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2011/04/05 07:17:12 (permalink)
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Quark replacement?...

Hello anyone reading...please could I have some help?
 
I have to have 35g quark as part of a snack...but I've just had enough of quark for a while...I need a break...I was thinking about eating some almonds instead, but I'm not sure how many are equivelant to 35g of quark?...it's not the weight thing, it's the protein part I'm not sure of...maybe 6 to 8 almonds?  sorry if it's a daft question.....thanks for any help....
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    Chamber
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/05 07:33:30 (permalink)
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    http://www.calorieking.com/foods/
     
    8 = 2g of protein.
     
    There's bout 5g in 35g of quark, I think...?
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/05 08:26:29 (permalink)
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    http://www.calorieking.com/foods/

    8 = 2g of protein.

    There's bout 5g in 35g of quark, I think...?


    Thank you very much....
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/05 15:29:35 (permalink)
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    do you eat your quark with anything??

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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/05 22:30:40 (permalink)
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    I had about 100g with some Hazlenut options today for the first time, my stomach didnt feel well.
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/05 22:34:26 (permalink)
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    I have mine with chopped fresh fruit and sometimes some pumpkin seeds...
     
    I also make jelly and put quark into that and pour into little individual bowls and have one as a pudding...not naughty....and very noicce!...
     
    also have had it on toast or bread with chopped up sundried tomatoes...mmmm.....
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/05 22:47:17 (permalink)
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    Ive switched to Tesco Light Choices Fromage Frais, slightly less protein content but lower in sugary carbs, i find it goes down better with fruit as well
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/06 18:41:25 (permalink)
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    try it with low fat natural yogurt.. i know its a little sugary with yogurt but tastes great with that and a few berries!!

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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/07 17:24:38 (permalink)
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    I love the natural yoghurt - you could always mix some protein powder in it
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/07 20:30:12 (permalink)
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    Low fat Fromage frais, but of protein powder and some chopped up strawberry's, lovely!

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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/07 21:48:55 (permalink)
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    Thanks, some great ideas....I got some 0% fat greek yoghurt  today...tried it for my afternoon snack with a small amount of almonds ....it was a bit much though.....I couldn't finish......I might go between one or the other....just for the change...
     
    Thanks everyone...much appreciated...
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/08 09:38:31 (permalink)
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    15-20 drops of MP Raspberry flavadrops work a treat in a tub of quark or greek yogurt.
    post edited by Will8801 - 2011/04/08 09:39:33

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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/08 21:32:10 (permalink)
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    Will8801

    15-20 drops of MP Raspberry flavadrops work a treat in a tub of quark or greek yogurt.


    nice idea...on board with that...ta....:)
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    Re:Quark replacement?... 2011/04/10 17:22:56 (permalink)
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    Have you tried mixing it with a teaspoon of hartleys sugar free jelly?
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