The yogurt aisle in the grocery store is a cornucopia of gastronomical pleasures. There’s so much more than plain cows’ milk yogurt now for sale. You can buy Greek yogurt, labneh (thickened strained yogurt traditionally used in Middle Eastern cooking), Icelandic skyr (the fastest growing segment of the yogurt market in recent months), and kefir. There are plenty of delicious non-dairy alternatives, like coconut, almond, and rice milk yogurts.
Brands are replacing low-fat yogurts with full-fat varieties, as public opinion shifts to match the research showing that fat is not the villain we once thought it to be, and there is such thing as good fat!