Japanese exam over! Think I failed the reading section (going over some of the questions in my head and realised I answered lots wrong).... :( so saaaad, but I only did it for fun to see how much I can achieve. ^_^ Think positive Geek! Think positive! Awaiting for October to come for the results!!!
Started following The Coconut Collaborative on Twitter, and thought this is an interesting concept using coconut milk as yogurt.
Then when I went to a Sainsbury's to buy it, it was practically the least touched yogurt in the fridge.
1. It's expensive
2. They were in tiny pots
Although being so small and expensive, I bought them anyway.
They come in a tiny pot with a cardboard packaging. They are naturally dairy free, and so they're good for those seeking a dairy free diet... probably ok for vegans too.
I think they could have done more with the pot and left out the cardboard... may have saved them a few pennies.
Tried the Natural flavour first. It's creamy. You can tell they tried to add some natural sour flavours in. Could taste a lot of coconut milk in it... My least favourite of the three.
Next up the Blueberry flavour. This was a nicer flavour with some sweet blueberries at the bottom. This went well with the yogurt. My favourite of the three.
And finally the mango flavour. This wasn't too sweet. I didn't think it combined well with the yogurt. I could hardly taste the mango!
All finished! Blueberry wins!
If you're rich, then go buy them. They're £1.55 each!!! If you're not into expensive yogurt, then go and buy big pots of natural yogurt - the dairy kind.