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10 Chobani for $10 @ Woolworths

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10 Chobani 170g yogurt for $10 at Woolworths :)
note: must exactly 10 to get the deal.

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    whats so good about Chobani ?

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      Makes you fat

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        Not true.. most of them are pretty low in fat :)

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          Im sure if you didnt see or have this post you wouldnt be eating this and thus wouldnt get fatter.

          Eat less = less weight ;)

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          low in fat almost always high in sugar or glucose to make the yogurt taste better
          I'd rather have pot set

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          @Turd: Nah I've been waiting for it for about 3 weeks now. I normally stock up my fridge with full of chobanis!

          I saw it in the catalog last night and I was HAPPY AS! I got 2 more left! NEED MORE!

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          @ChriSto83: hahaha

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          @nightfever: yay!!

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          Calories in vs calories out
          Aka if you eat more than you use you will get fat

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          High Fat, Low Carb diet for weight loss… fat alone does not make you fat! :)

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          @DJ-Studd: If you don't move you'll still get fat.

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          @malouphix: only if you eat more than sedentary calories.

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          @nightfever I would like you to know that becoming fat doesn't require fats (macro). Honestly you get fat from carbohydrates if anything.

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          @DAOtmc:

          I probably should have said it clearer. I count macros, and my fat intake per day is pretty low. Hence I care about the fats… I feel extremely guilty when my fats goes over my daily limit (which happens VERY often).

          P/C/F = 108/190/45

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          @Turd:

          Incorect.

          Eat more frequently. Eg: fruit, nuts, yogurt, vegies.

          You will drop weight faster this way.

          As opposed to eating less "bad" food. Eg: kfc, pizza, chips less frequently.

          The reason for this is, the more frequently you eat "healthy" food the better your metabolism functions resulting in a overall better feeling.

          But if you eat a kebab for breqkfast then deep-fried food for dinner the next day you may feel sluggish or slightly lethatgis. This is due to your brain not functioning with your body as it should.

          Tldr; Eat less crap and more fresh food.

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          @nightfever:

          Thats personal choice of ratio I suppose and what you're trying to achieve but yes that did help. It just sounded like you thought low fat meant not getting fat.

          I personally do:

          150/80/100

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          Low fat but high in sugar

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          @DAOtmc:

          Hahaha, sorry I have no idea why I said that before. Prob one of the sh1tz I say that I don't mean it when I am hungry…. :( or perhaps I love Chobani so much I don't want to hear ppl say bad things about it.

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      They have a very high level of protein when compared to other yoghurt, especially for the 0.5% fat variety. When your next in the supermarket, have a look and compare them against some of the other brands.
      EDIT: I only eat the plain variety, so I am not sure about their flavoured offerings.

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      high in protein (about 10% from memory)

      = maximum gainz

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        All other yogurts are gainz goblinz.

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      They took over KRAFT foods US factories which used to make the best yoguart in the world

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        Which country has the best yogurt in general? the US?

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          Yogurt is a Turkish word. I think that sums it up.

          P.s chobani's owner is Turkish too, or kurdish from Turkey or something like that.

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          @Sharp: well, they are still using kraft's recipe. I know because i eat exclusively kfaft yogurts in the mid 1990s.

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          @Wootwootwoot:

          Ulukaya decided to make an alternative to American-style yogurt, which he believed was too sugary, watery, and artificial. He preferred the thick, strained yogurt (often called Greek yogurt in the US), which he grew up with in Turkey.[25] His aim was to create a high-quality, tasty, natural, and affordable strained yogurt for the U.S. market. He brought over a yogurt master from Turkey, Mustafa Dogan, with whom he spent nearly two years developing and perfecting his own yogurt recipe.[24] Using different bacterial cultures at differing temperatures and fermentation durations, they tested hundreds of recipes to come up with a yogurt with the desired taste, texture, and natural shelf life.[26]

          https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamdi_Ulukaya

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      Agreed

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    doesn't have to be 10, unless they changed it you can 11 for $11 etc

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      I agree it should say 10 or more

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      Good point. Can also confirm from personal experience.

      Do you know if it works the same way at coles?

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        Just did a test on Woolies online store.If you buy 11,you pay $11.So it should be the same instore.

        Next time do this on Coles online before buying them instore.

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          Oh I was actually referring to Coles in store

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    What are OzBargain's fav flavours? I'm a fan of the Lemon so far, still have many more to try.

