When we returned home from holidays I decided I needed to 'pull my belt in' bit, eat more thoughtfully and lose some weight...
Yoghurt baffles me! If its good for you (low fat and sugar) its disgusting to eat - if it tastes nice, its full of sugar. If its to die for, it ain't low fat and is overloaded in sugar!
This is what we are currently eating. The portion sizes are smaller at 100gms compared to most at 160gms, it is sweetened with sugar, not aspartame and it has cultures for gut health.
Chobani is another one we eat, a Greek yoghurt with fruit.
Dinner tonight (pardon the carbs!) is shaslicks, sweet corn, salad and a baked spud with light sour cream. I've been buying these shaslicks for quite a while and they have been yummy and tender but I was very disappointed in these ones. Huge big chunks of crap steak (sinewy and dry) that was so chewy and dry when pan fried. I actually disassembled them and cut the chunks smaller). The larger size drives the price up too. I may even go in and speak to the butcher - not to bawl him out, just to tell him he needs to review the meat he uses and portion size or no one will be buying them.
Would you complain or just not buy the product again?
Added: Well, I had great success when I spoke to the butcher, Jim (he packs the meat that our IGA Supermarket buys in as well as locally buying beef and lamb for our IGA). I just said how disappointed in the shaslicks I was as they are normally good and tasty. He said he doesn't make them, they come from an Adelaide company and he said he had had other products not being up to scratch lately too. I told him I didnt think he'd use inferior meat as he is a third generation local family butcher. He offered to refund my purchase but I said that wasn't necessary, then he gave me one pack for free any way. I'm sure he'll be onto the city supplier to make sure things are better in the future. Pleasing outcome! :)