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I don't think you can improve on (proper, full fat) Greek yoghurt with honey. Maybe add sprinkling of chopped hazelnuts and a bit of fruit but I prefer it simple. Those Liberte ones are full of sugar.

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I don't think you can improve on (proper, full fat) Greek yoghurt with honey. Maybe add sprinkling of chopped hazelnuts and a bit of fruit but I prefer it simple. Those Liberte ones are full of sugar.

 

this stuff is immense

 

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I don't think you can improve on (proper, full fat) Greek yoghurt with honey. Maybe add sprinkling of chopped hazelnuts and a bit of fruit but I prefer it simple. Those Liberte ones are full of sugar.

Now that we've ditched glooms butter and gone back to Olive spread , I might risk full fat Greek and give it a whirl.

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Made Spanish chicken again last night (by request), and again it was superb.

 

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It has my 10 year old eating tomatoes, courgettes and green peppers, stuff she would usually never eat.

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I don't think you can improve on (proper, full fat) Greek yoghurt with honey. Maybe add sprinkling of chopped hazelnuts and a bit of fruit but I prefer it simple. Those Liberte ones are full of sugar.

 

Restaurant in Islington, The Olive Tree is run by a massive greek woman who makes her own greek yoghurt. Pairs it with homemade lemon curd for a pudding, which is insanely good.

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Just made a bulgur wheat and quinoa salad with fried tomatoes, mixed peppers and cucumber and served it with pan fried chicken breast. Total fucking hipster.

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Just to redress the balance a bit: fillet steak (medium), boiled new potatoes and broccoli (buttered with salt and pepper - the veg that is).

 

Followed by an hour of yoga.

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Just to redress the balance a bit: fillet steak (medium), boiled new potatoes and broccoli (buttered with salt and pepper - the veg that is).

Followed by an hour of yoga.

Aye, because that sounds much more manly :lol:

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