plain ol’ vanilla soy yogurt.

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt

It’s 160 calories with 25 calories from fat, which it claims to be low fat– and isn’t exactly low fat, but is one of the better numbers for the vegan yogurts. But it’s got 21 grams of sugar, which is getting a little high.

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt Opened

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt Opened

Opening it up, it’s very brown and soupy looking– it looks a lot like the Ricera from yesterday. BUT! The texture is not too bad– a little more liquidy than most, but it doesn’t feel sticky or gloppy, and the flavor is really nice. It is a tad sweeter than I like my yogurt, but you can definitely taste the soy in it and it has that lovely nutty flavor that soy products have. I really liked this one and I think I would rank this one up with the WholeSoy. It’s a touch sweeter than I like yogurt but it is overall very pleasant in flavor and I really enjoyed it. If you’re looking for a vegan yogurt, definitely check this one out! It is also Kosher and gluten-free! Win!

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I tried the last of the vegan yogurts today! This one is called WildWood Organics, and I didn’t even realize it was a soy yogurt when I bought it…but it is! It cost $1.19, which is pretty good for a vegan yogurt. It’s plain ol’ vanilla soy yogurt.

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt

It’s 160 calories with 25 calories from fat, which it claims to be low fat– and isn’t exactly low fat, but is one of the better numbers for the vegan yogurts. But it’s got 21 grams of sugar, which is getting a little high.

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt Opened

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt Opened

Opening it up, it’s very brown and soupy looking– it looks a lot like the Ricera from yesterday. BUT! The texture is not too bad– a little more liquidy than most, but it doesn’t feel sticky or gloppy, and the flavor is really nice. It is a tad sweeter than I like my yogurt, but you can definitely taste the soy in it and it has that lovely nutty flavor that soy products have. I really liked this one and I think I would rank this one up with the WholeSoy. It’s a touch sweeter than I like yogurt but it is overall very pleasant in flavor and I really enjoyed it. If you’re looking for a vegan yogurt, definitely check this one out! It is also Kosher and gluten-free! Win!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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I tried the last of the vegan yogurts today! This one is called WildWood Organics, and I didn’t even realize it was a soy yogurt when I bought it…but it is! It cost $1.19, which is pretty good for a vegan yogurt. It’s plain ol’ vanilla soy yogurt.

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt

It’s 160 calories with 25 calories from fat, which it claims to be low fat– and isn’t exactly low fat, but is one of the better numbers for the vegan yogurts. But it’s got 21 grams of sugar, which is getting a little high.

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt Opened

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt Opened

Opening it up, it’s very brown and soupy looking– it looks a lot like the Ricera from yesterday. BUT! The texture is not too bad– a little more liquidy than most, but it doesn’t feel sticky or gloppy, and the flavor is really nice. It is a tad sweeter than I like my yogurt, but you can definitely taste the soy in it and it has that lovely nutty flavor that soy products have. I really liked this one and I think I would rank this one up with the WholeSoy. It’s a touch sweeter than I like yogurt but it is overall very pleasant in flavor and I really enjoyed it. If you’re looking for a vegan yogurt, definitely check this one out! It is also Kosher and gluten-free! Win!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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I tried the last of the vegan yogurts today! This one is called WildWood Organics, and I didn’t even realize it was a soy yogurt when I bought it…but it is! It cost $1.19, which is pretty good for a vegan yogurt. It’s plain ol’ vanilla soy yogurt.

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt

It’s 160 calories with 25 calories from fat, which it claims to be low fat– and isn’t exactly low fat, but is one of the better numbers for the vegan yogurts. But it’s got 21 grams of sugar, which is getting a little high.

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt Opened

WildWood Organic Vanilla Soyogurt Opened

Opening it up, it’s very brown and soupy looking– it looks a lot like the Ricera from yesterday. BUT! The texture is not too bad– a little more liquidy than most, but it doesn’t feel sticky or gloppy, and the flavor is really nice. It is a tad sweeter than I like my yogurt, but you can definitely taste the soy in it and it has that lovely nutty flavor that soy products have. I really liked this one and I think I would rank this one up with the WholeSoy. It’s a touch sweeter than I like yogurt but it is overall very pleasant in flavor and I really enjoyed it. If you’re looking for a vegan yogurt, definitely check this one out! It is also Kosher and gluten-free! Win!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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I got two more vegan yogurts today!

