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I like savory (not sweet) cottage cheese. I add powders?utm_source=BariatricPal&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=CommentLink" target="_ad" data-id="1" >unjury unflavored Protein powder and it DOUBLES the protein...

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It's a texture thing...I can't even imagine eating cottage cheese....I don't like yogurt..so having a very hard time getting my Protein in. I'm four weeks post op...any other idea's

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Cottage cheese with cantaloupe! YUMMY!

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I love cottage cheese plain with s&p, but my fav is a sprinkling of dry hidden valley ranch dressing mix! I bought a container almost the size of a parm cheese can. Super yum, matter of fact I think that's dinner :P

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I like it woth avocado and tapito. I also blend it with eggs when I make scrambled eggs. No one in my family knew my secret to my great tasting scrambled eggs. Another scrambled egg secret, blend a dollop of greek yogurt with ur egg mixture. They taste great. I did that once when I had ran out of cottage cheese. :)

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I had to laugh, I've eaten probably 80 % of my food from a 1/2 cup measure ever since my surgery! (over 5 months ago)

I am 8 days post, but found an 8 pk of glad re-usable with lids, 1/2 cup containers. Been making my Jello in them and eating my strained Soups. Since I usually cannot eat the whole 1/2 cup yet, at least I have a lid to stick it in the fridge. Best part is they were less than 3.00 bucks for 8!

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I eat my cottage cheese with pepper ;)

Me too. Savory, not sweet...

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I thought I was the only one eating out of the measuring cup!

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This might gross some of you out, but If you add a little marinara sauce and heat it up (especially baked) its a bit like a deconstructed lasagne... Some might find they like it. My grandpa always put Bob's seasoning salt on it, but that adds sodium. ????

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