Syn free yoghurts for vegetarians

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  1. DearFatty

    DearFatty Silver Member

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    Can anyone recommend a nice syn free yoghurt for a veggie ?
    Mullerlite aren't veggie free so I wonder what people used instead

    thanks
     
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    I do believe that Aldi do some... not had them myself as not sure which ones they are.. hopefully someone can enlighten us..

    you could do a search on the forum as i know it's been discussed before!

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    Yeah, Aldis' optifit ones are veggie and free on SW.
    If you're North of the border, Rowan Glen Fat Free ones ar veggie and free and quite like mullers. Some Shape ones are veggie, so is Total 0% and most v low fat natural ones.
    Hope that's of help.
     
  5. mod-karen79

    mod-karen79 rainbows holiday buddy :)

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    certain shape lasting satifaction yogurts are vegetarian, but only certain flavours, which is strange!

    the best ones i've tried are the aldi optifit bio yogurts with grains - the muslie and strawberry ones are the best ;)
     
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    bettylollypop soon to be skinny minnie

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    I never even thought about yoghurts being veggie, what is it in them that veggies can't have, it is the milk ? sorry to sound daft
     
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    mod-karen79 rainbows holiday buddy :)

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    gelatine - it's boiled bones and stuff!
     
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    Sounds so yummy.... not! lol

    Yes the Aldi Optifit with wholegrains are veggie friendly. They're more filling than the mullerlite ones too. I never buy anything else :D
     
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    Oh no i didn't realise there is gelatine in yoghurts, i can't eat jelly as i know what it is. Every time i eat a mullerlight i'm going to think of boiled bones and stuff - yuck.
     
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