The flavours may be novel.
The ingredients may be novel.
|Raspberry goat yoghurt|
The texture is different to what we have in Australia.
|I now realise that this is Fontainebleau, a light as air cheese, |
and not a yoghurt as such
You can buy yoghurt in lots of places. The more expected places.
|like the supermarket|
|or the local street market|
|Lunching at Parc de la Villette (vanilla)|
|or when grabbing a quick lunch from a cafe (lemon)|
Some of the containers are plastic, but many are of reusable materials- glass, ceramic- especially when you're out and about. I'm always a bit conflicted then. What should I do with the container? Carry it around in my bag? Leave it at the cafe and hope that they recycle it? Those little glass jars are so cute. But it's not really feasible to bring them home to Australia. Our apartment didn't have an obvious recycling bin, and it took me a while to identify the public recycling facilities provided by the city. But they do exist if you look- large green bins often on street corners from memory.