Fall roundup 2015: Chobani pumpkin yogurt
One word about Chobani: I think it was one of the first Greek yogurts I tried, way back when I was studying Arabic and was first introduced to the wonderment that is Mediterranean food. I had never had yogurt in a savory application; tzatziki was a revelation (also the first time I had ever liked cucumber. And now I’m craving lamb kibbeh with tzatziki…)
So I can’t bash Chobani too hard, except that now it’s WAY too tart for me. Maybe I was tougher back then. Plus, they have this nifty little device;
(This is the same yogurt, but in the “Flip” version.)
The little corner has stuff in it, and you just peel off the lid,
and dump in the toppings:
Pretty clever, right? (I think the first one I had had honey in the other side; honey’s SO PERFECT with a super-tart Greek yogurt.)
But overall, this was not my favorite pumpkin yogurt offering. I’ve still got a few to try (there’s SO MUCH pumpkin yogurt), but I will not be getting this one again.