Top 5 Frozen Yogurt Flavors I'd Like To See

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 27, 2009
Since new yogurt stores seem to keep popping up like an unstoppable, virulent disease (See my earlier post here on the phenomenon), there's really one thing left to do: request more flavors.  Not that there's a lack of creativity out there.  Some,...
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