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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Whole Soy Yogurt Review

Tasting reviews of milk alternative products are all too rare, so I was pleased to run across a review of Whole Soy yogurt on

If you're used to regular cow's milk yogurt, then Whole Soy yogurt will definitely be a change. When you take your first bite, it tastes more sweet than tangy. The consistency is a little different too. It's not as runny as regular yogurt can be, but I really enjoyed the thick and smooth quality. Plus I liked that it wasn't at all gritty or chalky, like some soy products can be. The flavor is very mild, so it's perfect if you like to mix in fruit, nuts, or granola. Although it contains more calories than cow's milk yogurt, it also contains less sodium and sugar. I was also surprised to see that compared to regular yogurt and another brand of soy yogurt, Whole Soy contains the most calcium.

And yes, it's vegan.

Whole Soy & Co. makes lines of soy yogurt and soy frozen yogurt. (They're not related to the Whole Foods Market chain.) Their soy yogurt comes in Plain, Peach, Vanilla, Strawberry, Raspberry, Cherry, Lemon, Blueberry, Apricot Mango, Strawberry Banana, and Mixed Berry flavors.

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