Dry curd cottage cheese

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    has anyone tried it? i cant find it in socal.

    something like 18g protein per half cup. practically no sodium, carbs, or fat.
     
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    i've been using fresh locally made dry curd cottage chese and quark from the market everyweek - both taste great plain and i prefer it to the packaged low fat cottage cheese you find in supermarkets

    i add in nuts like walnuts or sometimes pb to add fats to my food intake - but i eat it plain alot 2

    per tub, 300ml, it is approx. 42grams protein, 3 grams carbs which are sugar, 0.3 gram fat, and 48mg of sodium
     
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    i was just watching good eats tonight and the episode was about milk. I forget the process but he made his own cottage cheese in a relatively timely fashion. foodtv's website has all his recipes.
     
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    never heard of it. anyone know where to get it in southern california?

    it sounds like it has a macronutrient breakdown similar to the greek style nonfat plain yogurt at trader joes which i eat up all the time. wouldn't mind throwing this into the mix though.
     
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    i havent checked trader joes to see if they have it. but there greek style yogurt is so good :bowdown:
     
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