Nov 21, 2010

Yogurt Saint Benôit, SF Ferry Building & Northern California

ArtofSavouring loves the simple things mastered and made with excellence. A cup of a great yogurt is unforgettable. Saint Benôit produces small batches of Greek yogurt made with few flavors: boysenberry, plum, honey, plain, strawberry and lemon! If you prefer a sweeter flavor, this might not be the perfect one for you. However, the texture, aroma and consistency are so incredible, that you should at least give it a try.

Unfortunately, they are just offered in Northern California, since the production is still small and local. The organic high quality milk results in a gorgeous yogurt. If you come to visit the area, this is a must-try item!

They can also be found in the farmers' market in the Bay Area and in few grocery stores (like Whole Foods). You will have to leave $1.50 deposit for each container (and you will get it back when returning that either at the store or market). The container is also a cute option to be used a pencil holder, for example!

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Giselle said...

I had to change the comments system here and with that Py's comment with it. Here is what she wrote:

"amazing yogurt indeed! i wish i could get a hold of it more often ;)
and my container ended with lavender in the bathroom!"

I apologize for that!

Giselle said...

Py, the arrangement you have with the lavender is very nice!! You are great inspiration.