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Readers: What’s your favorite frozen yogurt shop in the Boston area?

We want to hear all about your go-to flavors and toppings.

Cravings Ice Cream
Cravings Ice Cream in Wakefield sells fresh homemade ice cream, custom-blended soft-serve and frozen yogurt. Colm O'Molloy for The Boston Globe

Boston may be an ice cream town, but there’s still room to celebrate its close cousin, frozen yogurt. More tangy and tart than ice cream, frozen yogurt first gained traction in the 1980s (remember TCBY?) and, since then, has experienced ebbs and flows of renewed popularity.

Today, national chains like Pinkberry, Yogurtland, and Red Mango continue to offer swirls of varied flavors and toppings, but we want to know what your favorite local shops are for premium cups of frozen yogurt. Are you a fan of BerryLine, a Cambridge destination serving flavors like Fruity Pebble Cereal Milk, Taza chocolate, and Nutella? Do you dream about the Greek yogurt options at Fruitée Yogurt in Lexington? Is the aptly named Delicious Yogurt in Roslindale a weekly staple?


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