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Stonyfield Organic Oikos Greek Yogurt Review and Giveaway

Greek yogurt has an incredibly rich and creamy texture, about twice the protein of regular yogurt, less lactose, and fewer carbs. So it’s no wonder Greek is flying off the shelves. Oikos Organic Greek Yogurt has 0% fat and just 80 calories per serving.* Because it’s organic, Oikos is also better for the earth. And it's better for you too. If you love yogurt and Stony Field Organics you can sign up for Stonyfield Rewards and
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My husband loves Greek food and thought that the yogurt was delicious. Mr. Chase Face said that it was okay but he would rather have some fruity yogurt. I thought that it was very good when I replaced mayonnaise with the yogurt on sandwiches and wraps. I received coupons for free Oikos in exchange for this review.


The friendly people at Stonyfield Organic have put together an awesome gift pack for one lucky person. It includes four free 5.3 oz Oikos coupons, one free 16 oz Oikos coupon along with an Oikos reusable tote bag.

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23 comments:

Diane Brooks said...

I did not know very much about Greek yogurt until I visited the website. It was helpful to see a conversion chart is available on the site. A great idea for converting recipes.

I am visiting from MBC.

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SunsetRun said...

Every ingredient is environmentally friendly.. I have never tried this yogurt and hope to get a chance! Love the blog I am a new reader!!

Lori said...

Hello,
I learned that Greek Yogurt is thicker and creamier than regular yogurt. I would love to find out.
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Hope said...

Wow, Greek yogurt takes 3 times more milk to make than regular yogurt!
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Charity said...

I learned that each ingredient is environmentally friendly:) Would love to try this yogurt. Thanks!!

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1stopmom said...

Cool, I learned that Greek yogurt easily substitutes for cream, cream cheese, sour cream, or ricotta cheese. I would have never thought of that.

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