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15 September 2011

Yoh-Gee: Frozen Yogurt

Yoh-Gee | Frozen Yogurt
September 15, 2011
A review by Tiffy

When I got back from Japan over a year ago, a lot of things were different. For one thing, my sister informed me about frozen yogurt being the "in" thing. It's healthier--less calories and all. (Note: but of course, the portion matters and so do the toppings you put there.)

And group-buying sites like Ensogo, Deal Dozen, etc etc, have sprung up too.

I usually browse through these websites for cheap food good offers. And this morning, I saw one from Deal Dozen for Yoh-Gee.

I have actually tried Yoh-Gee before (a month or so ago) and was surprised at how cheap it costs over at Deal Dozen.

One of my mom's patients gave her a couple of cups and I always just assumed that it's a homemade brand that doesn't really have a store open. My mom knew what a pig I am how much I like eating and brought them home to share with me. 

She had one bite of the mango yogurt and gave me the rest because she felt that it was too sweet and not at all sour like the type of yogurt she liked. I agree. It tasted more like frozen ice cream than frozen yogurt, which was weird because my friend Jason blogged about them and raved about the sourness of their frozen yogurt. Even Our Awesome Planet deemed it to be "one of the best premium frozen yogurts we ever tasted".

When my mom took it home, it was half-melted so we put it in the fridge. When we ate them, they were so hard that I ate the red mongo one the way I would eat a popsicle. 

I am very impressed by the range of like the fact that they have very interesting flavors (Bagoong flavored yogurt?) and I would still give it a try if I chanced upon a store. 

What about you--have you tried it? How was it? What flavor would you recommend?

Contact: Vincent Lim Fideles
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