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Whipped cottage cheese

piccola Dec 25, 2007 06:32 PM

Has anyone seen Friendship brand whipped cottage cheese? The product finder on their website doesn't include Canada (as usual).

I'm not necessarily set on the brand, it's just the only one I've found that comes in 1% or less. If you have any suggestions for similar products, by all means, post.


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    wontonfm Dec 25, 2007 09:06 PM

    I remember a few years ago eating a whipped cream cheese made by Astro. Haven't looked for it recently so I'm not sure if they even make it but I used to find it at Loblaws.

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    1. re: wontonfm
      piccola Dec 26, 2007 03:28 PM

      It's a start. Thanks.

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      torontogal Dec 27, 2007 12:32 PM

      I, too, would be interested in finding whipped Cottage Cheese in the Toronto area. I've wanted to try a recipe that calls for it "Friendship 1% Whipped Spreadable as it has 16 g of protein and only 3 g of carbs", but I can't seem to find it anywhere. I think I might try just putting 1% cottage cheese in a blender and see what happens.

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      1. re: torontogal
        piccola Dec 27, 2007 04:55 PM

        Oh, sure, make the rest of us look lazy. :)

        1. re: piccola
          sherry f Dec 29, 2007 03:49 AM

          Friendship is definitely only in the US. You may want to try Daiters Lana Brand .5% MF. I have seen it (besides Daiters) at Nortown and at Loblaws in Forest Hill Village. I have also seen Breakstones cottage cheese in the kosher dairy sections of stores along the Bathurst St. corridor.I think there is a whipped brand. Lastly J&J (seen at Dominion Lawrence Plaza-kosher dairy aisle) definitely has lowfat whipped cream cheese (not sure about the cottage).

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        embee Dec 29, 2007 09:43 AM

        I don't know if you will find Friendship brand in Toronto, but it will be in a store with a large Jewish clientele if you can get it anywhere at all. Try calling Daiter's and Western Creamery. If it is made locally, they would be the source(s). Otherwise you will need to get the Western or Daiter's pressed cottage cheese at your desired fat level and blend it.

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