I could go on and on about the virtues of frozen yogurt. It’s not as heavy or sweet as ice cream (in a good way), doesn’t have all that evil lactose, is low in fat and calories and tastes so darn good. But I won’t.
Instead I’d like to focus on this question: Why do different TCBY locations have different tasting fro yo? I don’t mean flavors, I mean quality. Close to home here, in Troy, Michigan, is the best fro yo I’ve ever tasted. I get chocolate every time, sometimes strawberry. At any and every location I go to. But this location is superior, me thinks, because of the consistency of the texture. Does that make sense? Meaning, at other locations, it’s almost as if they don’t have their machines cold enough. Here, it stays nice and thick and isn’t all runny. But I’m not sure if that’s the reason. Perhaps there’s something nefarious going on, something Seinfeld-esque. If you have any clues, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just kidding. Instead, comment below. If you leave me hanging, alone and answerless, I’ll be forced to take a job at TCBY just so I can investigate this, undercover, on my own.
P.S. Wouldn’t it be nice if they delivered? Or if there were a fro yo man/fro yo truck, like there is the ice cream man and ice cream truck
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