April 8, 2009 in Food Porn, ingredient, review
Click over to this page “Fage” to find a recipe for my fantastic “Fage Yogurt Avocado Buttermilk salad dressing” made from this fantastic yogurt.
Learn about how you can win a free case of Fage greek yogurt at my Fage page!
FAGE (pronounced “fah-yeh”) is 100% natural Greek yogurt, free of additives, preservatives, and sweeteners.
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When avocados went on sale last week, I picked up a couple and made your Yogurt Avocado Buttermilk Dressing. It was fabulous. I threw in a little extra garlic which made it pretty spicy, thinking a lot of a good thing would be better. Anyway, thanks for sharing. It’s a keeper.
Can Fage stand up under closer evaluation?
For one thing, the word “natural” means nothing. The FDA has no definition for “natural” and therefore no perimeters defining what’s permissible and what’s not.
I understand that the farmers that Fage gets their dairy from “pledge” not to use any drugs on their cows, however, I’m not quite sure
what that means. Can anyone explain the validity of a “pledge?”
My other question…are the cows raised on factory farms and on a diet that is given to factory farmed cows or are they free range
and grass fed cows? BIG difference in the milk product.
So yes, Fage tastes good but how integral is this company? They’re making billions yet are too greedy to consider the ethical treatment of animals which directly reflects in their product.