Welcome to our new food series called Eat It Up, where we鈥檙e sharing the products 鈥 edible, kitchen tools, cookbooks, and more 鈥 that we can鈥檛 stop talking about.

Our ride-or-die Greek yogurt isn鈥檛 actually Greek yogurt; it鈥檚 Siggi鈥檚 4% Plain Skyr ($6), a strained Icelandic-style skyr that鈥檚 thick, creamy, and high in protein. Made with whole milk, a small amount of cream, and probiotic cultures, this full-fat skyr is very similar in style to聽Greek yogurt but has a certain special something-something to it. We can鈥檛 get enough of its just-right tanginess or its nutritional profile, which,聽thanks to a minimal amount of sugar and higher percentage of fat than many yogurts, keeps us full for hours.

We use it exactly how we use Greek yogurt: in smoothies (pair聽it with blueberries and bananas), topped with granola, as the base of creamy dips, and in any other number of sweet and savory applications. And for those of you who prefer flavored yogurt, do note that Siggi鈥檚 also offers up some excellent low(ish)-sugar versions; our favorites are the 0% Orange and Ginger, 4% Vanilla, and 9% Raspberry; or, make your own flavor by mixing in a bit of maple syrup or lemon juice into the plain.

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