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Icelandic low carb yoghurt

Discussion in 'Low-carb Diet Forum' started by Marie4james, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. Marie4james

    Marie4james LADA · Active Member

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    hi don't know if anyone has posted this already...

    I was eating ff natural Greek yogurt but recently found a brand called skyr which is A traditional Icelandic yoghurt and has roughly 11g carb for 150g pot. (7g per100g) Personally I love them, really thick and creamy very filling and a variety of flavours. 1/2 price in Tesco atm which is why I tried them!

    Hope this helps someone!
     
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    PatsyB Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Not tried but will try now ...:)
     
  3. vintageutopia

    vintageutopia Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    They sell something similar here in the states called Siggi's. It is also an Icelandic skyr and my favorite yogurt to date.
     
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    britishpub Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    The plain variety is 4g per 100g. I tried it last week and found it left a nasty aftertaste compared with Total 0% which is also 4g of carb. I've found the creamiest and thickest of the 0% fat Greek Yoghurts is Liberte (3.8g) which is sold in most Sainsburys.
     
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