I’m a yogurt junkie, but I don’t make it myself. I adore Fage Greek-style yogurt, but the nearest source of Fage is 20 miles from my house. So I was pretty stoked to see organic Oikos with honey at my local Wal-Mart. (Yes, we semi-rural folks have limited options when it comes to groceries, but the lack of gourmet groceries is worth the improved access to locally grown & slaughtered meat, among other things.) Anyway, Oikos is the Greek-style yogurt made by Stonyfield Farms…so even though I bought my yogurt at the world’s largest retailer (and largest public corporation), my purchase helped support American agriculture.
I like the thicker yogurt also but my markets only carry the low fat one and I am a full fat yogurt person
If I’m using it for cooking/recipes, I’ll buy the full-fat. For my lunchbag, I generally stick to the 0% or 2%. I could eat yogurt, honey, and nuts every single day.
The Fage yogurt with cherries on the side owns a significant piece of my soul.
Oh, the cherry is so good, but I always cringe at the price. I buy the (cheaper big tub) and a jar of Danish sour cherry jam…