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14 Nov 2007, 12:06 pm

Yogurt is gross! Blech! :P


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14 Nov 2007, 1:39 pm

sodarktheshadows wrote:
:(
i apparently have no yogurt.
now i am sad.
i really really suddenly had a craving for some of that peach....wanna share with someone a little less fortunate?
*insert sad puppy-dog eyes here*

i can share my peach yougord whith u :)



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15 Nov 2007, 1:51 am

Hmmm. I have four types of yogurt in my refrigerator and I think I'll go with...the Strawberry Thick and Creamy.

Or maybe just ice cream. 8O



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15 Nov 2007, 2:06 am

I don't know why all of a sudden while reading this thread, I got an irresistible craving for creme broule.

French desserts are the best.



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15 Nov 2007, 3:31 am

Thanks Eire! You revived a very dead thread. There were some surprising twists, tho.
Mm, creme broulee! Moi, je veux du pain au chocolat, avec les deux trucs du chocolat en dedans...



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15 Nov 2007, 3:36 pm

Has anyone here ever looked at active culture yogurt under a microscope? It's chock full of squirmy, swimmy things.

That said, I love yogurt.

Good fortune,

- Icarus eats squirmy, swimmy things...


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15 Nov 2007, 4:29 pm

At work I had to unload a truck full of dannon yogurt, like 5000 cases of the stuff!

A big load, and during the whole process I damaged 1 single case which ill admit could have been avoided but I was rushing because we have to shair forklifts on occasion.

Anyways, the case was to be thrown out, and just prior to throwing it out I took a single cup of the stuff (all distoryed and messy) and ate just a little bit, it was bananna vinella er somethin like that, IDK I could not read the label and when I do my job unlike most people their who read the product discription I read the number of the product, much easier for me, but yea... GOOD STUFF. I used to eat the stuff as a kid, and it tasted exactly as I had remembered almost 15-20 years ago!


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15 Nov 2007, 5:33 pm

*hisses at yogurt* i don't what it is but one day i suddenly stopped liking yogurt. now i have this secret dream of someday blowing up all the yogurt factories in the world... if i don't blow them up then bob the llama will certainly do so.

(my favorite yogurt used to be peach, though.)


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15 Nov 2007, 6:37 pm

Icarus_Falling wrote:
Has anyone here ever looked at active culture yogurt under a microscope? It's chock full of squirmy, swimmy things.

That said, I love yogurt.

Good fortune,

- Icarus eats squirmy, swimmy things...


*raises hand enthusiastically* I have! I have!

Oddly enough, it never bothered me.

PS- I like to put all sorts foods under my microscope. :nerdy:



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15 Nov 2007, 7:00 pm

I crave some orange and vanilla yogurt right now. I also love vanilla yogurt with other kinds of yogurt... especially peach, strawberry and maybe this time apple!



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15 Nov 2007, 7:40 pm

My favourite used to be rhubarb and vanilla yogurt, but it doesn't seem to exist anymore. I like natural yogurt, Greek yogurt, and the expensive ones that are vanila, orange or lemon curd flavoured. Raspberry is also good.

According to a Cuban I met, the best yogurt in the world is (or at least was until the collapse of the Soviet bloc) Bulgarian. I wouldn't know.


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15 Nov 2007, 8:30 pm

I detect a conspiracy, pbcoll.

The "best yogurt in the world is" communist.
You socialized with a socialist (and I bet you killed him.)
Your favorite flavor is rhubarb.
You joined WP on my birthday.
And Bristol is a town just down the road from me...

Did you think I wouldn't notice?



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15 Nov 2007, 9:38 pm

I used to be known at work for the girl that always ate yoghurt. I found a yoghurt cookbook at the thrift store and brought it in because I thought they would appreciate that. Or something like that...

I've always loved yoghurt. So many things you can do with it. Granola, fruit, smoothies, sour cream replacement (though I don't eat sour cream anyway...), etc. One can even use it to help with yeast infections. The only other food I know that can make that claim is garlic.



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15 Nov 2007, 11:27 pm

haha, I was just finishing eating yoghurt when I saw this thread :P

I had some pear yoghurt, delicious!


Has anyone in here tried/made home yoghurt? The one that is made with "bulgaros" (live culture). I used to make yoghurt that way, very delicious!


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16 Nov 2007, 5:52 am

woodsman25 wrote:
At work I had to unload a truck full of dannon yogurt, like 5000 cases of the stuff!

A big load, and during the whole process I damaged 1 single case which ill admit could have been avoided but I was rushing because we have to shair forklifts on occasion.

Anyways, the case was to be thrown out, and just prior to throwing it out I took a single cup of the stuff (all distoryed and messy) and ate just a little bit, it was bananna vinella er somethin like that, IDK I could not read the label and when I do my job unlike most people their who read the product discription I read the number of the product, much easier for me, but yea... GOOD STUFF. I used to eat the stuff as a kid, and it tasted exactly as I had remembered almost 15-20 years ago!


Heh, never seen anybody quote themselfs before, so I guess ill do it, just simply to say that I did the exact same thing again tonight. I have been doing alot of yogurt loads latly, maby its cause of all you guys, hehehe.


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16 Nov 2007, 10:41 pm

In the news:
"forum post makes supermarkets flood with yoghurt"

Haha! :lol:


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