Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Substitute for Goat Yogurt

For the past few weeks, I've found it impossible to find the good quality goat yogurt I like for my breakfast. I eat it with fruit and fresh ginger. I checked all over and asked why there weren't any on the refrigerator shelves. Apparently it is the season for those "mama goats" to have babies, and the babies get the milk for the first couple of months. I can understand that, but what was I supposed to eat?

I wanted a reliable natural yogurt, just milk and "starter." I looked through the dairy section in our local store and surprised myself. The most natural sort-of yogurt was sour cream. I bought a lowered fat one of 15% fat and have been using just a bit each morning with my fruit and ginger. It's amazingly sweet and satisfying. So, until I find good goat yogurt, I'm OK.



The irony is that I had never in my life been a sour cream eater. But now, I can see how addictive it can be. It really is delicious and sweet. But I don't need those fat calories, sigh...

2 comments:

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