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Sep 23, 2013 03:20 PM

The LONG awaited, Vegetable Yogurt from Blue Hill

Source: they're going savory with four vegetable flavors: beet, squash, tomato, and carrot

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  1. Gosh, vegetable dips are never going to be the same anymore.

    1. Hey! I called it months ago!!

      1. I am surprised that savory yogurt didn't turn up years ago.

        1. I looked that the glass jars and thought "that's gonna be some *expensive* yogurt" but they look like the really *excellent* Weck canning jars that cost about $3 without the yogurt.

          If anyone's buying that stuff, those are awesome jars and you can order a convenient plastic top for them from Weck. But keep the glass lids and clips for sometime when you might want to give canning a try!

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          1. re: rainey

            Look on the bluehillyyogurt site, they show plastic cups. At least they look like plastic to me.

            1. re: Augieang

              How ODD! The first time I clicked the link in the original post it took me to a pic of yogurt in glass jars with clipped glass lids and printed paper labels. When you said check the company site, I used the OP link a second time and got the company website with what are clearly conventional packaging cups.

              Makes more sense that they'd use more economical conventional packaging. But I don't understand how I got to the first set of pix.

              1. re: rainey

                First set was a photo from Serious Eats; second was from the brand's own website.

                1. re: HillJ

                  Whew! I may be losing my mind but at least I don't have to do it so publicly now... ; >

                  1. re: rainey

                    You're NOT alone, rainey :) Those glass jars would be a keeper though!

                    1. re: HillJ

                      I went to Serious Eats. Looks like special promotional stuff that went to the media. Lucky them! They don't look like 6oz. jars either on closer inspection.

                      I make my own yogurt but I'm a big fan of tatziki and raita and I should experiment with adding some puréed roasted veggies.

          2. I think Mom's making their own baby foods may find this brand an interesting alternative to jarred veg.

            I'm thinking frozen they might even make for interesting savory pops. Just pop the lid, insert stick and enjoy!

            Serious Eats lists some interesting ways to enjoy these out of the container.