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    Love ours.
    The yogurt is thick and yummy. I agree with Bond Girl. .. thir banana is yummy. And I don't even like bananas!I've just made the pineapple and coconut. Smells amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    Is the yogurt gritty? I find the aldi yoghurt gritty. I think it's the Joi fruit one?
    No not at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    Is it thick yoghurt? Can you adjust the consistency? So far it sounds good, is it cost effective (apart from perhaps the Aldi example?)
    Yes the Greek ones are. I like the Greek and coconut flavour. I alternate between Easiyo yoghurt and Aldi yoghurt. It's really handy to have the sachets handy to make yoghurt when I've run out of tubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinachris View Post
    Is the yogurt gritty? I find the aldi yoghurt gritty. I think it's the Joi fruit one?
    What do you mean by gritty? I love the Aldi strawberry flavoured yoghurt (the Joi one). It's got chunks of strawberry in it...so I expect stuff in it.

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    No not the fruit bits the yoghurt itself. Grainy is perhaps a better description.

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    Only ever buy the Greek one and add berries for extra fruity flavour. I bought my like 15+ years ago I think

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    The kids love vanilla yoghurt- DS might like a berry one but DD flat out refuses, she's a pain with food. Is the vanilla ok tasting does anyone know? It's sounding promising though - might have a trip to Woolworths tomorrow

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    I love mine. I use the low fat Greek yogurt mix and I make mine overnight. I tend to wrap a towel around the outer container and put it somewhere not too cold, so that speeds up process and it comes out thicker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    Has anyone tried these? Are they any good? Was lamenting the fact that yoghurt expensive and my kids love it so we go through a kilo tub every couple of days. They like thicker yoghurt and most brands are quite runny these days apart from ski that Coles no longer stocks. So I got to thinking about making my own which seems a bit long winded so wondered about this.
    Love ours and it certainly gets good use as all 3 boys love yogurt.
    Some flavours are thicker than others. The boys faves are the berry, vanilla and passionfruit flavours. My fave is the coconut flavour. The only flavour we don't like is the strawberry.
    It's very easy to do and quite often the yogurt is on special. You can also buy the smaller sachets and the smaller pots which is great if you have kids who like different flavours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Love ours.
    The yogurt is thick and yummy. I agree with Bond Girl. .. thir banana is yummy. And I don't even like bananas!I've just made the pineapple and coconut. Smells amazing.
    Pineapple and coconut is delicious! Like a pina colada :-)


 

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