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Nancy's Lowfat plain yogurt: As a staple, plain yogurt can sometimes be undervalued, its flavor masked by the fruit, granola, and toppings otherwise that often accompany and customize it to particular tastes. Nancy's yogurt, though, is a rare, quality product that stands on its own, with a pronounced tart flavor and creamy consistency thicker than most non-Greek yogurts. The price is steeper than alternatives, at slightly over $4 for 32 ounces, but when it's on sale, it's well worth it. 4.0/5.0

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Nancy's plain soy yogurt: Oddly, the plain flavor of this product has more sugar than either the blueberry or strawberry flavors I tried, with 15g per cup. With the plain yogurt, the true flavor of the product really comes through, and it's not particularly pleasant. It tastes like a highly concentrated piece of tofu and, for some reason, had a savory aftertaste despite the sugar. I found myself adding honey to mask the strong flavor. 2.0/5.0

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Nancy's strawberry soy yogurt: Similar to the blueberry flavor I previously reviewed, this yogurt may not look very appetizing (the brownish color reminds of a liver pâé), but it tastes pretty good. Because it's non-dairy, it has a unique texture more like custard than traditional yogurt. The strawberry flavor is pleasant. 3.0/5.0

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Nancy's cultured soy blueberry yogurt: A non-dairy yogurt whose texture resembles a slightly grainy chawanmushi. While this may sound unappetizing (and its brown-purple hue doesn't help), it's actually pretty decent as far as soy yogurts go. The yogurt is slightly less sweet than many alternatives (13g in a serving), and the soy gives it a lighter flavor. I liked it more than I expected to. 3.0/5.0

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