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elecjet

New York, USA

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.
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Ciccio

elecjet wrote:
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.


Franco

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Yes

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...

Good luck!
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kevindill

Maryland, USA

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.

Regards,
Kevin.
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Mr Nautilus

elecjet wrote:
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?


Mix it up with a tablespoon of lard.

Lard has gotten a bad rap. It's 100% natural, no additives at all.
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Tom Traynor

Mix with salsa or "hot sauce". Try various brands--there is a difference. Even mixing a little natural peanut butter is good. Mix with a little flavored yoghurt...
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BIO-FORCE

California, USA

Low Fat and Non-Fat Cottage Cheese is my chief source of "food" protein.

I seldom eat a meal at home without it.

I eat little meat (occasional fish, eggs, and chicken) so Cottage Cheese and Non-fat Milk do the job.

I think the taste will depend on the Dairy Company.

Here in Southern Ca, Knudsens, and Alta Dena both make very tasty versions.

It is also good with fruit, especially Pineapple which has an enzyme that aids protein digestion.
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tpowers21

I add some flavored whey protein, frozen blueberries and some fiber one. Same with yogurt.
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