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    Black pepper and I occasionally cut up some mushrooms or green pepper and add

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    Next to lentals and tuna cottage cheese is about the cheapest per gram of protien you can find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdog.tx View Post
    Next to lentals and tuna cottage cheese is about the cheapest per gram of protien you can find.
    Agreed. High nutritional value aswell. Simple and can be made tasty.
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    What % fat cottage cheese do you eat? Or do you eat the fat free?

    May sound dumb but I only will eat 4% and certain brands and I LOVE it plain.
    Others taste weird and I just can't do it without creating some weird science experiment of mixing a bunch of stuff in to be able to choke it down. Haha

    Try different brands, there IS a huge difference in taste sometimes.
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    I wonder why so far nobody mentioned throwing in some coconut milk. I could eat that all day long. If it wasn't for its high insulinemic response, I'd eat it pre-, intra- and post-workout lol

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    rooster sauce! Spiracha . I eat a ton of cottage cheese as part of my regular protein diet. I put it in protein shakes as well. You can add anything to it. I use it in tuna rather than mayo. Cut half an avocado into it with some garlic powder and a little rooster sauce ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaXopA View Post
    I wonder why so far nobody mentioned throwing in some coconut milk. I could eat that all day long. If it wasn't for its high insulinemic response, I'd eat it pre-, intra- and post-workout lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKC432 View Post
    rooster sauce! Spiracha . I eat a ton of cottage cheese as part of my regular protein diet. I put it in protein shakes as well. You can add anything to it. I use it in tuna rather than mayo. Cut half an avocado into it with some garlic powder and a little rooster sauce ....
    Cottage cheese in tuna???
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegisterJr View Post
    Cottage cheese in tuna???
    Yeah buddy! Don't knock it till you've tried it. It is a good replacement for mayo in a standard tuna mix. On top of that it insures nobody else in the house will touch it .... all mine LOL My kids look at me like I am sick in the head no matter how I eat my cottage cheese but this one always gets them out of the kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TKC432 View Post
    Yeah buddy! Don't knock it till you've tried it. It is a good replacement for mayo in a standard tuna mix. On top of that it insures nobody else in the house will touch it .... all mine LOL My kids look at me like I am sick in the head no matter how I eat my cottage cheese but this one always gets them out of the kitchen.
    Not knocking it. Interested, actually. I'll definitely give it a go. I'm tired of using pickle juice as a substitute.
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    Just tried the tuna and cottage cheese mix... not bad. Not bad at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruntz View Post
    Just tried the tuna and cottage cheese mix... not bad. Not bad at all.
    Add some dill relish, a little crushed garlic and a diced green onion and you will soon forget mayo was ever an ingredient .... and again, it insures that nobody else will steal your protein rich tuna meal from the fridge LOL

    Glad you tried it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TKC432 View Post
    Add some dill relish, a little crushed garlic and a diced green onion and you will soon forget mayo was ever an ingredient .... and again, it insures that nobody else will steal your protein rich tuna meal from the fridge LOL

    Glad you tried it.
    Blending up the cottage cheese to make it more of a mayo consistancy helps.
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    In the evening, with eggs and some green vegetables would be perfect!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TKC432 View Post
    Yeah buddy! Don't knock it till you've tried it. It is a good replacement for mayo in a standard tuna mix. On top of that it insures nobody else in the house will touch it .... all mine LOL My kids look at me like I am sick in the head no matter how I eat my cottage cheese but this one always gets them out of the kitchen.
    Hmmmm.... great idea! I might try blending a lil cottage cheese (for mayo consistency) and mixing it with some tuna and half an avocado, red onion and tablespoon of chilli sauce this afternoon
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    I love cottage cheese personally. Nothing in this world beats peach halves, and cottage cheese piled on top! The peaches add a nice juicy sweet flavor. Also my #2 favorite is pineapple chunks with cottage cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HooahSwoll View Post
    I love cottage cheese personally. Nothing in this world beats peach halves, and cottage cheese piled on top! The peaches add a nice juicy sweet flavor. Also my #2 favorite is pineapple chunks with cottage cheese.
    huge fan of peaches and cottage cheese. Also like tomatoes and crushed black pepper. Now I'm hungry
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