Wednesday, December 27, 2017
Cashewgurt & Numista
Finally, as I get back into the swing of things and posting again I thought I would share a couple of things with you starting with this Cashewgurt! Hillary has mentioned it on her blog a couple times or more and I was so excited I finally found it in my region! Problem is - because I didn't blog about it right away - I can't remember if I found it at Wegman's in Lakewood or Buffalo Whole Foods!
The most important thing I want to mention here is the texture! This has the best texture I have tasted to date when it comes to vegan yogurt alternatives! It's not gritty or mealy or grainy. It's completely smooth. I do think it was a bit on the thin side but I would gladly have that over the goofy texture if you know what I mean!
I know I have been blabbing about the virtual flags I have been collecting on my flag counter widget but over the last week I went 'dumpster diving' thru my old boxes of memories and found my Foreign Coins from over 20+ years ago! They are from when I had over 120+ pen pals from around the world. A few of them swapped low value coins with me.
I decided to finally catalog what I had which ended up being about 90 coins from 26 countries! I used a site called Numista and it's a wealth of info - that is for sure!
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I wish we had too here cashew yogurt, it sounds good. I did though buy some vegan yogurt cultures, so I think I could make it myself. You have a nice hobby:)ReplyDelete
If you do make some vegan yogurt swing by and let me know! I would love to see how it turns out!Delete
I honestly just can't find one i like! the coconut yogurts were defo my least favorite lolReplyDelete
I think it's a texture thing for me! I completely understand you having a hard time finding a good one!Delete
Yes, haven't seen you around for quite a bit. Hope you had a delightful Christmas. New Year's right round the corner.ReplyDelete
My girl loves the strawberry yogurt that we can get at a supermart here - I think it's from Korea. She said it was like ice cream when eaten straight from the fridge. She would love the blueberry, I'm sure - they do not have that, the ones here.
Hi! Thanks! Christmas was alright - hope yours was good, too! That's so interesting about the products available in different countries! I'm looking forward to seeing more that you have near you!Delete
I have heard so many good things about that yoghurt! I wish we could get it here. Australian is lagging behind in the vegan yoghurt department.ReplyDelete
I have heard of people making their own but I haven't tried and don't know where to start.Delete
Glad to hear you enjoyed the cashewgurt; I keep forgetting to look for it, haha! And cool about all the coins!ReplyDelete
So Delicious (my favorite) and Daiya are the main vegan yogurts I've seen, also Kite Hill but I haven't tried it yet.Delete
I haven't even been able to find the Daiya ones here!Delete
Yum, I need to look for this brand - sounds great!ReplyDelete
I would buy it again if I found it on sale!Delete
The cashewgurt is pretty good! Yogurt has been difficult for me since becoming vegan. It's the one thing that I can't find that I really love. Everyone freaks out over Kite Hill but I think it's too sweet. Waahhhh, haha!ReplyDelete
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Sorry my last comment didn't make any sense! I still haven't tried Kite Hill, either, maybe soon!Delete