Oatgurt. It may sound like the noise a jungle animal makes, but it's really a spot-on name for this product. Because just like yo-gurt, oat-gurt is amazing with granola or berries or in a smoothie or in recipes, etc. And it has a similarly creamy consistency like yogurt. Yeah, both are pretty awesome. But they are not the same because yogurt is made with milk and has no oats, while Oatgurt is made with oats and has no milk, which is probably pretty obvious, but it also means Oatgurt has unsaturated fat*— the good kind, as you may have heard. Oh, and you know how most yo-gurts come in plastic pots? Oatgurt is totally different there too since it comes in a forward-thinking and progressive pot you can recycle like paper. We considered calling this product "fermented oat base" but it just doesn’t have the same ring to it. Or sound anything like a jungle animal.
The fact that there’s nothing under “What might be less amazing”.
What might be less amazing
See “What’s amazing”.
* Replacing saturated fat with unsaturated fat helps to maintain normal blood cholesterol levels.
Water, oats 12%, potato starch, rapeseed oil, modified potato starch, oat fiber, potato protein, acids (malic acid, lactic acid), calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, salt, vitamins (D2 and B12), potassium iodide.
Nutrition information per 100 g:
Energy 350 kJ/84 kcal
Fat 3.5 g
of which saturated 0.3 g
Carbohydrates 11 g
of which sugars 4.4 g
Fibre 1.0 g
Protein 1.5 g
Salt 0.10 g
Vitamin D 1.1 µg (22%*)
Vitamin B12 0.38 µg (15%*)
Calcium 120 mg (18%*)
Iodine 22.5 µg (15%*)
*Of the Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs).
Stirring is key. Keep refrigerated at 8 C. No milk, no soy, no whatever. Made to make you happy. No, really. But don’t you find it hard to be everything to everybody?
Where do the ingredients come from?
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia
Origin: The Netherlands, Poland
Origin: The Netherlands
Supplier: Dansk Salt/Nouryon
Origin: France, Middle East, Europe and Asia.