I really am - something about the womb, I'm sure. (My mom ate tons of yogurt when she was pregnant with me in Bulgaria.) I hate the cheap stuff. How much sugar does the average raspberry non-fat yogurt have in it? More than half the amount of sugar in a Coke. Blech. I'm a plain yogurt girl as a general rule, and was very happy. Until I discovered Greek yogurt in college. Um, has anyone tried Fage's 0%? Good merciful heavens. Creamy goodness, minus the normal plain "tang". Delectable. And with berries mixed in, it's heaven. Some people treat themselves to a pint of ice cream or a candy bar at the grocery store - me, I aim for a 6 oz. yogurt that is more expensive than I'd like. But then, it takes 3 times the amount of milk to make Greek yogurt. I've tried to economize. I've bought run-of-the-mill yogurt and strained it to get the Greek-y consistency. No dice - still not as good as Fage.
But I have to share my latest favorite brand: Siggi's. Icelandic style. Who knew? Siggi's has fruit flavored varieties for less than 7 grams per 6 ounces. I just tried their orange and ginger flavor. Perfection! Whole Foods HQ here in Austin carries the brand, so try your local specialty store. It's a revelation!