Grass-fed Greek Yogurt 300g

300gr Tub, Fresh

Home Made

  • ฿299 per 300gr Tub
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What makes a real food yogurt? Keeping the ingredients real, of course. We set out to make a Greek yogurt because we were frustrated by the watered-down “Greek style” versions you usually find at the supermarket - made with low quality milk and stuffed with gelatin and/or gums to give it a “Greek style” texture and cheap sugars to taper its natural flavor. No thanks. We’d rather just have the real thing. So we started with our 100% organic, grass-fed milk from Khao Yai, added some gut-boosting probiotics, let them work their magic, and strained out the leftover liquid whey. The result is the thickest, creamiest Greek yogurt you’ll be able to find. Seriously - check out the product photos to see how it compares to other yogurts on the market. This is how yogurt is supposed to be. Grass-fed, full fat, high in natural probiotics for your gut and milk proteins. The best part - this yogurt makes a fantastic base for either a quick, healthy snack (pair it with berries, cut fruits, or nuts) or a little more indulgent dessert experience (try it with dark chocolate nibs or granola). Or you could drop some into a smoothie to thicken it up with a creamy protein boost. Last but not least, you could use it as a base to make other dishes or dips (Indian curries or tzatziki come to mind). Tons of possibilities. We like it with: -our New Zealand blueberries -our Thai cacao nibs -our paleo granola -our organic maple syrup And many more. Happy creating! Keeps for 30 days in the fridge, or one week after opening. Note: this yogurt is alive (it has live probiotics:)) so over time lactose content goes down and the taste might become a bit more sour (after many days).

Nutrition
Per 300gr Tub
Calories400
Total Fat26 g
Total Protein28 g
Total Carbohydrates12 g
     Total Fiber0 g

JK   3 months ago

Absolutely delicious and thick! It's spreadable and is more like a labneh than greek yoghurt. Tastes great on its own but can go savory (add olive oil/za'atar) or sweet.