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      i still like original the best, followed by blueberry.

      is their dips on sale as well, man they taste good.

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        Coconut and Passionfruit and of course original

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      I love the original…less sugar too!

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        More protein also for them gainz

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      Lemon is the best!

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      Eneloop

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    SUUUUUGAR!!!

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      yep - the only one with minimal sugar is the original one….I then add my own toppings

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        What toppings? … Sugar?

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          LOL na. strawberries, blueberries

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          @EmilyP: Which have sugar in them!

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          @sween64:

          It will be less than the sweetened syrup they are using.

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          @sween64: yes but not processed sugar….

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          @sween64: They have fructose.. isn't it better than sucrose? I am reasonably sure it is.

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        The original always sells out first,bummer

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          Raincheck it my fellow bargain hunter

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      Yes sugar is up there with softdrink

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    Passion fruit.

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    Do like these, but some of them are sickeningly sweet

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    I tried them all when they first came out. Were delicious. But the last few batches have been horribly sweet. I don't know if they changed the recipe or what. Haven't bought them for a few months now. Tried Mundella (in WA, not sure if that's available nationally) and was back to delicious.
    Terry loves yogurt.

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      Tried Mundella (in WA, not sure if that's available nationally) and was back to delicious.

      +1 :)

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        You have good taste my friend.

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    Chobani is king of yogurts

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      wouldn't go that far.. I'd say Jalna is way better

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      My personal preference would be Gippsland.

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        Tamar Valley

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    Their flavoured yogurts have ~4 teaspoons of sugar per (Small) container - Source

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      Teaspoons are small, it's fine.

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    Ha! Should we be concerned by the name of the pic used for this deal? (chobani_yogurt_recall.gif) Looks like they had some issues in the US a few years ago: https://today.duke.edu/2014/07/recalledyogurt Obviously no dramas but I had to chuckle when I saw the name of the GIF used ;)

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      Gold!

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        Actually I found a tub in the fridge recently with a very 'domed' lid.
        Open it with a bit of a pop and light spray of yogurt on my shirt.

        Was still in date, looked + smelled fine so I tasted it - odd sort of fizzy texture/flavour but otherwise fine.
        In the name of science, and to upset my wife I ate the whole tub anyway.

        Didn't get sick. :)

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          Mmmmm, fizzy Yoghurt!! Know what you mean though… most foods are still A-OK well past their 'Best Befores'. They might just look/taste a bit funny. "Everything is good for you if it doesn't kill you" :p

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      lol, read the article and hmmmm!

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    Best tasting yogurt in australia.

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    If you're happy with plain coles has the 904g tubs for $5. Works out slightly cheaper and less waste on packaging. Good deal if you're after flavoured varieties though

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    I usually buy the 5kg Turkish yoghurt tubs from ethnic markets, but Chobani's are nice to have around for convenience.

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      Bana bir avukat alabilirmisin?

      (no I did not bang my head on the keyboard)

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    dammit so cheap!

    i already restocked my fridge

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    Am i only one who prefers Danone yogurt?

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      I like Danone too. Its thick and yummy. Chobani is more expensive as well without the offer.

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        Totally! Plus all the fruity bits left behind

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      Danone Mango!

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      Too sugary. Mixed with plain its ok

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      Yes - Chobani tastes awful !!

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    The plain one is very low in sugar but any of the flavoured ones are quite high. I love love love the plain one!!!

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    These are loaded with sugar.

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    Picked up 18 for 18

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    Speaking of chobani, did anyone try the halloween edition released? I didn't see it in any coles/woolies here in Melbourne but was quite curious how it tasted like!

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      What is it, pumpkin yoghurt?

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      Wooloworths exclusive, also very lock stock especially considering how highly anticipated it was (in certain circles). Spiced pumpkin, it was delicious!

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    What's the normal price? OP, can you please mention the original price in post? It always makes more sense.

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    anyone know when this expires?

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    I used to think this was a good deal and would stack up on these regularly at this price. However, since discovering the home brand Natural Pot Set Yogurt - $4.20 per 1L at Coles (I'm sure it's similar at Woolies) I haven't been tempted to get Chobani once.

    It's a better, more natural yogurt, and with no added sugar to boot. It works out about a 3rd cheaper, although you don't get the little tubs, so may not be an option if you by it for BYO lunch.