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    cottage cheese......


    Ok it's not that bad tasting to me but I've never been a big fan. I'm trying to add more diversity to a very strict diet and I'm looking for a few recommendations. What is the best meal for cottage cheese concidering my workouts start after work around 5:30? Also do you guys eat it plain, add fruit, etc?

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    Plain, or with black pepper.
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    I throw in 2 whopping tablespoons of natty peanut butter into my 6-serving tub of cottage cheese and mix in 4 truvia packets. It tastes pretty amazing. I also add cinnamon when available/when I'm home.
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    I found spiders in mine, so try adding some for extra protein brah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Torobestia View Post
    I throw in 2 whopping tablespoons of natty peanut butter into my 6-serving tub of cottage cheese and mix in 4 truvia packets. It tastes pretty amazing. I also add cinnamon when available/when I'm home.
    This is what I was looking for thanks! What meal do you normally add this to?
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    I usually eat it an hour or 2 preworkout.
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    I add carys sugar free maple syrup and cinnamon to mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jswain34 View Post
    I add carys sugar free maple syrup and cinnamon to mine.
    Mmmm maple syrup. Awesome thanks
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    No problem. Ill add blackberries, raspberries, almonds, sunflower seeds, or peak protein granola sometimes too. Im a big fan of crunchiness so thats what i shoot for.
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    add peanut buttet & honey nut cheerios or other mildly sweet cereal of your choice. very filling, nutritious for the most part. great source of cals. actually taste pretty good too. probably could also throw in some fruit if youd like.

    Id do PB & Cott cheese before bed, maybe a little of the cereal. Higher carbs probably earlier in the day for a snack. Depends on how it fits your scheme
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    Savory is the way to go:

    - pepper
    - dill
    - onion
    - garlic
    - dijon
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    Lol, I tried eating it for the extra protein at BCT, never could find a way that made it manageable.


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    with pineapple and a gallon of water. bite,drink,swallow,repeat
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    Thanks for all the replies. Plain is hard to get down. I went with someone's suggestion of sliced almonds, sugar free maple syrup, frozen blue berries, and now I crave it. Taste amazing this way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmiyamoto View Post
    Savory is the way to go:

    - pepper
    - dill
    - onion
    - garlic
    - dijon
    yuck-amoto

    not sure i could handle those
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    Pineapple and cottage cheese is awesome. Cantalope also.
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    I like to mix 1 c cottage cheese and key lime or orange cream Greek yogurt and a little whipped cream, mix it together and taste like a sweet cheat meal ha
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    Quote Originally Posted by good2Badawg View Post

    yuck-amoto

    not sure i could handle those
    I'm not going to knock it till I try it but on paper it looks nasty
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    I mix a scoop of chocolate whey in mine. Comes out like a thick tasty pudding
    I also do the same thing with Greek yogurt
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    Quote Originally Posted by rphash49 View Post
    I'm not going to knock it till I try it but on paper it looks nasty
    It's more about the way you think about it. Most people think of cottage cheese as sweet-tasting, but if you think of it as an egg white (flavor-wise) you can do a lot more with it.

    It's even better if you combine it with cold salmon cuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmiyamoto View Post

    It's more about the way you think about it. Most people think of cottage cheese as sweet-tasting, but if you think of it as an egg white (flavor-wise) you can do a lot more with it.

    It's even better if you combine it with cold salmon cuts.
    Hey I will give it a go and see how I like it. Thanks
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    If you hate it, try scaling back the seasonings and using only black pepper + chives or something.

    Basically, if you would add it to egg whites you could add it to cottage cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmiyamoto View Post

    It's more about the way you think about it. Most people think of cottage cheese as sweet-tasting, but if you think of it as an egg white (flavor-wise) you can do a lot more with it.

    It's even better if you combine it with cold salmon cuts.
    im wondering if youre confusing this with cream cheese.

    i have no clue how folks could think cottage cheese is sweet. pretty salty to me.

    plus, all of those things u mentioned are often paired with cream cheese
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    Look in the frozen section for Strawberries. I buy the one with no sugar added and put a spoon full in with my cottage cheese. Turns it into a dessert.

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    pancakes with it, shakes with it. If you use enough flavoring there are a lot of ways you can go with it. My favorite has been makeing pancakes with it.

    1/2 cup cottage cheese
    1/2 cup muscle egg
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    1 tsp baking soda
    pinch of salt

    Thats pretty much how I make mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veaderko View Post
    pancakes with it, shakes with it. If you use enough flavoring there are a lot of ways you can go with it. My favorite has been makeing pancakes with it.

    1/2 cup cottage cheese
    1/2 cup muscle egg
    1 scoop iForce Vanilla Protean
    1 tsp baking soda
    pinch of salt

    Thats pretty much how I make mine.
    Mmmmm pancakes. I might have to give that a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rphash49 View Post
    Mmmmm pancakes. I might have to give that a try.
    Helps if you have a good blender. I have a Vitamix and also a Bullet if its just for me. Essentially I do it till its smooth and all the clumps from the cottage cheese are gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veaderko View Post

    Helps if you have a good blender. I have a Vitamix and also a Bullet if its just for me. Essentially I do it till its smooth and all the clumps from the cottage cheese are gone.
    I do have a good blender. I'm craving pancakes now, thanks!
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    Take a large container of fat free cottage cheese, add 1 small pack of sugar free fat free orange jello powder. Stir well and chow down.
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    Plain ol cottage cheese and tomatoes with some cracked pepper for me and love it
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    Lately I've been doing either;

    250 g cottage cheese, splash of milk, 1 scoop protein powder and 1-2 scoops of instant chocolate mousse mix, blend and put in the fridge to set. I top it with some blueberries and eat as a dessert... nomnomnom.

    OR...

    Cottage cheese, cinnamon, raw honey and diced apple which is also delicious.

    The Mrs has been enjoying it with some cucumber, lemon zest and cracked black pepper on her organic rice crackers as a snack through the day.

    So many things you can do with it, it's quite amazing the variety of snacks/meals you could put together with this one ingredient. Don't be afraid to experiment!
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    Add sweetener and a walden's farm chocolate or caramel syrup and make cheesecake mix.

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    Stuffed into strawberries = strawberry cheesecake bites
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    Lots of great recommendations !!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    Add sweetener and a walden's farm chocolate or caramel syrup and make cheesecake mix.

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    Stuffed into strawberries = strawberry cheesecake bites
    Def gotta try this one
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    pour a couple tablespoons of olive oil over the top. tastes way better than it sounds.
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    Lots of black pepper is my go to. Never gets old.
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    Sugar-free pudding mix is pretty good with some walnuts and stuck in freezer for an hour.
    I noticed the brand you get has a lot to do with it also.
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    Cottage Cheese mixed with cinnamon and raw cacao powder FTW
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    All I've been doing lately is a tub of cottage cheese, one scoop of instant choc mousse mix and one scoop of SELECT Milk Chocolate protein powder.

    Throw them in the blender until smooth and put in the fridge to set.

    Eat it as a dessert
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    banana apple protein powder peanut butter granola are some things i add in there. I most always use protein powder
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