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For those who eat cottage cheese: what's your favorite brand?

pancakerunnerpancakerunner Posts: 976Member Member Posts: 976Member Member
I much prefer cottage cheese over greek yogurt, and I'm just curious to hear your favorite brands!
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  • GottaBurnEmAllGottaBurnEmAll Posts: 7,722Member Member Posts: 7,722Member Member
    Friendship, hands down. Nothing else even comes close.
  • deputy_randolphdeputy_randolph Posts: 818Member Member Posts: 818Member Member
    Wegmans organic brand 2%, Target brand 2%, and then Breakstone 2% (in that order)
  • Keto_VampireKeto_Vampire Posts: 1,692Member Member Posts: 1,692Member Member
    Friendship, hands down. Nothing else even comes close.

    I'll 2nd this (Friendship 4% - good consistency, both creamy & thick, not runny) but Breakstone 4% large curd is a close 2nd place (a bit different texture, combination of being both runny & creamy)

    Some store brands are ok (Target) but pale in comparison (a bit more "gummy" texture - I would say the worst I've tried would probably be Publix - just slimy, congealed)
    edited December 2018
  • jgnatcajgnatca Posts: 14,495Member Member Posts: 14,495Member Member
    I’m not sure we have the same branding in Canada. My favourite is Dairyland.
  • glassyoglassyo Posts: 3,835Member Member Posts: 3,835Member Member
    I like the Vons/Pavilions/Safeway (well, Lucerne) no salt added cottage cheese.

    I do like it better than greek yogurt too but sometimes my market's so I have to suffer. :)
  • born_of_fire74born_of_fire74 Posts: 753Member Member Posts: 753Member Member
    Dairyland is also my favourite.

  • 2baninja2baninja Posts: 441Member Member Posts: 441Member Member
    Crowleys small curd 4%, it's all I've ever eaten.
  • admaarieadmaarie Posts: 4,241Member Member Posts: 4,241Member Member
    Gay lea Nordica (Canadian brand)
  • leanjogreen18leanjogreen18 Posts: 2,492Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,492Member, Premium Member
    Meadow Gold with a strawberry or raspberry pinch of powder sugar free jello.
  • earlnabbyearlnabby Posts: 7,360Member Member Posts: 7,360Member Member
    I buy cottage cheese produced by local dairies. It helps that I live in a state that produces a lot of dairy. I find Dean's and Prairie Farms to be really good. They are both regional companies.
  • CSARdiverCSARdiver Posts: 5,866Member Member Posts: 5,866Member Member
    Dean's 4% large curd - amazeballs!

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  • lemurcat2lemurcat2 Posts: 2,941Member Member Posts: 2,941Member Member
    earlnabby wrote: »
    I buy cottage cheese produced by local dairies. It helps that I live in a state that produces a lot of dairy. I find Dean's and Prairie Farms to be really good. They are both regional companies.

    Dean's is good. I didn't know it was local to you (I guess it's semi local to me, as I'm in a neighboring state).

    Other than that I'll get it at the farmers market.
  • trisH_7183trisH_7183 Posts: 1,463Member Member Posts: 1,463Member Member
    Great Value 4%Milkfat from Walmart. I drain all cottage cheese,don’t do sloppy.
    Also check all dairy dates. Worth the time.JMO
  • workinonit1956workinonit1956 Posts: 1,028Member Member Posts: 1,028Member Member
    I like Daisy (regular, not the low fat).
  • strongerbythedaystrongerbytheday Posts: 116Member Member Posts: 116Member Member
  • LounmounLounmoun Posts: 8,433Member Member Posts: 8,433Member Member
    I usually just get the store brand of whatever store I am shopping at.
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 6,616Member Member Posts: 6,616Member Member
  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 2,637Member Member Posts: 2,637Member Member
    I have no clue where else this is sold besides Michigan, but it is the Michigan brand large curd 4% cottage cheese. To die for - I think it has just the right amount of saltiness and creaminess and the curds have just the right amount of firmness for a good mouthfeel.

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