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That Paper On Top of Your Yogurt? It's there For a Reason.

By • June 19, 2012 • 2 Comments

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You know it's happened to you before. You get home starving and open the fridge, where you spy a container of Greek yogurt. Faster than you can say "spoiling your dinner," you grab a spoon, rip open the foil, and dig in...only to remember that you forgot about that mysterious piece of paper that lines the top of the yogurt tub. As you peel it away, you think to yourself for the millionth time, "What is that paper FOR, anyway?"

(Okay, maybe by "you" here, I mean "me.")

Fortunately, Food Republic is here with the answer, and it's not as mysterious as you might think. In fact, it's downright practical. Maybe next time I won't mistakenly try to eat it.

What Is The Paper Thing In My Greek Yogurt? from Food Republic

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almost 2 years ago NM Expats

I buy a big carton of Fage yogurt (BTW, there's no such thing as "Greek Yogurt") several times a week and have never found a paper on top.

What does that mean?

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almost 2 years ago nzle

The mystery deepens!