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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat View Post
    Just found out Tesco sell it!
    I might just have to try it... thanks Mat. x

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    Our local Tesco only seems to have the flavoured options.

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    Ah - the joys of a metropolis!
    The worst bigots in the world are those who most loudly proclaim their ‘tolerance’

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerryPoole View Post
    Where do you it it from Sarah?
    PerryPoole I bought mine from a One Stop shop. Quite surprised.
    I've only seen the fruit variations in Morrisons and they have 8.5g of sugar I think, so they stay on the shelf.

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    It's a shame the fruit ones have added sugar and maize starch, otherwise they'd be a really handy option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerryPoole View Post
    Where do you it it from Sarah?
    Lidl stock it, both plain and flavoured. Less yogurty than normal yogurt, if you see what I mean...

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    Good old Lidl's. I'm popping in there tomorrow.

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    I found some at our big Tesco. Just opened it to try. I would say it's more savoury than yogurt but less chalky than fat free normal yogurts. It might be useful for making a dip for something like potato wedges or jackets. I also am going to try making a "Marie rose" type dressing for prawns so you could have them in a jacket potato.

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    SOunds like a good plan!
    The worst bigots in the world are those who most loudly proclaim their ‘tolerance’

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    Well, you're never too old to learn...

    I'd never heard of this stuff until today. Now I'm on a hunt to buy it!

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