Blue Hill Launches Savory Yogurt in Flavors Like Tomato, Parsnip & Beet

Blue Hill Launches Savory Yogurt in Flavors like Tomato, Parsnip & Beet

We could all benefit from adding more vegetables into our diet. But in our yogurt? Bet you never thought about that. The recently launched line of yogurts by Blue Hill features six savory flavors that may make you raise an eyebrow (or two) — Carrot, Sweet Potato, Beet, Butternut Squash, Tomato and Parsnip.

Blue Hill Yogurt: Tomato flavor Blue Hill Yogurt: Sweet Potato flavor

“Blue Hill has dairy in its roots. Blue Hill Farm—our family farm in the Berkshires, and the original inspiration for our Blue Hill restaurant in New York City and Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Pocantico Hills, NY—was a working dairy from the 1860s through the 1960s. Three decades later, we refurbished the farm and brought the dairy back to life. The story of Blue Hill Farm is in many ways the story of the Blue Hill restaurants: sustaining the iconic landscape of the Northeast in pursuit of great flavor.”

The Upstate NY farm is cemented on the foodie pilgrimage map. Blue Hill’s chef, Dan Barber, is a well-known slow food advocate whose inspired TED talks have helped increase the general interest for considered eating.

Blue Hill Yogurt: Buternut Squash flavor Blue Hill Yogurt: parsnip flavor

The “know thy farmer” ethos informs every decision made at Blue Hill, and the yogurt venture is an extension of that, “supporting farms that raise dairy cows in the best possible way and using their well-pastured grass-fed milk; sourcing delicious, local vegetables from neighbors in the region; and preserving a dairy tradition that connects our family, Blue Hill, and the Northeast.”

Blue Hill Yogurt: Carrot flavor Blue Hill Yogurt: Beet flavor

The Blue Hill team recommends eating the savory treats and you would any yogurt, but says they are also excellent for enhancing meals. Try, for example, “adding Blue Hill Beet Yogurt to a baked potato or the Squash Yogurt to curried chickpeas.” Or mix any flavor into salad dressings or sauces. Here are more ideas, recipes, and videos from Dan Barber and team, exploring the culinary possibilities of Blue Hill Yogurt.

If you’re intrigued, but can’t find these anywhere near you, experiment and make your own. Get good natural yogurt and mix it with anything your heart desires. May we suggest kale, cauliflower or spinach?

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A designer by trade, Johanna has always had a passion for storytelling. Born and raised in Sweden, she's lived and worked in Miami, Brooklyn and, currently, Ojai, CA. She started Goodlifer in 2008 to offer a positive outlook for the future and share great stories, discoveries, thoughts, tips and reflections around her idea of the Good Life. Johanna loves kale, wishes she had a greener thumb, and thinks everything is just a tad bit better with champagne (or green juice).
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