Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Oikos Organic Greek Yogurt - CLOSED


Stonyfield Farm makes Oikos Organic Greek yogurt which can be used in a variety of ways while cooking – in baking, as a substitute for sour cream, and mayonnaise, and to create tasty low-fat dishes. Greek yogurt is strained, making it thicker and more versatile in recipes than regular yogurt. Oikos is organic, which - as you probably know- means it's made without artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners, and it's made from organic milk produced without the use of toxic persistent pesticides, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics, or artificial growth hormones (rBST). We feel that organic is not only better for you, but better for the planet as well.

Make sure and check out the Oikos website for more information!

WHO can enter? US residents only

WHAT
is the giveaway? a reusable shopping bag, 4- 5.3 oz Oikos coupons, 2- 16 oz Oikos coupons, and $4 worth of other Stonyfield coupons

WHEN
can I enter? This giveaway is open from today until Thursday, June 4th at 5pm MDT. The winner will be announced on Friday, June 5th.

HOW
do I enter? You have 2 chances to win:

1 - comment below and let us know if you've ever used Greek yogurt, and if so, your favorite way to use it.

2 - tell someone about this giveaway. You can blog about it on your blog, tweet about it, or post about it on facebook. Make sure you include a link back to this post. After you have done this, come back and leave another comment letting us know what you did. Remember - the more people that come, the better the giveaways will be!

Make sure that if you are doing multiple entries, that you leave multiple comments. If you leave all the entries as one comment, it will only count as 1 entry!!

This giveaway is sponsored by Stoneyfield Farm
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38 comments:

  1. I love it for breakfast mixed with granola!

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  2. This yogurt is the BEST! Currently, I like eating it in the mornings with fruit and a sprinkling of fiber cereal or granola.

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  3. Greek yogurt has become my new favorite!! It's lovely mixed into a dressing in place of some mayo or sour cream or in a fruit dip mixed w/ confectioners sugar or honey or my favorite way...just plain from the carton!!

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  4. I did not know that you could use greek yogurt in place of sour cream in recipes. I make a mean sour cream cookie and would like to try this in place of the sour cream and see if this would improve it in anyway.

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  5. Never used Greek yogurt... but intrigued by the possibilities!

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  6. I just bought some of this yogurt yesterday at Trader Joe's. Was planning to have some at lunch!

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  7. I swear I JUST finished eating some Oikos 0% fat plain yogurt mixed with strawberries & blackberries! Yum.

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  8. This yogurt is waaaaaaaay better than whipped cream on top of strawberries :-)

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  9. I love Greek yogurt with fruit and cereal for breakfast and I often use it instead of sour cream in dips and sauces. I just twittered this giveaway.

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  10. I Twittered about this contest
    http://twitter.com/WendyWanders

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  11. I just bought this last night, and am having it for breakfast with fresh strawberries and blueberries with a bit of granola. YUM!

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  12. I like it mixed with fresh fruit and granola!

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  13. I love Greek yogurt! My favorite is to mix it with some garlic and cucumbers and make homemade tsatziki with it. Delish!

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  14. Oikos recently came out with flavored greek yogurt with real fruit on the bottom. I bought the blueberry flavor. Yum!

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  15. I use Oikos on my sugar free diet.. There aren't that many plain yogurts out there, especially organic. Oikos is a great yogurt plain, too. It has no fat, low carbs (7) and 16 grams of protein!! Also, It's rich and thick.

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  16. I just included this in my tweet @becca0110

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  17. I keep reading about straining my yogurt to make it Greek-style, but I've never tried the real thing. Would love a chance to try it!

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  18. Oooh. I've been wanting to try this. My sister raves about it.

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  19. I've never used Greek yogurt so this would be something new to try! I do love Stoneyfield Farm's products though!

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  20. I love the extra tang that Greek yogurt gives marinades! I make a garlic chicken that sits overnight in a marinade of plain Greek yogurt, cumin, garlic, cinnamon, lemon juice and nutmeg. Yum!

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  21. I have never used Greek yogurt, though I have just come across a recipe using it with rhubarb!

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  22. I haven't used it yet but I do have some recipes I want to try that call for it.

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  23. I've never used greek yogurt to cook, but love to eat it!

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  24. I have never had greek yogurt. I should probably make the trip downtown and get some, they don't sell it at our commissary. I do love Stoneyfield's regular yogurt.

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  25. I've never used it but keep hearing about it and would LOVE to try it out!

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  26. I love greek yogurt right out of the container and it makes a great cucumber sauce.
    mellisa.willis@sbcglobal.net

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  27. I've used Greek yogurt to make cucumber sauce and for salad dressings in place of mayo.

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  28. I have never used Greek yogurt, but I've been wanting to try it! It's in so many recipes I see, but I've just never done it.

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  29. Never even heard of Greek yougart before but I would love to try some!
    Ladytink_534(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  30. Already a subscriber
    Ladytink_534(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  31. I've never used Greek yogurt, but have heard lots of about it.

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  32. I have not tried Greek yogurt before, but I want to soon! stacielk(at)gmail(dot)com

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  33. I have never used Greek yogurt before, but I would love to try!

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  34. Greek yogurt makes an excellent sub for sour cream. I like to use it for baking and just to eat, with fruit.

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  35. Since I'm not a fan of eggs and don't like fried meats at breakfast, I like to eat thick, creamy Greek yogurt alongside my breakfast cereal as an excellent low-fat protein source!

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  36. I love eating it with fresh fruit, but I also use it to make a delicious curry chicken salad!

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  37. I have never made anything with Greek yogurt, but one of my favorite salad dressings is made with Greek yogurt!

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