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Tried cottage cheese for the first time - help me jazz it up



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I don't like sweet cottage cheese. We always made lasagna with cottage cheese, so I like to make it without noodles basically. Mix egg and cottage cheese with garlic powder, layer with a little ragu and bake. Reheats well.

Another quick and favorite of mine is mix salt pepper cottage cheese and onion powder, chop up some radishes in it (I leave the radish greens in it too).

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I only like certain brands. Knudsens is my favorite. A lot of others are too runny. I just put pepper on it. It has a lot of salt already and putting sweet stuff on it is not my thing.

My friend mixes vanilla Protein powder into it and puts fruit on top.

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I don't like it, but I like it better than greek yogurt (BTW, I like Dannon regular or lite yogurt). Both are basically pretty gross to me.

Phase 3. No veggies or fruit yet. What can I do with this cottage cheese since I seem to tolerate it. Anything to make it more bearable?

applesauce and cinnamon.

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Oh my!! You sound like me! I will not eat the stuff alone and will only eat it with diced up tomatoes with a little sea salt and pepper...but my mother would always dice up pineapple in hers.

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