I have tried it here. The Dannon yogurt that has 8 grams of fat per cup strained out faster than the non-fat WalMart Great Value brand. I think I noted a little more creaminess in the Dannon, the Great Value was a little grainy is the only way I can describe it.
Well, I try not to buy my foodstuffs from WM.......I am not particularly impressed with their fresh produce. Since that is what I purchase a lot of.........I shop my local Roundy's subsidiary for 99% of my food.
Just saw this. Yummy stuff! Once you go Greek (the good kinds, not the crap), you never want to go back to anything else. I LOVE Greek Gods! What's the other one, senior memory...Phage (sp?) or something like that? All those probiotics, all that flavor! I hate to say this out loud, but I started buying Greek Gods at WallyWorld, which is great, because the monopoly grocery chain (yes, only one big regular grocery chain in a large city) in town offers only very limited variety of GG and even the health food grocery in town (even if I can go that far into town) keep running out of my fav! I won't touch any yogurt other than those two kinds. I'm having trouble finding a source of the only cereal I like in town...since the health food grocery in town changed hands and dropped my cereal. I'm even considering mail order on cereal...which really blows my mind...never thought I'd consider such a thing. As I get older, seems I get pickier. I already do mail order on my fiber bars (Gnu brand) just because it's not only convenient, but actually cheaper!
Rural living can be challenging to the serious/curious/adventurous cook. Here's a place for the 'rurally challenged' to exchange info about our food wants and wishes, where we go to find what we want, and what we can substitute for that we can't find