The first is Silk Live! Soy Yogurt, made by the same people who make Silk soy milks. It’s a vanilla yogurt and costs $1.09, which is pretty cheap for yogurt, let alone vegan yogurt!

Silk Live! Vanilla

Silk Live! Vanilla

Silk has 150 calories, so its calorie value is about the same as many dairy yogurts. And the fat content is 25 calories of that, which is fairly low, but not super low. It has eighteen grams of sugar, which is moderate. So, if you are looking at vegan yogurts as a weight loss option, this one probably doesn’t cut it. However, it has no corn syrup and is all natural, so that is a plus!

Silk Live! Vanilla Opened

Silk Live! Vanilla Opened

Opening it up, it has a browner color than most vanilla yogurts, and a very globby consistency– just like pudding! I sweat, this looks like opening a container of vanilla pudding.

The texture is almost exactly like pudding, which is wonderful, but I hate to say it– in spite of it being all-natural flavors, this is one of the most “fake” tasting yogurts I have tried. It tastes as fake as the Yoplait, at least, and actually has a weird sort of applesaucey flavor. You can’t really taste any of the naturally nutty flavor of the soy. I think the WholeSoy still wins for best of the soy yogurts. I couldn’t even eat more that a few bites of this one.

The other is Ricera, a rice(!) yogurt. It’s a bit more expensive, at $1.79 and is also vanilla flavor.

Ricera Vanilla

Ricera Vanilla

It has 180 calories, which is pretty high, but only 10 of those are from fat. The sugar content is 20g, which is verring up into that high-ish range. There is no high fructose corn syrup in it!

Ricera Vanilla Opened

Ricera Vanilla Opened

Upon opening, the yogurt looks soupy. Like, super liquidy and gloppy, an has that same slightly-brownish color as the soy yogurt. It has a more pleasant flavor than the Silk yogurt for sure, but it is almost entirely sweet with no sourness at all, although you can definitely taste the rice flavor in it. It does not taste very much like vanilla. It also has a texture where you can tell that it’s made with rice– there are little mushy bits in it and it is a bit gluey– it sticks to the roof of my mouth.

I don’t think it’s unpleasant, but it was also a little too sweet for me by itself– I think it might be better with cereal or in cooking if you need to replace yogurt in a recipe with a dairy-free ingredient. I think the WholeSoy is still the definite winner for vegan yogurts!

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I got two more vegan yogurts today!

The first is Silk Live! Soy Yogurt, made by the same people who make Silk soy milks. It’s a vanilla yogurt and costs $1.09, which is pretty cheap for yogurt, let alone vegan yogurt!

Silk Live! Vanilla

Silk Live! Vanilla

Silk has 150 calories, so its calorie value is about the same as many dairy yogurts. And the fat content is 25 calories of that, which is fairly low, but not super low. It has eighteen grams of sugar, which is moderate. So, if you are looking at vegan yogurts as a weight loss option, this one probably doesn’t cut it. However, it has no corn syrup and is all natural, so that is a plus!

Silk Live! Vanilla Opened

Silk Live! Vanilla Opened

Opening it up, it has a browner color than most vanilla yogurts, and a very globby consistency– just like pudding! I sweat, this looks like opening a container of vanilla pudding.

The texture is almost exactly like pudding, which is wonderful, but I hate to say it– in spite of it being all-natural flavors, this is one of the most “fake” tasting yogurts I have tried. It tastes as fake as the Yoplait, at least, and actually has a weird sort of applesaucey flavor. You can’t really taste any of the naturally nutty flavor of the soy. I think the WholeSoy still wins for best of the soy yogurts. I couldn’t even eat more that a few bites of this one.

The other is Ricera, a rice(!) yogurt. It’s a bit more expensive, at $1.79 and is also vanilla flavor.

Ricera Vanilla

Ricera Vanilla

It has 180 calories, which is pretty high, but only 10 of those are from fat. The sugar content is 20g, which is verring up into that high-ish range. There is no high fructose corn syrup in it!

Ricera Vanilla Opened

Ricera Vanilla Opened

Upon opening, the yogurt looks soupy. Like, super liquidy and gloppy, an has that same slightly-brownish color as the soy yogurt. It has a more pleasant flavor than the Silk yogurt for sure, but it is almost entirely sweet with no sourness at all, although you can definitely taste the rice flavor in it. It does not taste very much like vanilla. It also has a texture where you can tell that it’s made with rice– there are little mushy bits in it and it is a bit gluey– it sticks to the roof of my mouth.

