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Oh god, is this a cruel joke you are playing on me? I'll add this to the "Why I need to visit San Francisco sooner rather than later" list.

izzy's mama

That does look amazing...! Is that a chain? When are they coming to NY??


That is one lucky kid. I'm taking my fiance there this weekend for a study break. Um, right after I get a milkshake at the Creamery on Saturday. So many dairy products, so little time.

Lauren Harrington

What makes Greek style yogert different from other yogerts? I love Greek food and would love to try the yogert!


Looks good! But how many kilos can I eat? ;) -> http://www.itssucky.com/food_for_half_price/

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Looks inviting. Greek-style yogurt, I find interesting, can't wait to try one.

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Oh damn. YUM!

paper cups

healthy (sort of) and delicious- what's not to love!!

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What does eating Activia Yogurt regulate our digestive system?
What is the difference between regular yogurt and Activia Yogurt? Also, how does yogurt regulate our digestive system? Yogurt is just milk, how does it help our body more than milk?

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  • All-Clad cookware
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    Please get rid of all your teflon-coated non-stick plans and get a cast iron skillet. I use mine for searing meat, poultry, and fish and then finishing off in the oven. In fact, get two cast iron skillets—one large enough to hold two ribeyes and a smaller, fried-egg-sized one for making...well...eggs.
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