Thank you, Silk, for making soy yogurt so wonderfully tasty.
There I was, contemplating row upon row of beaming yogurt, filled to the brim with friendly bacteria—and chock full of not-so-friendly milk. Not to those of us in the lactose intolerance realm, that is.
Silk’s spiel is this:
I had Silk’s raspberry flavor, and another raspberry and strawberry are in the refrigerator right now. Check out the nutritional information. While you’re doing that, experience the cool, tangy, fruit-laden awesomeness, spoonful by spoonful.
I get my probiotic acidophilus from Puritan’s Pride, and it’s done extremely well for me for many years, but I’ve been missing yogurt lately, as is evidenced by my review of the So Delicious brand of (delicious!) cultured coconut-milk. The added bonus there is if you really don’t like soy or can’t have it for some reason, but are still just as lactose intolerant, they’ve got you covered.
For now, I’m sayin’ it: If you have to go soy for yogurt, go Silk.