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Savory Yogurt Bowl + London

We love yogurt in our family*. The unsweetened, thick, creamy and tangy kind.
We enjoy yogurt for breakfast (with fruit) and sometimes dessert (with dates + chocolate + nuts). We top our soups with yogurt, we add it to smoothies and ice pops and we also dress our salads with it (Isac likes to dress himself with it as well). Yogurt works remarkably well both with sweet and savory flavors. And yet, the thought of making a yogurt bowl with savory toppings instead of sweet, had never struck us before.
But as we were playing around with this crunchy cucumber and melon Read More

Source:: Green Kitchen Stories

Savory Yogurt Bowl + London

We love yogurt in our family*. The unsweetened, thick, creamy and tangy kind.
We enjoy yogurt for breakfast (with fruit) and sometimes dessert (with dates + chocolate + nuts). We top our soups with yogurt, we add it to smoothies and ice pops and we also dress our salads with it (Isac likes to dress himself with it as well). Yogurt works remarkably well both with sweet and savory flavors. And yet, the thought of making a yogurt bowl with savory toppings instead of sweet, had never struck us before.
But as we were playing around with this crunchy cucumber and melon Read More

Source:: Green Kitchen Stories

Savory Yogurt Bowl + London

We love yogurt in our family*. The unsweetened, thick, creamy and tangy kind.
We enjoy yogurt for breakfast (with fruit) and sometimes dessert (with dates + chocolate + nuts). We top our soups with yogurt, we add it to smoothies and ice pops and we also dress our salads with it (Isac likes to dress himself with it as well). Yogurt works remarkably well both with sweet and savory flavors. And yet, the thought of making a yogurt bowl with savory toppings instead of sweet, had never struck us before.
But as we were playing around with this crunchy cucumber and melon Read More

Source:: Green Kitchen Stories

Savory Yogurt Bowl + London

We love yogurt in our family*. The unsweetened, thick, creamy and tangy kind.
We enjoy yogurt for breakfast (with fruit) and sometimes dessert (with dates + chocolate + nuts). We top our soups with yogurt, we add it to smoothies and ice pops and we also dress our salads with it (Isac likes to dress himself with it as well). Yogurt works remarkably well both with sweet and savory flavors. And yet, the thought of making a yogurt bowl with savory toppings instead of sweet, had never struck us before.
But as we were playing around with this crunchy cucumber and melon Read More

Source:: Green Kitchen Stories

Savory Yogurt Bowl + London

We love yogurt in our family*. The unsweetened, thick, creamy and tangy kind.
We enjoy yogurt for breakfast (with fruit) and sometimes dessert (with dates + chocolate + nuts). We top our soups with yogurt, we add it to smoothies and ice pops and we also dress our salads with it (Isac likes to dress himself with it as well). Yogurt works remarkably well both with sweet and savory flavors. And yet, the thought of making a yogurt bowl with savory toppings instead of sweet, had never struck us before.
But as we were playing around with this crunchy cucumber and melon Read More

Source:: Green Kitchen Stories