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  1. susan70

    susan70 Gold Member

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    Ive never used this at all but been reading on here about it, am I right in thinking you can use it for both sweet and savouy?

    If I used it as sweet would it be more cheesecakey than the nat yog I normally use?

    Could i use it as a topping for pasta tyle meals??

    sorry these may seem like daft questions but Ive never used it before but would like to give it a try.
     
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    Yes , you can use it for both , its a very low fat soft cheese , ideal for cooking , and using cold
     
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    judimac Mad old Bat with Attitude

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    I have a tub in the fridge as we speak! I use it where I would normally use cream cheese.
     
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    Hello
    I used it for the first time ever today, to make potato salad. It basically tastes like natural yoghurt, to me. But really thick!
     
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    weemo Trying again!!!

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    I have used it when making spaghetti carbonara and a vegetable bake, havent used it as yet for any sweet dishes.xx
     
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