What You'll Get
Much like Ted Williams and Barbaro, yogurt is full of so much greatness that it must be frozen so it can be shared with future generations. Freeze time and calorie counting with today's naturally refreshing deal: for $5, you get two medium yogurts with one topping each (a $10 value) at Karmic Yogurt on Filbert Street. This Groupon is valid Tuesday–Friday only.
Serving authentically tart frozen yogurt in either original Karmic or Matcha (green tea) flavor, Karmic Yogurt takes one natural step for fro-yo fanatics, and one giant leap for lovers of calcium, riboflavin, and full-bodied flavor. Low in sodium and devoid of gluten, fat, and sadness, the Kosher-dairy-certified creations boast live probiotic cultures capable of boosting immunity. To scale the food pyramid to its true pyramidion, cap your swirls with fresh selections of strawberries, blackberries, kiwi, and more, or opt for dry dustings of granola, nuts, and cereal. Armed with today's Groupon, selfishly sample two distinct creations, or revive a swooning penguin by offering him a cup of the cold stuff.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reviewed Karmic Yogurt:
- The yogurt is pretty healthful all by itself. It comes from a licensed dairy farm in Oregon, is gluten free, is Kosher dairy certified and contains levels of beneficial yogurt cultures that exceed standards set by the National Yogurt Association and the Live and Active Cultures seal… when you're in the mood for tart and tang, you want the real deal, not a mild, sweet fro-yo substitute. – Alice T. Carter
Urbanspooners give Karmic Yogurt a 76% approval rating; some reviewers were unfamiliar with authentic frozen yogurt.
- It was REAL frozen yogurt...not ice cream, which is what you usually get when ordering frozen yogurt. –Kristen Gray
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with other offers. Valid Tuesday-Friday only. No cash or credit back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.