Icelandic Yogurt?

yogurt1Have you guys ever seen this? Supposedly it’s this nonfat yogurt from Iceland that has high amounts of protein in it. I bought one for myself in pomegranate. I’ll let you know.

I thought between one sister that makes her own yogurt and one sister that wants to-you might be interested.

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4 thoughts on “Icelandic Yogurt?

  1. I LOVE that stuff–SKYR! I made sure to eat lots of it when we went to Iceland a few years back–this brand is made in NY though not Iceland. I don’t buy it as often as I’d like to because it’s so pricey. I like the siggi’s brand because the flavored varieties are not too sugary (I think he uses agave which is the new trendy “alternate” sweetener). I think, though, the reason it is so expensive is it uses so much more milk per carton–to get it that thick they must have to strain out a lot of liquid. It is amazing it’s fat free. It’s also super-high protein for the same reason.

  2. Hhm… whent Letn’s over, I’ll have to see if I can find it. Maybe PCC will have it the next time I’m in Seattle. Great picture though — new camera?

  3. Yeah, I thought of you when I saw this Sara-I remember you talking about the food in Iceland (or was it Sweden). Also, yes it is made with agave. It was really good but yes, 3.75 which is quite ridiculous. Brandon said he wasn’t going to be able to keep up with my expensive yogurt lifestyle. =)

  4. Sadly, I have actually been on this guy’s (siggi’s) website. What can I say, I love yogurt (though I think this may technically not be “yogurt”).

    I don’t know–it’s expensive in all the Nordic countries.

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