Food, Inc. and Stonyfield Giveaway

Food, Inc. is coming out on DVD soon! As a way to celebrate, Stonyfield, who appears in the movie, has offered to give one winner a copy of the Food, Inc. book and and 5 free coupons for 5.3 oz cups of Oikos yogurt. Wahoo! šŸ˜€

As you know, I was a huge fan of Food, Inc. (my review), so I think everyone should see the movie (or read the book) to learn about how they can make a difference– even just by what you purchase at the grocery store. Every item you buy is a ballot cast for organic or not, healthy or not, etc. Consumers really do have power!

To enter: Leave a comment about your favorite yogurt recipe. The Random Integer Generator will pick a winner tomorrow morning at breakfast.

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  1. i eat my oikos straight from the container, and i lovvvve to mix in vita tops or granola or cereal! really anything goes good with yogurt! šŸ™‚

  2. I like to use plain yogurt as a savory substitute…mostly to replace mayo and also as a topper instead of sour cream. For a fast meal – Amy’s burrito topped with plain yogurt, salsa and spices like cumin.

  3. I love mixing plain greek yogurt with trader joes blueberry preserves and a whole bunch of frozen blueberries. It’s like your own chunky frozen yogurt!!! Delicious šŸ™‚

  4. I’ve been dying to see this, but it didn’t come out in cinemas very close to us in the U.S. Too bad! My favorite way to eat yogurt is with some fresh fruit and granola. So yummy and very filling!

  5. I like yogurt in my oatmeal for a little morning protein kick! Or yogurt with a crumbled cookie in it as desert!

  6. Well I hope this counts because I would LOVE to win that DVD! I don’t have a recipe per se, but I will say that I use plain yogurt in place of sour cream for everything – in chili, on baked potatoes, and all kinds of baking. I find it tastes pretty similar and it’s got that great bacteria in there that sour cream doesn’t have so it’s like sour cream with benefits šŸ™‚

  7. I love placing my yogurt on top of warmed, pre-made, fat free crumpets for a delicious “dessert like” treat. Ok, i’ll confess.. I eat it for breakfast sometimes too! Fat free, low cal, delish & kills the sweet tooth!

  8. lovvvve using greek yogurt in everything. parfait with banana, strawberries, and blueberries, or on top of a taco salad!

  9. My favorite yogurt recipe is greek yogurt, stevia, and cocoa powder all mixed together. Then, I pop it in the freezer until it’s partially frozen. It totally tastes like soft serve, or a Wendy’s frosty! Love it šŸ™‚

  10. I love yogurt in all forms: with heart to heart Kashi cereal on top is perhaps my favorite way to eat it for breakfast though!

  11. I have to admit I’m vegan but I have been dying to see this movie!! My mom loves to eat the yogurt with honey during her break at work. I would give the coupons to her. šŸ™‚

  12. hi there – my fave way to eat yogurt is topped with frozen mango, berries, and a bit of granola clusters cereal from trader joe’s šŸ™‚ thanks tina!

  13. My favourite yogurt recipe would have to be a yogurt smoothie I make quite often: 1 c. spinach, 1/2 c. yogurt, 1/2 c. mixed berries, 1 small banana, 1/2 c. almond milk, and fill the blender with OJ — best smoothie ever!

  14. Wish I had seen the movie when it was in Boston, so I’d love to read the book. I love greek yogurt mixed with the deep chocolate vitatop, some flax, and fresh fruit.

  15. Speaking of yogurts,found this blog.looking forward to seeing how you can help NuVal perhaps adopt new ideas….hope helpful?Ignore if not though šŸ™‚
    NuVal: A Questionable Nutrition Rating System
    by Megan O. Steintrager
    on 06/16/09 at 10:52 AM
    I eat a lot of yogurt (so much that I’ve even begun making yogurt), so I was intrigued by a news release about the NuVal Nutritional Scoring System, which ranks foods from 1 to 100 according to their nutritional value (with 100 being the best). The new yogurt nutritional scores “vary depending on the amount and type of fat the products contain, sodium, sugar, calcium, and levels of vitamins A and D,” according to the NuVal site.

    Many of the yogurts with the lowest scores are loaded with sugar and also have some saturated fat. Sounds valid to give them low scores, right? But when I looked at the complete list I was dismayed to find Breyers Light Yogurt, Boost Immunity Light Black Cherry Jubilee at the top of the rankings. Sure, this yogurt is low in sugar but that’s because it contains artificial sweeteners. This aspartame- and acesulfame potassium-sweetened yogurt, according to NuVal, deserves a score of 99, while Brown Cow Fat Free Plain Yogurt, with no added sugars of any kind, only garners 81 points.

    While 81 isn’t a low score, I question a system that ranks several artificially-sweetened and artificially-flavored products above one that’s made with just nonfat milk, pectin, and yogurt cultures. Is it just me, or do the NuVal ratings make you say “huh?”

  16. I love the stonyfield fench vanilla yogurt topped with barenaked fruit and nut granola and fresh strawberries….yummo!!

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