I don’t think it’s unpleasant, but it was also a little too sweet for me by itself– I think it might be better with cereal or in cooking if you need to replace yogurt in a recipe with a dairy-free ingredient. I think the WholeSoy is still the definite winner for vegan yogurts!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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I got two more vegan yogurts today!

The first is Silk Live! Soy Yogurt, made by the same people who make Silk soy milks. It’s a vanilla yogurt and costs $1.09, which is pretty cheap for yogurt, let alone vegan yogurt!

Silk Live! Vanilla

Silk Live! Vanilla

Silk has 150 calories, so its calorie value is about the same as many dairy yogurts. And the fat content is 25 calories of that, which is fairly low, but not super low. It has eighteen grams of sugar, which is moderate. So, if you are looking at vegan yogurts as a weight loss option, this one probably doesn’t cut it. However, it has no corn syrup and is all natural, so that is a plus!

Silk Live! Vanilla Opened

Silk Live! Vanilla Opened

Opening it up, it has a browner color than most vanilla yogurts, and a very globby consistency– just like pudding! I sweat, this looks like opening a container of vanilla pudding.

The texture is almost exactly like pudding, which is wonderful, but I hate to say it– in spite of it being all-natural flavors, this is one of the most “fake” tasting yogurts I have tried. It tastes as fake as the Yoplait, at least, and actually has a weird sort of applesaucey flavor. You can’t really taste any of the naturally nutty flavor of the soy. I think the WholeSoy still wins for best of the soy yogurts. I couldn’t even eat more that a few bites of this one.

The other is Ricera, a rice(!) yogurt. It’s a bit more expensive, at $1.79 and is also vanilla flavor.

Ricera Vanilla

Ricera Vanilla

It has 180 calories, which is pretty high, but only 10 of those are from fat. The sugar content is 20g, which is verring up into that high-ish range. There is no high fructose corn syrup in it!

Ricera Vanilla Opened

Ricera Vanilla Opened

Upon opening, the yogurt looks soupy. Like, super liquidy and gloppy, an has that same slightly-brownish color as the soy yogurt. It has a more pleasant flavor than the Silk yogurt for sure, but it is almost entirely sweet with no sourness at all, although you can definitely taste the rice flavor in it. It does not taste very much like vanilla. It also has a texture where you can tell that it’s made with rice– there are little mushy bits in it and it is a bit gluey– it sticks to the roof of my mouth.

I don’t think it’s unpleasant, but it was also a little too sweet for me by itself– I think it might be better with cereal or in cooking if you need to replace yogurt in a recipe with a dairy-free ingredient. I think the WholeSoy is still the definite winner for vegan yogurts!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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I got two more vegan yogurts today!

The first is Silk Live! Soy Yogurt, made by the same people who make Silk soy milks. It’s a vanilla yogurt and costs $1.09, which is pretty cheap for yogurt, let alone vegan yogurt!

Silk Live! Vanilla

Silk Live! Vanilla

Silk has 150 calories, so its calorie value is about the same as many dairy yogurts. And the fat content is 25 calories of that, which is fairly low, but not super low. It has eighteen grams of sugar, which is moderate. So, if you are looking at vegan yogurts as a weight loss option, this one probably doesn’t cut it. However, it has no corn syrup and is all natural, so that is a plus!

Silk Live! Vanilla Opened

Silk Live! Vanilla Opened

Opening it up, it has a browner color than most vanilla yogurts, and a very globby consistency– just like pudding! I sweat, this looks like opening a container of vanilla pudding.

The texture is almost exactly like pudding, which is wonderful, but I hate to say it– in spite of it being all-natural flavors, this is one of the most “fake” tasting yogurts I have tried. It tastes as fake as the Yoplait, at least, and actually has a weird sort of applesaucey flavor. You can’t really taste any of the naturally nutty flavor of the soy. I think the WholeSoy still wins for best of the soy yogurts. I couldn’t even eat more that a few bites of this one.

The other is Ricera, a rice(!) yogurt. It’s a bit more expensive, at $1.79 and is also vanilla flavor.

Ricera Vanilla

Ricera Vanilla

It has 180 calories, which is pretty high, but only 10 of those are from fat. The sugar content is 20g, which is verring up into that high-ish range. There is no high fructose corn syrup in it!

