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I am not sure if anyone eats this but i was wondering does anyone know how to make it taste better and still be lower calorie?
Also what tastes better full fat cotage cheese or fat-free cottage cheese?
I know this is mostly a weight lifting site as i know but i would like to throw in a little nutritional question now and then.
I don't know much about cottage cheese but In central and eastern europe, curd cheese is very common (Quark in german/tvorog in russian) and I always used it as a rich source of casein.
100 gramms of this contains from 14-22 gramms of protein!
If you're a low-fat guy, then just buy the low fat version and eat it with a tablespoon of honey.
If you're a low-carb guy, you can buy the full fat and add a bit salt, pepper and herbs/onion/garlic/chillies/whatever to it.
It's also a great ingredient for home made protein shakes.
Hello everyone, my name is Yes and im a cottage cheese junkie... ;-)
My advice would be to cherish and savour the divine taste of fresh, non-fat, cottage cheese. Ocasionally though, you can enjoy it with some dill and chive. Paprika powder works pretty well too. However, I do advice you to stay away from olives and onion. I had to clean my mouth with rocket fuel after trying that...
I prefer the reduced fat 2% version of cottage cheese, though the 1% is also not bad. the Fat free stuff just doen't taste so good to me. I eat it regularly, what I do is in the morning before I leave for work, I scoop into a container some cottage cheese and top it off with some frozen berries, and "fiber one" cereal. By Mid after-noon the berries have thawed and It tastes good to me.