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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopeg View Post
    I just get the full-fat natural or Greek yoghurts. They don't have any sugar and you can add to fruit or savoury purées, which is especially handy if you warm up their food too much and need to cool it down in a hurry. Getting it in the big tubs is good value and they have the active cultures that are good for tummies, unlike the flavoured yoghurts. But Littlemissellie, I love the Paris Creek ones for me - how good is their raspberry!?
    Yeh greek yoghurt and adding ur own mashed banana or stewed apples or pears is a great option that i forgot to mention, we do that sometimes too!

    I love the blueberry one Mopeg, so good mixing in all that yummy fruit at the bottom

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    The first time I bought Paris Creek I didn't see the bit about having to stir to find the fruit layer. I was thinking how bland it tasted and then I hit the fruit jackpot! Their plain Swiss yoghurt is good, too, and since I live in Adelaide and they are an SA company I like to support them.

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    I have just recently started making my own yoghurt, super cheap, much healthier and soooooo yummy. DD cant stop eating it! I did not realise it was so easy to make!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopeg View Post
    The first time I bought Paris Creek I didn't see the bit about having to stir to find the fruit layer. I was thinking how bland it tasted and then I hit the fruit jackpot! Their plain Swiss yoghurt is good, too, and since I live in Adelaide and they are an SA company I like to support them.
    that would have been bland, must have been a pleasant surprise when u found all that sweetness at the bottom!

    Im in Adelaide too, thats what i love, supporting a local company. Its made in Mount Compass i believe...


 

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