Oat Milk Yogurt Alternatives

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First off, I have to admit that I'm still on the fence about the benefits of Yogurt (and probiotics in general).

Next, I was looking for a better word than "fake" (or faux) when describing vegan products. And So Delicious is now using "Alternative" which is a good word but I see from their web page that they still use "dairy-free" a lot. Also, I'm thinking that "alternative" might confuse people as well.

"Can I interest you in an alternative burger?"

Oh, wait, that's right, In Mississippi, we can't use the word burger either. :)

Anyway, if you still like store-bought yogurt, this product is new and probably worth a try. It seems to check all the boxes: low sugar; low fat; low sodium; active cultures; plus fiber and protein.

TIL: that "So Delicious" is two words. I thought it was one.

 
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Perhaps adopt a different spelling for yogurt/yoghurt?

Oh and why not sell burghers?

I take it that the linguistic censorship is only in English (maybe Spanish as well?)
 
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That is the approach that one company is taking. I think there are others but Modest Mylk appeals to me. Its a base in a jar. You just add water.

Quaker oats seem to be just avoiding the issue entirely by calling their plant milk an Oat Beverage.