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esperanza

Dec 21, 2012, 2:14 PM

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We just spent a week in Florida, attending a wedding and having a good time with friends and family. Almost every morning I had FAGE Greek yogurt for breakfast. No comparison with home-made so-called Greek yogurt: FAGE is hands-down the best yogurt I ever tasted. Pray that your supermarket starts to carry it.

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sfmacaws


Dec 22, 2012, 9:53 AM

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I've never seen that brand here, sigh. It's been so long since I've been in the US that I'd probably have an attack of culture shock if I returned. Miami is very close though, everyone here shops in Miami. It's close, convenient and you don't have to use English. :)


Jonna - Mérida, Yucatán




yucatandreamer


Dec 22, 2012, 1:29 PM

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Jonna, It was here in Costco, they were even demo-ing it. It was about three months ago and I bought a tub and was so excited. It has never been seen again!
Charlotte


sfmacaws


Dec 22, 2012, 10:24 PM

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Typical! I just braved the xmas crowds at costco a couple days ago. I'll look for it whenever I'm there again and put it on my 'if you ever see this' list. I expect the greek yogurt at Mega could disappear too. I looked for it at Superama today and they don't have it or any other greek yogurt. How can the yogurt aisles be so huge and yet there is so little that I want? My favorite flavored yogurt, Lala Coco, disappeared a couple years ago and has never returned. It's the only one I thought was worth all the sugar and stuff.


Jonna - Mérida, Yucatán




rayitodeluna

Dec 27, 2012, 7:38 AM

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We just spent a week in Florida, attending a wedding and having a good time with friends and family. Almost every morning I had FAGE Greek yogurt for breakfast. No comparison with home-made so-called Greek yogurt: FAGE is hands-down the best yogurt I ever tasted. Pray that your supermarket starts to carry it.


FAGE is yummy, fortunately for me our closest Costco carries it!

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esperanza

Dec 28, 2012, 4:51 PM

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We just spent a week in Florida, attending a wedding and having a good time with friends and family. Almost every morning I had FAGE Greek yogurt for breakfast. No comparison with home-made so-called Greek yogurt: FAGE is hands-down the best yogurt I ever tasted. Pray that your supermarket starts to carry it.


FAGE is yummy, fortunately for me our closest Costco carries it!

We were at Costco Polanco today. No FAGE. They never heard of it. Weird.

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sioux4noff

Jan 2, 2013, 1:37 PM

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I'm in Texas right now and because of this thread, I bought some FAGE yogurt. Now I can only hope the Puerto Vallarta Costco has it. It is really good.


mazbook1


Jan 2, 2013, 5:42 PM

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One solution would be to bring some fresh yogurt of your choice down with you (I've even flown with it double bagged in freezer quality zip-loc bags-24 to 48 hours of non-refrigeration won't affect fermented milk products except in the hottest summer months), then use the procedure I posted early in this thread for making your own. It WILL come out the same, at least until your starter has picked up too many local wild yeasts and lacto-bacteria.

If DIY doesn't appeal, there's usually one or more (assuming you live in an urban area) health food stores that make their own yogurt and would probably be happy to use your starter to make a batch for you.


sioux4noff

Jan 2, 2013, 6:41 PM

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Thanks for the suggestions, but I didn't like it THAT much! It was certainly the best natural yogurt I've had, but I could live many years happily if yogurt suddenly vanished from the earth.


milaya

Apr 8, 2014, 8:35 AM

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Hello, I would like to buy Alpura Natural yogurt in NYC and can not find it. Maybe someone will be able to help me?


esperanza

Apr 9, 2014, 7:45 AM

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Milaya, Alpura natural yoghurt (as far as I know) is sold only in Mexico--and it's hard to find here.

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