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    Good Substitute for Cottage Cheese

    I need a good substitute for cottage cheese. I have no problem eating it BUT my stomach does. I had been eating it everyday and due to sodium intolerance I cut back. When I did I noticed I was less bloated and gassy. Well I decided to try a few spoonfuls before bed. The first night was fine but after 4 nights I'm bloated again and gassy and it lasts all the way until morning. I like to have a "snack" before bed but I want something beneficial. Plus it seems to help my morning workouts because I do it about 5 minutes after I roll out of bed.
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    I can handle all other dairy excpet full fat ice cream...it does the same thing!
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    Greek yogurt
    Stonyfield Farms plain yogurt (with some protein powder stirred in)
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    Just gonna say the same thing!

    I don't like CC, I eat Total 0% fat Greek Yog, stir in ON extream milk Choc PP and it tastes like choc pudding
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    Thanks! I was wondering if yogurt would be a good swap and now I know!
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    Make sure it GREEK though, it has more protein & less carbs than usual natural yog.
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    If the sodium is the problem I have seen brands out there with no salt added. I believe Hood sells this and I've also seen it in my store brand.
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    Originally Posted by Trudee View Post
    Thanks! I was wondering if yogurt would be a good swap and now I know!
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    Just be sure that it's PLAIN- the flavored ones add tons of extra sugars...
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    Originally Posted by JoyP View Post
    Make sure it GREEK though, it has more protein & less carbs than usual natural yog.
    I LOVE the greek, but it's SO expensive- I shelled out $2.60 for a cup (first time I found/bought it)- do you know of a cheaper brand or where to get it in bulk? I get the Stonyfield Farms fat free plain for $3 at BJ's (warehouse club)... That has 4 cups to a carton...
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    Originally Posted by Trudee View Post
    I need a good substitute for cottage cheese. I have no problem eating it BUT my stomach does. I had been eating it everyday and due to sodium intolerance I cut back. When I did I noticed I was less bloated and gassy. Well I decided to try a few spoonfuls before bed. The first night was fine but after 4 nights I'm bloated again and gassy and it lasts all the way until morning. I like to have a "snack" before bed but I want something beneficial. Plus it seems to help my morning workouts because I do it about 5 minutes after I roll out of bed.
    Any suggestions???
    Trudee
    I can handle all other dairy excpet full fat ice cream...it does the same thing!
    Have you tried FRIENDSHIP brand cottage cheese? That is the only one I can eat...all the other brands seem to disagree with me. I also mix it with Dannon fat free plain yogurt and its really good with a little sweetner added.
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    What is Greek yogurt? I'm not sure I've ever seen it. I'm going to keep a lookout for it now!
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    What about ricotta?
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    You can get low(er) fat ricotta at most grocery stores - I love having that mixed with nuts, or on chicken
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    Because a few people mentioned ricotta.... I had been wondering about eating that, but it has a very grainy texture. Is there a way to get rid of that???

    And I have tried to find greek yogurt and have yet to see it.... but I don't think there are any whole foods stores here.
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    are you sure you aren't lactose intolerant? That is usually the issue.
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    try looking for friendship farmer cheese no sodium added. it's the solid form of cottage and has wayyy less sodium. there are other white cheeses that are mild like cottage e.g., goat cheese or chevre. those might come in a reduced sodium variety
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    Friendship sodium free.

    casein protein shake.
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    Originally Posted by solstice View Post
    I LOVE the greek, but it's SO expensive- I shelled out $2.60 for a cup (first time I found/bought it)- do you know of a cheaper brand or where to get it in bulk? I get the Stonyfield Farms fat free plain for $3 at BJ's (warehouse club)... That has 4 cups to a carton...
    I'm in the UK, you can buy it in any supermarket here fairly cheap, I get total plain 0% fat.... Cost's about 50 - 60p per pot (78cals, 6 carbs, 14 protein, 0 fat). It's devine with PP mixed in, goes really creamy!
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    Originally Posted by Samus_Fan View Post
    Because a few people mentioned ricotta.... I had been wondering about eating that, but it has a very grainy texture. Is there a way to get rid of that???

    And I have tried to find greek yogurt and have yet to see it.... but I don't think there are any whole foods stores here.
    If you have a walmart anywhere around, they should carry the stonyfield yogurt...If you really cannot find it, its a tad more pricy but if you have the money the casein shakes are awesome. I hate the taste of cottage cheese so I use ON Casein.
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    what about substitude cottage cheese on my toast i don't like cottage cheese what would yall say would be better
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    I'd highly recommend quark if you come across it! It's readily available here in the UK but I think it's tricker to find across the Atlantic. Aside from that, I agree with the FF Greek yoghurt suggestion, or you could add casein protein to regular FF yoghurt for a similar nutrient profile.
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    I need a substitute for cottage cheese, and hate yogurt also. Any ideas? Thx man.
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    Originally Posted by robertltam View Post
    If you have a walmart anywhere around, they should carry the stonyfield yogurt...If you really cannot find it, its a tad more pricy but if you have the money the casein shakes are awesome. I hate the taste of cottage cheese so I use ON Casein.
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    I'd highly recommend quark if you come across it! It's readily available here in the UK but I think it's tricker to find across the Atlantic. Aside from that, I agree with the FF Greek yoghurt suggestion, or you could add casein protein to regular FF yoghurt for a similar nutrient profile.

    Hey man, I hate cottage cheese and ricotta cheese, and yogurt?? I need something else I can choke down. What about PB and J, I hate eating the J on my PB?? And salmon, gross, I need to start this workout but gotta get my diet 5x5, (square). Thx man
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    It is possible that you are intolerant of casein (rather than salt). It has similarities to gluten on a molecular level and not everyone can tolerate it. You could just have a whey shake before bed if you feel you need something, or alternatively get your protein from another source. Some turkey slices would work well as they contain tryptophan which aids sleep.
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    Originally Posted by c17combatvet View Post
    Hey man, I hate cottage cheese and ricotta cheese, and yogurt?? I need something else I can choke down. What about PB and J, I hate eating the J on my PB?? And salmon, gross, I need to start this workout but gotta get my diet 5x5, (square). Thx man
    Umm, what exactly are you looking for? Jelly has nowhere close to the macros of cottage cheese. Just something high in protein? How about eggs or meat (steak, pork, chicken, game meats, fish you like etc)? Just something high in cals - eat more of what you like. Simple.
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    Originally Posted by c17combatvet View Post
    Hey man, I hate cottage cheese and ricotta cheese, and yogurt?? I need something else I can choke down. What about PB and J, I hate eating the J on my PB?? And salmon, gross, I need to start this workout but gotta get my diet 5x5, (square). Thx man
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