Ricera Vanilla Opened

Ricera Vanilla Opened

Upon opening, the yogurt looks soupy. Like, super liquidy and gloppy, an has that same slightly-brownish color as the soy yogurt. It has a more pleasant flavor than the Silk yogurt for sure, but it is almost entirely sweet with no sourness at all, although you can definitely taste the rice flavor in it. It does not taste very much like vanilla. It also has a texture where you can tell that it’s made with rice– there are little mushy bits in it and it is a bit gluey– it sticks to the roof of my mouth.

I don’t think it’s unpleasant, but it was also a little too sweet for me by itself– I think it might be better with cereal or in cooking if you need to replace yogurt in a recipe with a dairy-free ingredient. I think the WholeSoy is still the definite winner for vegan yogurts!

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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Okay! So, today I have The Greek Gods Greek (Style) Yogurt. It cost $1.69 at my local grocery store.

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt

The “Style” is in tiny letters not in the logo. Haha! Anyway, these yogurts are THEMED. Every yogurt has a different god on it. Vanilla, which is what we are trying, is not just vanilla, but vanilla cinnamon orange and apparently belongs to Aphrodite! It is the yogurt of LOVE!

The yogurt of love has a very short ingredient list– with no corn syrup– 170 calories (which is not bad) and 50 from fat which is a little high. The sugars are a little high, too, at 23 grams.

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt Opened

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt Opened

Opening the yogurt container, this yogurt has a very thick, solid consistency that looks a lot like Fage or some of the other Greek-style yogurts.

The flavor is almost bitingly sour, but you can definitely taste the orange and cinnamon in spite of that. It taste a bit like canoli filling, although it has a much more lactosey sourness to it. The consistency is very very smooth and creamy– this is solid and won’t fall off your spoon.

If you like dairy-sour yogurts, this is definitely one to try! I think it might be a little too sour for me, especially when it also has a lot of sugar, but it wasn’t unpleasant and the texture and unique flavor is worth a go.

The other one I have today is Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Goat Milk Yogurt.

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla

This was one of the more expensive yogurts, at $2.49. It has 140 calories and 45 calories from fat– so, not bad on calories but the fat content is a tad high. It has 14 grams of sugar, though, which is fairly good. It is sweetened with maple syrup.

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Opened

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Opened

Opening it, it is almost the exact opposite of Greek Gods– in fact, it is rather soupy! The flavor is not sweet at all– just mildly sweet, and very strongly of maple, not vanilla. On the other hand, it has very little sourness to it. I really like the flavor of this yogurt. I generally don’t like the soupier yogurts, but this one has an excellent flavor that won me over. The maple is really strong but almost not sweet, which is very unique.

The Redwood Hill is definitely my favorite of these two, but I think it’s a little pricey for me to buy it too often.

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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Okay! So, today I have The Greek Gods Greek (Style) Yogurt. It cost $1.69 at my local grocery store.

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt

The “Style” is in tiny letters not in the logo. Haha! Anyway, these yogurts are THEMED. Every yogurt has a different god on it. Vanilla, which is what we are trying, is not just vanilla, but vanilla cinnamon orange and apparently belongs to Aphrodite! It is the yogurt of LOVE!

The yogurt of love has a very short ingredient list– with no corn syrup– 170 calories (which is not bad) and 50 from fat which is a little high. The sugars are a little high, too, at 23 grams.

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt Opened

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt Opened

Opening the yogurt container, this yogurt has a very thick, solid consistency that looks a lot like Fage or some of the other Greek-style yogurts.

The flavor is almost bitingly sour, but you can definitely taste the orange and cinnamon in spite of that. It taste a bit like canoli filling, although it has a much more lactosey sourness to it. The consistency is very very smooth and creamy– this is solid and won’t fall off your spoon.

If you like dairy-sour yogurts, this is definitely one to try! I think it might be a little too sour for me, especially when it also has a lot of sugar, but it wasn’t unpleasant and the texture and unique flavor is worth a go.

The other one I have today is Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Goat Milk Yogurt.

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla

This was one of the more expensive yogurts, at $2.49. It has 140 calories and 45 calories from fat– so, not bad on calories but the fat content is a tad high. It has 14 grams of sugar, though, which is fairly good. It is sweetened with maple syrup.

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Opened

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Opened

Opening it, it is almost the exact opposite of Greek Gods– in fact, it is rather soupy! The flavor is not sweet at all– just mildly sweet, and very strongly of maple, not vanilla. On the other hand, it has very little sourness to it. I really like the flavor of this yogurt. I generally don’t like the soupier yogurts, but this one has an excellent flavor that won me over. The maple is really strong but almost not sweet, which is very unique.

