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    Yoghurt?
    As in regular yoghurt? I buy the nice greek yoghurt with fruit swirls in it and DS takes some for lunch. I was just wondering if you can freeze in portions and it might stay nice and chilled buy lunch? (His lunch box is insulated and it has 2 ice bricks in it.)

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    I was going to say the same as me+he=3. I freeze the squeezy ones for the kids school lunches all the time. Not sure how a tub one would go though..might end up watery?? Give it a try over the weekend

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    yup. I do it in pouches once a week and freeze half. Just make sure you give it a good stir or shake. Sometimes it can seperate a bit.

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