Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Oi! You Gotta Try Oikos - Organic Greek Yogurt

Drizzle - for 40 days already.

I remember when Oikos first came out. I figured it was just another good yogurt product by Stonyfield Yogurt to add to their variety. You know how manufacturers need to keep adding things. I've been eating yogurt since it went mainstream in the 70's and even made my own. Most yogurts have a similarity to them - but some are a little out there and resemble some gelatin fake pink "pudding", for lack of a better word. Still, there is a thread of taste and consistency that makes them,well, yogurt.

Until now.

Oikos Organic Greek Yogurt
is in a class by itself. This isn't just a yogurt. Well at least it doesn't even come close to anything I have tasted before. I'm not sure what the heck Stonyfield did to make this very different animal called Oikos yogurt, or what new magical cultures they are using, but believe me, this is different and it is not just good, its better than great...it's outstanding.

Since I am not a food connoisseur, I can't really tell you why it is so different and so good. It is thicker, creamier, almost like a sour cream. In fact, this is the perfect replacement for sour cream on potatoes or in guacamole. (I never did buy into the yogurt on potatoes) It is just delicious. Not sure I can even go back to regular yogurt.

Okay, enough already. You'll just have to try it yourself. You can get coupons for a free Oikos by going here: http://www.oikosorganic.com/Coupons/

And in case you are wondering, I was not paid to do this. But I did use some free coupons!

Let me know what you think. Was I right? Is Oikos the most amazing, unique yogurt you have ever tasted? Oi, enjoy.

("Oi" is a British term used when saying "Hey")

1 comment:

kdrociak said...

Woo hoo! Glad to hear you enjoed the Oikos Debby! We have a bunch of recipes on our website if you ever feel like cooking with it - OikosOrganic.com. It's the authentic straining process that makes it so thick and creamy!

Take care and see you on the 11th!

Stonyfield Farm