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Thread: Passionfruit Greek Yogurt

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    Passionfruit Greek Yogurt

    I LOVE PASSIONFRUIT!! I love eating it right out of the shell. Even though I live in California, I can't grow it where I live since it is too cold in the winter for it to survive. The only time I get my fill of it is when I visit my relatives in Australia. I don't know why it is so very expensive to buy here and it has to be shipped to me if I want to pay $40.00 plus shipping for 8 pieces of fruit (they are the size of an egg). Yesterday I found Chobani Greek yogurt passionfruilt at the supermarket. It has real passionfruit pulp at the bottom of the container. I don't like Greek yogurt, but couldn't resist buying a container of it. I mixed it all up in the yogurt and hoped for the best. I have died and gone to heaven.
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    ​I love yogurt so I will see if I can find it.

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    I like passion fruit too. I can buy it at several food stores here. My favorite bought yogurt is Noosa. Try the lemon first. You will be buying more.
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    I've never eaten passion fruit but I'll look for this. My favorite yogurt is Greek Gods salted caramel, have to drive across town to the one store that carries it locally. Their strawberry flavor is very good too.

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    Noosa makes passion fruit yogurt..not at all sour..also strawberry rhubarb,lemon,sour cherry. I got the local Rosauers store to stock it.
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    Yoplai has a passion fruit yogurt that's not Greek. I don't like Greek yogurt ether

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    I love passionfruit too. The first time I tasted it was in the Dominican Republic. It was a jam on the breakfast table at a resort. I found some jars of it at a little grocery store and brought some home with me. I also love guava jam...YUM
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    Never had the fruit but do love passionfruit tea. It makes a great iced tea when mixed with regular tea.

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    So happy for you! I didn't like it because of the seeds. But I love all the other Chobanis and I like passionfriut the fruit.
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    One of my dear friends tried it and agrees that it is delicious. I have not since I p refer whole milk yogurt. Liberate is my favorite and they a l so have a passion fruit/peach flavor.

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