Greek Yogurt in Japan
I’ve been sick for a weeks and a half with a bad cough. As you can imagine, I’m in cooking survival mode and haven’t made anything new/good enough to share. This is just a little note for those of you who don’t know how to find greek yogurt in Japan. It’s called kaspikai youguruto as in Caspian Sea yogurt. This one was 270 yen (used to be 290 yen). I’ve seen it in most supermarkets that stock at least a few foreign products. It’s made in Kobe so a good option if your worried about radiation.
Update: I looked for ingredient sources for this product and found a huge wiki in Japanese with sources. According to the wiki, they source raw milk from Ehime Prefecture and “dairy products” (乳製品) from Hokkaido and Tochigi Prefectures.