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Yogu Treat


There's this tiny little white warehouse-ish food stand at Banilad, Cebu where it sells yogurt called, YOGU. Now don't flinch just by the sound of yogurt coz it's apparently a low-fat, low-calorie and loads of live good bacteria. Still flinching?


Regular 70php, if with toppings 15php. Mine's Oreos. 

Lara's had chocolate chip cookies.

When I eat new found food, I intend to close my eyes and just focus on its taste, texture and sense if my taste buds are getting giddy. Apparently, they like Yogu. It's 3/4 bitter and 1/4 sweet (Oreos were responsible for that part). For the regular one that I ordered, I wanted more. Other than I think it's too overpriced, it's very worth it. 

It melts on the mouth and also on the cup, so eat fast! 

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Didz-W said...

Amazing! I never heard or tasted that kinda yougurt before. So i take it that it must be really good ;)

Fenly Anafary Rusli said...

hai ching thanks for visiting my blog :), lets be friends

Rah said...

yum sarap!

Fenly Anafary Rusli said...

oka ive followed you dear, thanks

Noelle V. Dotillos said...

Hi Ching! Try "The White Hat" at SM or "Coffee Cat" at IT Park. Their yogurt's amaaaaazing! Theirs are probably the best among the bunch. Quite pricey but you get what you pay for. Sharing a cup with a friend is a good idea! *wink. <3 Much love, Nowi.

chingching said...

@noelle: thanks muchos for the recommendation. now... where do i find The White Hat in SM?haha

Jordianne said...

Thanks for dropping by! :) I've seen an advertisement for Yogu and found out that it's actually pronounced as Yo-gur :D Wonder if they have it near my place.

Lianne said...

i love love love yogurt!! my favorite is green tea yogurt with mochi balls :) try that combination!

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chingching said...

@lianne: will do! thanks for the suggestion :)

clarence said...

Try Coffeecat and White Hat Yogurts. They're the best so far here in ubec. =]

chingching said...

@clarence: i defntely will! :D

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