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Default Storebought tzatziki - fantastic!

I tried this Joseph's tzatziki that I found near the refrigerated salsas and hummus in my regular supermarket.


It's delicious! It has a whipped texture, garlic-y, with crunchy bits of cucumber.

I've used it as a dip and as a low-fat substitute for my beloved Hellman's mayo on sandwiches.

It's SO good, I could (and have) eat it with a spoon!

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