Creamy Yogurt-Cap

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Creamy Yogurt-Cap

Undiluted concentrated flavoring by Capella.


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  • 4

    Posted by Rin on 20th Mar 2018

    This and the original FA Yogurt (which is no longer available) are my favorite non-Greek yogurt flavors. I use it at 2% in mixtures but I mix low. You may need to double

  • 4
    Recipe additive

    Posted by Liquid Antlers on 8th Oct 2017

    While I still may not like it I had to come back and review it again. It's useful in recipes where you may need weight and wet mouthfeel. Best used at .5 to 4% in recipes. As a yogurt by itself I find it still needs help getting there unlike caps Greek yogurt offering which to me is creamier in texture but not as wet? Which makes sense, Greek yogurt has a different density than regular yogurt. Add and FA yogurt old and your favorite non muting overbearing vanilla or coconut and fruit and you got a decent yogurt.

  • 5

    Posted by Martin on 2nd Jan 2017

    The only yogurt needed if you like B&M fruit yogurt vapes just add your favorite fruit base with Cappella creamy yogurt and there you go a yogurt vape you won't be able to put down!

  • 5
    Cap - Creamy Yogurt

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Nov 2016

    I was trying to get a milkshake type of recipe. I tried this, and BOOM, it was on point. Granted, I only used it very sparingly, but it came thru in the end for me!

  • 5
    Pleasant and versatile!

    Posted by Fidgety on 29th Sep 2016

    I really have to wonder about the earlier bad reviews, if maybe Capella has improved the formula. I received my bottle in August of 2016 and completely love it! I've found so many uses for this including as a single flavor at 7%. Of course, taste is subjective. It's a mild flavor to be sure but I imagine that's the intent. Trying to force more flavor out of it will not give you a good result. If you want a bold tangy yogurt, this is not what you're looking for. This is very light and subtle, like unflavored Yoplait. It works with virtually any possible flavor that you've ever seen in your yogurt section at the grocery store.3

  • 1
    Creamy Balloons?

    Posted by Fog Walker on 8th Apr 2016

    Ever chewed on a balloon before? That probably tastes better. I don't know, I have a lot of yogurts in my arsenal and gave this a try in my recipes a few times with no game changers or something to make me go wow too. On the tongue it tastes like wet balloons, in mixes at 5% it makes things taste like they already do but with wet balloons. Would maybe explain some people saying it adds a slimy wet mouth feel. Certainly not a pleasurable one. You may like it though, start small. But this definitely rates lowest in the yogurts for me. Nothing about it is even artificial yogurt tasting which some like or are used too so there's that. Sorry Capella, not your best.

  • 4
    Not too bad.

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Dec 2015

    Made a pineapple yogurt with this, it turned out delicious, creamy and juicy, with a little aftertaste, but it is wonderful overall.

  • 3
    still working on this one

    Posted by Src on 28th Oct 2015

    I've made 3 recipes with Cap creamy yogurt and I can't figure it out. My recommendation is start at 3-5% and make sure you don't touch it while it steeps. Slow steep no heat
    Minimal 5 days

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