Bargain price for the yoghurt at only $0.36 per 100g. Haven't seen it this cheap before.
Never seen the big tubs half price, $3.58 per kg… bought 6 as well as a dozen of these
Good deal but can't stand this yoghurt.
Bought the strawberry tub the other day and it was terrible. Much prefer Jalna.
Anyway… two cents, mine.
I also find Jalna to be king of yogurts!!
It is certainly an acquired taste, thats for sure. I've learnt to love it haha
What's wrong with it? Was going to buy 2 this week,I love the coles Greek yoghurt, is chobani so different?
I wouldn't take the comment too seriously. Greek yoghurt can be a bit of an acquired taste for some people, especially the low fat varieties like Chobani.
Thanks for the input, been wanting to try it for a while but too rich for my budget, so good time to try it.
Most yoghurts use skim milk, so there is a significant reduction in fat content and flavour.
Jalna Greek yoghurt is exceptionally delicous compared to other brands in the supermarket, because they use whole milk and cream, and is naturally quite thick.
It's more of a personal preference though.
For me, fat is flavour.
Texture is also an important consideration too.
Greek yoghurts other than Jalna, seem to have a sour note to it.
Not too keen on most fruit yoghurts, as they contain too much refined sugar and thickeners.
I like jalna but also find coles Greek yoghurt just as nice
Chobani has their whole milk version half price as well
Not sure which one you had but the blue is low fat, and as the saying goes, fat is flavour.
damn ! i paid $5 for it at woolies yesterday
Good price. Occasionally luck out at Costco when 3Kg is ~$9, but usually about $12 there. Big tubs not a problem for us at least but may be for some.
What's the expiry on these usually?
Trying to maximise quantity without having to finish month old yoghurt again
Stuff on the shelves now will have expiry in mid-September. Says on the container that you should consume within 5 days of opening, but I have been stretching each pot to 10 days by taking the yoghurt out in layers, making sure the spoon never touches the little bits left when I have taken it out previously. Been doing this for a couple of years now, never had a problem.
If you do get a little bit of the older "little bits" on your spoon, that bit tastes quite bitter if it's a few days since you took off that layer.
This variety of Chobani has no flavour, it's good for mixing with other things. I mix it with muesli for breakfast, makes it much nicer than muesli with milk.
This Chobani has exceptionally high protein content, 9.7g per 100g. This will make you feel fuller for longer, so you won't want to snack before lunch. Really helps with dieting.
grabbed the speciale passionfruit