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#1 Suzanne F

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 02:38 AM

Well, yes, of course it's good: it's got 10% butterfat. Paul loved the taste I made him eat, but he's scared to death of the fat. :rolleyes:

Have not tried cooking with it, but for just eating, it's everything sour cream used to be: thick, rich, tart, wonderful. It's all I can do not to finish the whole quart at one time.

$4.99/quart (after the store discount of $.50) in the Pathmark.I'll probably never see it there again. But oh man, am I enjoying it now!

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 11:33 AM

This is GREAT STUFF Suze! Discovered it this spring and have made piles of Raita and dolloped it on fruit in the morning ever since. Same price here in PWM
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#3 squibble

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 01:47 PM

Suzanne, is it better than Fage Total Greek? I'm going to my local My Organic Market today and I'll pick some up if I see it.

#4 Suzanne F

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 03:55 PM

Yes, I think it is better than ANYTHING. :wub: Well, anything dairy and savory that isn't cheese. :P

Oddly enough, I got it at the closest thing to a mega everyday supermarket I know below 14th Street (the Pathmark on Cherry Street and the East River), not in some fancy-schmancy gourmetty store. Which is not to say that those places might not carry it; if they carry Cabot products, they might.

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#5 TaliesinNYC

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Posted 20 July 2011 - 10:30 PM

Well, yes, of course it's good: it's got 10% butterfat. Paul loved the taste I made him eat, but he's scared to death of the fat. :rolleyes:



You can make scones with it, without any butter whatsoever.

Just Greek yogurt, flour, sparkling water.

If that doesn't convince HWOE, I don't know what will. :P