Veggie friendly diet yogurt

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  1. eye6769

    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

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    Just checked and shape fuller yogurts are veggie , dear fatty you nearly gave me heart failure as I didnt know what else I would eat as I eat 2 or 3 of these per day,the blackberrie one is delish;););)
     
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    Some kind person on here has said Activia fat free are free - but not the strawberry one's so you could check those out. I use yeo valley organic as I mentioned before for marginal syns.
     
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    When I read the packet it said not veggie friendly - I will have to check which one's I looked at when I go to asda this week
     
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    I believe the fat free Onken Biopot yogurts are also veggie friendly. :)
     
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    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

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    thats great only trouble with Oinken is it comes in such big pots and i feel its my duty to eat it all in one go, after all it is good for you :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D






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    I've checked the packs of Activia in my fridge and they definitely say suitable for vegetarians. :)

    I've just discovered the Yeo Valley ones. Yum! Highly worth a syn or two.
     
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    If it's good for you it seems like a perfect excuse to me! :D
     
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    You just need to be careful about the strawberry flavoured Shape Feel Fuller and Danone Activia yoghurts. These are not veggie friendly as they have cochineal colouring in them.
     
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    Sainsbury's sell Irish diet yogurts which I believe are vegetarian, and are syn-free. Cochineal is from squashed beetles, yuk!
     
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