Now, this stuff is seriously thick. It's the thickest yogurt we've ever had. That's because the yogurt is strained; it takes several times the amount of lowfat milk to make this little cup of yogurt. To be honest, it was almost too thick! We adore plain yogurt, but we could only eat half a cup of this stuff. It practically sticks to the roof of your mouth! (Seriously; one little cup of this extra-high protein yogurt, with a total of 100 calories, gave us two breakfasts.)
We are looking forward to trying other flavors of Siggi's yogurt, and if we need some extra-thick, extra-strained yogurt for cooking, this will be it. Do you eat Siggi's skyr?
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