Cream is just milk-fat. When they make milk, they spin out all the fat to make non-fat milk. Then to make 1%, 2%, or whole milk, they add back some of the original fat which is now consolidated in a creamy mixture. I actually really enjoy Fage 2% Greek yogurt because it’s richer, tastier, and less tart then the 0%. However it’s about 50 calories more per serving that the 0% so I usually am turned away from (I don’t like it thatttt much more) purchasing it. I buy it when it’s the only type of sale though! It’s a great substitute for regular ice cream or frozen yogurt though! Try it and see if you prefer the taste or can do without it.
Greek yogurt is so popular these days! However, it’s expensive and if you don’t like the tart taste or dense consistency, there are plenty of other ways to get your protein and calcium! Don’t feel like you HAVE to eat it just because other people do.
But, if you want to give it another try, this is how I fancy-up my plain 0% fage!