(Seattle?s Best Frozen Yogurt, Part One: Red Mango)(SBFY Part Two: Shy Giant)(SBFY

(Seattle?s Best Frozen Yogurt, Part One: Red Mango)(SBFY Part Two: Shy Giant)(SBFY Part Three: Shnoo)SBFY Part Four: YoBerryWHERE: YoBerry, 823 3rd Ave. at MarionWHAT: Small original frozen yogurt with kiwiWHEN: Friday afternoonCOST: $3.77WOULD I GO AGAIN? Yes, but absolutely no kiwi.OFFICIAL TASTING NOTES:Tucked inside a funky little court off 3rd Avenue downtown, I?m surprised to find YoBerry packed to the hilt on such a cold day. YoBerry carries two flavors: original and dragonfruit. Both leave aftertextures ? they?re not too icy, but they leave an unpleasant dry feeling in my mouth. The dragonfuit is a little on the sweeter side, so I choose the original, along with the kiwi that look so perfectly, adorably cubed that I pick them over the anemic-looking pomegranate seeds, lychee, and other tropical fruit choices.I?ve been getting small servings at each yogurt spot, usually 5 ounces, and YoBerry?s idea of 5 ounces is clearly larger than anyone else?s so far. The kiwi is also piled on high, and I find myself falling in love with the owner, who?s sweet and smiley. I start in on the yogurt, and find the pure flavor of the yogurt overcomes any textural issues I had when I sampled it at first, maybe because I keep shoveling more in, scooping to the beat of Bonnie Raitt.But then I go for the kiwi. It?s frozen ? not cold kiwi that came from a bag of frozen kiwi, but still-frozen, rock-hard green cubes. Should I tell this woman I picked kiwi off a vine in my back yard two weeks ago?I let the first piece dissolve slowly in my mouth, and out of nowhere, right along with the weird frozen-flesh texture, I taste something else. I search my taste memory, and come up with a smell: It?s what hits you when you walk into a low-brow Asian grocery store, part fish, part funk. Why is this coming out of my kiwi?I try another piece, and spit it out. This is too weird. The yogurt?s great, but next time I?ll stick with sprinkles.Of curiosity: YoBerry also sells high-quality tea and coffee (quality unknown), which comes with a free pre-packaged bean cake.YoBerry, 823 3rd Ave., 321-7404, DOWNTOWN. Open Mon. ? Fri. 10 a.m. ? 4:30 p.m.