Going Greek in the Kitchen

greekyogurtsubGreek yogurt has quickly taken over the health world in many American homes and restaurants. It first appeared as a tangy new breakfast food, but has now made both sweet and savory appearances throughout the day. Greek yogurt has 38% less sodium, 40% less sugar, and more than 2x the amount of protein than traditional yogurt. Why wouldn’t we want it in every meal? Below are healthier ways to substitute Greek yogurt into our everyday recipes.

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Reference: The Greek Yogurt Kitchen by Toby Amidor

Created by TTU Graduate, Dietetic Intern: Beth Castelli, for questions:
Hospitality Dietitian Mindy Diller, MS, RDN, LD mindy.diller@ttu.edu 


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