Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Stoneyfield Giveaway!

I love Greek Yogurt and I have always been a fan of Stonyfield Farm's products, so I was so excited when Kristina contacted me about having a giveaway. I recently collected enough Stonyfield Farm yogurt lids to earn a free year subscription to Prevention Magazine, if that tells you anything about my love.

However, when it comes to greek yogurt, I have been buying Chobani greek yogurt, because I can buy it in bulk at Sam's Club for a great price. I think that if I could purchase Oikos for the same price I can buy Chobani, it would be my first choice. Now I have never tried the plain or vanilla Chobani, so my only comparison of the two brands are by trying the blueberry flavors. I have tried the vanilla and plain Oikos though and love its taste and texture.
I love plain oatmeal with Oikos and berries mixed in. I also just like eating Oikos plain or in smoothies.
If you haven't watched Heather's Oikos and Chobani blind taste test video yet, go check it out here. I would like to try and do a blind taste test of the two blueberry flavors of both.

Here is the awesome loot that Stonyfield sent me and they want to send one of my readers 1 free 16oz oikos coupon, 2 free 5.3 oz coupons, and a reusable bag. I love this bag, and who can pass up a chance at free greek yogurt??


If you want a chance to win, leave a comment on this post. For an extra entry link back from your blog (but leave an extra comment with the link from your blog). If you don't have a blog, earn an extra entry by telling someone you know to come to my site and enter. I will pick a winner this Friday May 22 at 10am!
I have my Girls on the Run banquet tonight and have a million things to do to be ready for it. So I have to run! I will take a lot of pictures of the food I'm serving and the decorations and awards.

26 comments:

StephanieP said...

Thanks for the recommendation. I usually buy Fage yogurt and would love to try another brand, especially if it's organic and/or delicious! -StephanieP

Rose said...

Count me in!

mgaltier said...

I'd love to win those goodies!

meghanN said...

I love Greek yogurt!!

Laura E said...

Oikes is my favorite yogurt but It's so much more expensive that I can't buy it often. Thanks so much for the opportunity. I don't have a blog but told my foodie friend Rita about it!

Rita I said...

Hello. I've never tried this brand before but I enjoy all the Chobani flavors. Laura E. told me about the contest and I'm really glad she did because your blog is very interesting. Keep up the good work.

Carrie H said...

I've never tried Stonyfield, actually, but would love to! Thanks!

Carrie H

A said...

Yummy oikos

Marcie said...

Love Stonyfield!

Chelsea said...

I've actually never tried Oikos-I can only get Fage around me..Thanks for the givaway!
cmdrayer@comcast.net

Heather said...

count me in! i'd love to win!

Michelle said...

I haven't jumped on the Greek yogurt bandwagon yet but i would love to start!

Internal Peace said...

I LOVE Greek yogurt! I want to win! :)

Internal Peace said...

I linked back to this giveaway on my blog:

http://lifeloveviolin.blogspot.com/2009/05/theme-of-week-omelets.html

JW said...

I love Oikos!!

Kate said...

I love oikos, but I've only tried the plain flavor. I'd love to try blueberry!

Buddy said...

Marie (mgaltier) told me about this contest. I'd like to win it because I haven't tried greek yogurt but have heard her rave about it.

Buddy
budree@bellsouth.net

Anne said...

Ooh, I'd love for a chance to win. I love greek yogurt :)

Simple and Divine said...

The plain is totally divine. And the perfect size container! My faves are with Strawberries and orange zest/lemon zest! Or strawberries and True Lemon, ooorrrrrr Strawberries (reoccuring theme here?), True Lemon + Truvia = strawberry lemonade ;D

Whitvia said...

Greek yogurt rocks my face off@

A Toronto girl out West said...

Ooooo given that I just discovered that I can get Oikos a couple of hours from where I live (Idaho is not that far away :oP) I can FINALLY enter Oikos contests.

I'd LOVE me some!!!! And I promise to link from my blog tomorrow!

Meghan said...

I would love to try Greek yogurt!!

:) said...

I'm in like sin! Oikos are amazing! They have so many delicious flavors like plain, vanilla, honey (definitely go try it if you haven't), blueberry (happy tummy), and strawberry (enough said)! Thanks for the awesome giveaway! :)

Linked you back over at my place: http://learningtorelove.blogspot.com/2009/05/pb.html

Keri said...

Here's my entry!

Anonymous said...

Well, If you have ever thought of writing some script to automate those things that you are doing many times every day, then you have a great and easy way to automate the entir e process. It comes without saying that a few imacros and firefox add-ons can automate all actions connected to a browser (Mozilla). If you wish to automate your system as such, then you'll need some other script, straightforward commands can automate your system. Even a beginner can automate things using a simple software called as sikuli all you need to do is to tell Sikuli what to do by giving some screenshots and straightforward commands.
A GUI can be used with Sikuli. Sikuli is an open siurce scripting application that will use a mixture of simple commands like click, type, wait and so on. There's no internal API support, it just searches the screen for the image in the screenshot-which implies that you'll be able to use it for anything. There's literally no limit on how you employ it to automate things.
This is too good to be true, but if you watch the following video, you may come to know that this is extremely easy. If you visit their home page, you get a lot of tutorials and support; it can be a cake walk even for beginners. You'll check the video as well as get the software at [url=http://technoages.com/operating-system/apple-mac-os/automate-everything-through-a-simple-script-make-your-computer-listen-to-you/]TechnoAges.com[/url]

Anonymous said...

Earning online is not a tough task, at the same time it is not easy as well. There are plenty of methods to earn money online, you can produce different business structures. You'll take affiliate marketing, where you can select a product, software or a service and put up for sale and in return you'll get a commission out for selling. The nice advantage of affiliate marketing is, you don’t would like to speak to individuals and sell the products, everything will be done online, at the same time, you wish some skills, to do it. You would like to make channels for promoting like websites, newsletters, landing page creation and PPC advertisements.

You can additionally produce a VRE, (Virtual Real Estate) where in you produce websites, develop and monetize it using numerous means that like CPM or CPC ads, creating and selling your own product. You'll develop niche sites and setup ecommerce stores.

There are more strategies as well, except for beginners, and people who are new to online business the simplest means to form an identical revenue stream is through actions like filling up surveys, get paid to do straightforward actions like signing up with new sites and obtaining paid to scan emails. The extent 2 for beginners is mystery looking and connected income streams. You can get all the free resources to make a career at [url=http://earn-online-money.com/tools-and-techniques/home-business-blueprint-1-0-earn-online-moneys-free-new-launch/]Earn-Online-Money.Com[/url]