Which is better said; drink or eat yogurt?

Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
June 26, 2017 12:47pm CST
I´m not sure how it´s best said when tasting yogurt. Is it more correct to say; drink yogurt or eat yogurt. Any flavor of yogurt. There most be a better way to say it given that a yogurt is not totally solid nor a liquid. How do you say when you invite a person yogurt. Do you say-let´s eat yogurt or let´s drink yogurt?
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@mandala100 (25942)
• Hong Kong
26 Jun
For me I just say let us have yogurt. The phrase on how to say it doens't mean anything to me I just wanna have yogurt that's all.
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Jun
That is right. Just the idea of having yogurt is understandable
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@mandala100 (25942)
• Hong Kong
30 Jun
@quantum2020 Yes my friend.
@MALUSE (33747)
• Denmark
26 Jun
I eat yoghurt with a spoon. It's not liquid enough to drink.
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Jun
I have also tasted it with a spoon but I have also added some milk to it and drink it like any other liquid
@MALUSE (33747)
• Denmark
26 Jun
@quantum2020 That's something different. The question was not 'What do you do with yoghurt and added milk?' but 'What do you do with yoghurt?'
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Jun
@MALUSE Which bring us to the same thing, Some people may add milk or orange juice or other liquid to spice it up a little and then drink it instead of eating it. It´s up to how you want to ingest the yogurt
@divalounger (2265)
• United States
26 Jun
I say eat yogurt--if you drink it, it is kifir I think
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Jun
It is for a purpose, not for losing weight but for reducing apetitte.
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• United States
26 Jun
@quantum2020 I love plain greek yogurt especially--with cereal or fruit--or both!
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Jun
@divalounger I also add cereal, granola and milk. Lately, I have been adding bee honey. It must result in a good yogurt
@DianneN (63369)
• United States
27 Jun
I eat yogurt with a spoon. Lol!
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
27 Jun
I´m one of those who pours the contents of yogurt in my mouth and then grab a spoon to eat the rest from the container
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@DianneN (63369)
• United States
27 Jun
26 Jun
Considering the fact that yogurt is a liquid, I always say "drink".
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Jun
I have used that too when tasting yogurt. I guess people may use both
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26 Jun
@quantum2020 I think both ways of speaking are correct.
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@youless (87485)
• Guangzhou, China
27 Jun
How about saying have yogurt? I am not a native English speaker, so it is better to hear their advice
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
27 Jun
Saying ¨let´s have yogurt would work for me.¨ It´s conveys the same meaning as let´s drink or let´s eat yogurt. Thanks for the response
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@prashu228 (23408)
• India
27 Jun
If it's in liquid form it's drink it.. and for yogurts I use eat
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
27 Jun
I thought about it. If diluted then is drinkable and if not, then edible
@Kandae11 (29295)
26 Jun
That should be eat. It is similar to ice cream - and you don't drink ice cream.
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Jun
I have considered that. It´s not a liquid but adding some into it make it drinkable, especially for those who prefer to dilute it a bit
@Corbin5 (85391)
• United States
26 Jun
I say, "Let's eat yogurt," since it is eaten with a spoon.
@MALUSE (33747)
• Denmark
26 Jun
Exactly. Everything else is splitting hairs for nothing or only for filling a comment box.
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• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
26 Jun
I may start drinking it and only use a spoon to get the rest of the yogurt
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