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9/9/11 8:47 A

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I'll have to look for dry curb.

Personally I like full-fat cottage cheese and other dairy products. I like to eat my foods as natural as possible, and I think real fats like those in milk products are good for you. :)

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9/6/11 1:46 P

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It's usually with the regular cottage cheese. But, I noticed it was WAY UP on the top shelf. Hard to see.

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9/6/11 1:22 P

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304 mg. It's got a bitter bite to it. Definitely not like other cottage cheeses.
Where do you get dry curd?

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9/6/11 1:17 P

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looks good to me.
How much sodium? I take cottage cheese and mix it half and half with dry curd cottage cheese. The dry curd has virtually no sodium and I noticed that most cottage cheese is loaded with sodium. The creamier stuff balances out the dry curd in sodium as well as creaminess.

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9/6/11 12:42 P

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Alright I know it could be considered an unclean food because it's packaged. But .... what if you find a cleaner kind. I found Nancy's a few days ago! In the natural foods section! Woo Hoo! They were out of greek yogurt. Grrr.

But these are the ingredients in the cottage cheese. Skim milk, cream nonfat milk powder, L. acidophillus, B. bifidum and 4 strains of lactic cultures, salt.

Most other cottage cheese I have eaten have preservaties and other crap in them!

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