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Does so callwd Full Fat yoghurt exist?

Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by Mal37, May 17, 2018.

  1. Mal37

    Mal37 Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    I have tried almost every online British supermarket ... trying to get Full Fat Greek Yoghurt
    but they all say No full fat ... and begin to show me ll fat free ones!!!
    H E L P ???
  2. Engineer88

    Engineer88 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    which supermarket are you looking at? Tesco has their own brand - it isn't called full fat but the low fat is called low fat, confusing I nknow
  3. Rachox

    Rachox Type 2 (in remission!) · Moderator
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    Yes I buy Tesco’s too as @Engineer88 says it doesn’t state full fat but it’s 9.5% fat against the low fat which is 3%.
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  4. Deleted Account

    Deleted Account · Guest

    Are you looking for yoghurt which explicitly states "Full fat" or just any that does NOT say "low fat"?
    I think they are the same.
    I assume you are after the "full fat" version because it has less carbs.
  5. kaylz91

    kaylz91 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    If you type Greek yogurt into any supermarket site it will come up with full fat and low fat, it's easy to distinguish the difference as when you click on the product it brings up a page with nutrition information on it, there are many brands of full fat available all over even Lidl and Aldi so you shouldn't have a problem :confused:
  6. hankjam

    hankjam Type 2 (in remission!) · Well-Known Member

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    It's Lidl's for me, back in the full One litre pot, 10% fat and 3.2% carbohydrate... Greek Style, it's made in Germany...which is fine by me.
    It would be interesting to know if the 3.2% carbohydrate is natural or if they help it a long a bit.
    I really should be getting round to making it myself..... :banghead:
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