With what can I eat greek yogurt?
I don't like eating sweet things in my yogurt, so I usually eat it with chips or carrots. I'll make lentils and mix it with yogurt at the end. I can't stand the texture of yogurt by itself, so I can't just eat it with a spoon. I like how it tastes with savory foods though.
Any recipes or suggestions?
When I make falafel I eat it with just plain greek yogurt since I'm too lazy to actually make tzatziki sauce after having expended the effort to make falafel.
Same goes for literally anything that involves tzatziki. I'm just too lazy.
A fair amount of yogurt is used in Indian curries. Even if the curry doesn't have yogurt in it, you can make a raita to go on top. A raita is basically just a seasoned yogurt condiment. I usually mix salt, cumin, and cayenne into the yogurt and just plop it on top of my meal. Cucumbers are also a good addition if you want the yogurt to have a cooling effect on the curry.
Also, maybe try making some vegetable smoothies? I usually use yogurt, milk, and berries (no sugar added), but if even that is too sweet for you, you could try making it with veggies instead.
I usually just eat it.
If you've got a plain wheat cereal like weeties or shredded wheat or all bran, leave them in a bowl of yogurt overnight. They go all puffy, not soggy, and have a pretty cool texture.
Make tzatziki, it's just yogurt, diced cucumbers, garlic, lemon, and dill. Just made chicken souvlaki and fresh pita to eat with the tzatziki, so good.
I use yogurt in every instance a recipe needs sour cream. Can't taste the difference when cooked or in dips.
Even on a baked potato it tastes great.
Most of my uses for plain yogurt are for non-sweet things, though sometimes I use it for sweet stuff.
I love using tzatziki sauce [cucumber] to eat raw vegetables, tortilla chips, pita chips, lots of stuff.
It can also be used as a thickener/creamer in some soups and baked food.
Yogurt is awesome.
So is pooping on a schedule.