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heating up cottage cheese......

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2011/03/10 22:57:44 (permalink)

heating up cottage cheese......

i like cottage cheese....quite alot actually!! just thinking about heating it up for 2 reasons really

1- just to change things up really and it might be a little nicer before bed

2- heating up milk is meant to be good before you go to sleep yada yada does the same thing apply or am i being a total and utter idiot!? if i am, lets forget this happened and yea....lol
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    markfj
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/10 23:00:54 (permalink)
    the texture might change abit after heating, cant say I have tried heating it, but I hate the stuff lol..cant see any harm though
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/10 23:05:05 (permalink)
    it's horrible, like very un-stretchy mozarella.
    or chewing gum.

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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/10 23:06:53 (permalink)
    ^this is how I magined it, I heate up quark once, warm slimey mess... and doesnt taste nice either lol
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/10 23:08:03 (permalink)
    hmmmmmmm, ill give it a try before i go bed , just wonder if itll damage the protein!?
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/10 23:11:19 (permalink)
    I am pretty sure its only extreme temps that damage protein
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/10 23:13:40 (permalink)
    ill stick it on 750w for 30secs or summit

    apparently with milk ur not even meant to microwave it, just bring it to a slow boil to not damage the proteins
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/10 23:14:27 (permalink)
    What brand of cottage cheese do you eat?

    I can't bear it myself.
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/10 23:17:34 (permalink)
    tesco's is the only one i can eat, and tbh i love it!!

    sainsburys cottage cheese is horrible imo really sour and watery

    morrison's if i can remember werent that bad, but tescos is really nice tbh, my mum and brother loves the onion and chive one aswell
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/11 00:43:57 (permalink)
    stealthy

    ill stick it on 750w for 30secs or summit

    apparently with milk ur not even meant to microwave it, just bring it to a slow boil to not damage the proteins

    that's bollocks.
    I'll not go into detail, just take my word for it.



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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/11 00:47:55 (permalink)
    haha kl kl, as i say its just suttink i heard, something about releasing the peptides or somethin, but yea when im not cutting i have warm milk everynight like a baby lol
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/11 07:39:08 (permalink)
    miiilk is for baaabies
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/11 09:18:53 (permalink)
    stealthy

    tesco's is the only one i can eat, and tbh i love it!!

    sainsburys cottage cheese is horrible imo really sour and watery

    morrison's if i can remember werent that bad, but tescos is really nice tbh, my mum and brother loves the onion and chive one aswell




    You would probably like Marks and Spencers if you like Tesco's.
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/11 09:45:36 (permalink)
    Tescos and M&S eh? I must try them. It's a handy evening snack but I've only tasted the sainsbury's one and that was rank.
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/11 11:43:13 (permalink)
    yea i tried heating it up lastnight.....its safe to say i wont be doing that again!!!

    ill give m and s ago, tescos is gonna be cheaper tho and tastes goooooooood
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    Re:heating up cottage cheese...... 2011/03/11 13:49:00 (permalink)
    give waitrose a try for cottage cheese, it tastes better than tescos, and comes in 600g tubs and its not a hideous price as i always thought waitrose was expensive
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