I can’t say it enough.
This yogurt is great. It’s lusciously creamy. It’s tangy. It tastes like you bought it at a farm stand. It’s got an awesome cow on the label and comes in a thick, old-fashioned glass bottle. (Hey, I’m a sucker for good packaging.)
In 2005 and 2006, it was voted America’s best yogurt by The American Cheese Society in Louisville, Kentucky. (Being a mouse, I can hardly argue with that.)
So what’s the benefit of milk from grass-fed cows? According to Traders Point, it’s higher in healthy fats such as Omega 3 and conjugated linoleic acid.
Sound good? Sure. Me? I like it because it tastes good. If it’s good for me, that’s a bonus.
The good folks at Traders Point bill it as a “drinkable” yogurt, but honestly, it’s really pretty thick. I poured it into a glass and then ate it with a spoon. It could easily be a great stand-alone breakfastâ€”or an ingredient in a bigger dish.
One 32 oz. bottle was $4.99 at Whole Foods.
Traders Point Creamery also makes and sells aged and fresh cheeses, milk and chocolate milk, ice creamâ€”and, not surprisingly, beef.
If you’re ever in their neck of the woods, you can tour their farm or have a nibble at their Loft Restaurant and Dairy Bar.
I know I was raving about Greek yogurt a while ago, but I think I may have a new favorite. I’m just sad I didn’t discover it earlier.