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DOE1164 Posts: 101
5/8/12 12:11 A

I forgot that part... I live in Canada and buy my cottage cheese at Superstore which tends to have the lowest prices. I still find $4.78 a tad pricey!!

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5/5/12 1:00 P

You can make your own cheese. Try skim plain yogurt. I make my own, no way I am paying for that "diet" label.

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5/5/12 8:13 A

Hi Doe1164:

Where are you located: the US? Canada? Aus? NZ? That would help people make useful suggestions to you. $4.87 doesn't seem like all too much for 500 grams of cottage cheese...think of it in portions: that is five 100 gram servings, six 83 gram servings...either way it is under a dollar per serving. That isn't so bad, especially if you like it and it forms an important part of your diet.

I can also suggest that you shop around: there are no less than 4 supermarkets in walking distance from my house and one of them has cottage cheese that is significantly less than all the others. It is store brand, not name brand, but I actually like it quite a lot. I don't usually go to that store (I'm willing to pay more for the cottage cheese at my main store), but when I do I get a couple tubs. Basically what I am saying is that in my own experience, cottage cheese price fluctuates as much as $2 from store to store.

Finally, natural yogurt is an option and you can even make your own...however the milk will no doubt be expensive. That is actually the issue here, milk prices have gone way up so you are unlikely to find a milk product that is as inexpensive as you remember.

DOE1164 Posts: 101
5/4/12 10:51 P

Hi! Does anyone have an idea of what I can substitute for 1% cottage cheese? I love it with fruit but cannot bring myself to pay $4.87 for 500 grams! Can't believe how much the price has risen!
Ricotta cheese has a flavor I don't particularily like, and it's around the same price. German quark is yummy beyond belief but is over $7.00 for 300 grams!!!
Is there something I'm missing that has approximately the same calorie count (81 cal/ .5 cup) and tastes reasonably similar? Thanks!

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