Now, I won’t pretend that I haven’t heard of drinking yoghurt before, but I haven’t really thought about it. However, during a recent trip to our friendly neighborhood BILKA, they were giving out free bottles of a new drinking yoghurt and since Andreas has never *ever* passed up anything free, we made sure to walk slowly by on our way out and got two free samples! Nevermind that Andreas is allergic to dairy and can’t even drink it…
So I brought it home, cracked it open and took a slurp. After the first drink, I thought what is this, yoghurt? It’s so thin…this is weird. ew. After the second drink, I thought this is like milk…except it’s thick…and there’s a chunk, double ew. and after the third drink I thought this isn’t milk…or yoghurt…this is…….delicious!
I now proudly proclaim that I am a huge fan of this delicious drink as long as I don’t think about yoghurt OR milk while I drink it! Plus, it’s pineapple passionfruit flavor, yum! I’m guessing that a whole lot of my future breakfasts/snacks are going to consist of this.
Also, as a sidenote, that little green “keyhole” symbol apparently means it’s healthy! It’s actually pretty helpful to have such a simple symbol to determine whether a food is “healthy” and as far as I’ve noticed, it’s been pretty accurate (unlike in the states where I can’t even begin to rant about how many foods are advertised as “healthy” and are full of nothing but junk.)