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Sadly, I'll probably never eat it again...

Any farm - raised fish, which means not a lot of fish.
Pork - I watched that video from the animal rights ad with the pig in the cage. I am done, even with organic pork.
Utz Crab Chips - I love love love these things, but check the label some time and compare the sodium content to other brands. Insanely high. Beware if you have any blood pressure or heart issues.
Beef that isn't grass-fed and free roaming, which means not a lot of beef.

Apr 26, 2013
321contact in General Topics

Wanted: low sugar yogurt.

The high sugar, pudding-like thing bothers me too. When I want sweet I eat ice cream, cheesecake, you know -something worth the sin. I used to like Stoneyfield's lowfat but they went and yoplait'd it.
I've switched to Maple Hill Creamery yogurt. The cows are grass fed, they have flavors without being really sweet, and if you want low-fat you can just skim the fat off the top. May be available in the northeast only.

Apr 26, 2013
321contact in General Topics

Survey: Your Preference for Fat in Yogurt.

Yes. Where I live in the suburbs "fat-free" has taken over, almost completely. Full fat is available in large containers, but single serving containers of full fat are usually not there, low fat less available than it used to be.

Feb 02, 2013
321contact in General Topics

Survey: Your Preference for Fat in Yogurt.

Low fat for eating (getting harder to find) and full fat for cooking.

Jan 29, 2013
321contact in General Topics

Wanted: low sugar yogurt.

I used to like lowfat Stonyfield for exactly the reason that it didn't taste too sweet, but they've replaced their very fine lowfat yogurt with a new product called "Blends". If you don't like icky sweet, stay away. The consistency is now pudding-like and the sweetness ramped up, maybe for the Walmart segment of the market? Can't imagine why else they'd do this.

Jan 26, 2013
321contact in General Topics