In an order to control my wild appetite and in a bid to maintain some semblance to healthy, I've started to consume an interesting array of foods.
One of the trends which I've really enjoyed is the option to move away from traditional dairy products to other alternatives.
Gone are the days when an order or soy chai latte would send the barista into a bout of confused indignation. Soy milk has become almost as commonplace as raw sugar.
This is so especially as its cooler cousins
coconut milk and almond milk have bust onto the scene. I'm a big fan of both varieties and would happily gulp down a glass of almond mylk, whereas a small sip of dairy milk can still send me running for the nearest vomit bowl.
Thus, it was with utter delight to discover Babushka's Almond & Coconut Milk Youghurt at Spring Street Grocer's.
I found this to be quite delicious, as it was expectedly light and surprisingly flavorful. I tried a few dollops with my fruit salad, and mixed the rest in with some Birscher muesli. It does exactly what traditional youghurt would do, although lacks most youghurt's characteristic sourness, which I preferred.