The Redwood Hill is definitely my favorite of these two, but I think it’s a little pricey for me to buy it too often.

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

teaberryblue: (Default)

Okay! So, today I have The Greek Gods Greek (Style) Yogurt. It cost $1.69 at my local grocery store.

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt

The “Style” is in tiny letters not in the logo. Haha! Anyway, these yogurts are THEMED. Every yogurt has a different god on it. Vanilla, which is what we are trying, is not just vanilla, but vanilla cinnamon orange and apparently belongs to Aphrodite! It is the yogurt of LOVE!

The yogurt of love has a very short ingredient list– with no corn syrup– 170 calories (which is not bad) and 50 from fat which is a little high. The sugars are a little high, too, at 23 grams.

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt Opened

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt Opened

Opening the yogurt container, this yogurt has a very thick, solid consistency that looks a lot like Fage or some of the other Greek-style yogurts.

The flavor is almost bitingly sour, but you can definitely taste the orange and cinnamon in spite of that. It taste a bit like canoli filling, although it has a much more lactosey sourness to it. The consistency is very very smooth and creamy– this is solid and won’t fall off your spoon.

If you like dairy-sour yogurts, this is definitely one to try! I think it might be a little too sour for me, especially when it also has a lot of sugar, but it wasn’t unpleasant and the texture and unique flavor is worth a go.

The other one I have today is Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Goat Milk Yogurt.

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla

This was one of the more expensive yogurts, at $2.49. It has 140 calories and 45 calories from fat– so, not bad on calories but the fat content is a tad high. It has 14 grams of sugar, though, which is fairly good. It is sweetened with maple syrup.

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Opened

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Opened

Opening it, it is almost the exact opposite of Greek Gods– in fact, it is rather soupy! The flavor is not sweet at all– just mildly sweet, and very strongly of maple, not vanilla. On the other hand, it has very little sourness to it. I really like the flavor of this yogurt. I generally don’t like the soupier yogurts, but this one has an excellent flavor that won me over. The maple is really strong but almost not sweet, which is very unique.

The Redwood Hill is definitely my favorite of these two, but I think it’s a little pricey for me to buy it too often.

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

teaberryblue: (Default)

Okay! So, today I have The Greek Gods Greek (Style) Yogurt. It cost $1.69 at my local grocery store.

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt

The “Style” is in tiny letters not in the logo. Haha! Anyway, these yogurts are THEMED. Every yogurt has a different god on it. Vanilla, which is what we are trying, is not just vanilla, but vanilla cinnamon orange and apparently belongs to Aphrodite! It is the yogurt of LOVE!

The yogurt of love has a very short ingredient list– with no corn syrup– 170 calories (which is not bad) and 50 from fat which is a little high. The sugars are a little high, too, at 23 grams.

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt Opened

The Greek Gods Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Yogurt Opened

Opening the yogurt container, this yogurt has a very thick, solid consistency that looks a lot like Fage or some of the other Greek-style yogurts.

The flavor is almost bitingly sour, but you can definitely taste the orange and cinnamon in spite of that. It taste a bit like canoli filling, although it has a much more lactosey sourness to it. The consistency is very very smooth and creamy– this is solid and won’t fall off your spoon.

If you like dairy-sour yogurts, this is definitely one to try! I think it might be a little too sour for me, especially when it also has a lot of sugar, but it wasn’t unpleasant and the texture and unique flavor is worth a go.

The other one I have today is Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Goat Milk Yogurt.

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla

This was one of the more expensive yogurts, at $2.49. It has 140 calories and 45 calories from fat– so, not bad on calories but the fat content is a tad high. It has 14 grams of sugar, though, which is fairly good. It is sweetened with maple syrup.

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Opened

Redwood Hill Farm Vanilla Opened

Opening it, it is almost the exact opposite of Greek Gods– in fact, it is rather soupy! The flavor is not sweet at all– just mildly sweet, and very strongly of maple, not vanilla. On the other hand, it has very little sourness to it. I really like the flavor of this yogurt. I generally don’t like the soupier yogurts, but this one has an excellent flavor that won me over. The maple is really strong but almost not sweet, which is very unique.

The Redwood Hill is definitely my favorite of these two, but I think it’s a little pricey for me to buy it too often.

Mirrored from Antagonia.net.

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