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vlf cottage cheese

squiddie

Starting Again!
#2
Most supermarkets sell their own brand, usually with their own healthy version so, Asda - Good for You, Tesco - Healthy Living/ Healthy Options (I'm not sure what their new version is called!), Sainsburys - Be Good to Yourself.

Hope that helps,

Natt xxx
 
#4
Hi Corrina, just a quick comment. I think the Waitrose low fat cottage cheese is lovely (and I recommend it), but the Sanisbury's one is awful - very liquidy rather than lumpy. I haven't tried the others, but I try to stock up from Waitrose.
 

c27858

Full Member
#5
I like the Longley Farm one. Morrisons sells it & maybe another supermarket. The virtually fat free one is still quite dry, not sloppy like some of the ones you get.
 

NN89

Sexy Member
#6
I got confused with this at first, as i couldn't find any that said 'very low fat' but i just use the healthy range now at my local supermarket..not checked if they're free but...fingers crossed hehe
 

Ninja

Silver Member
#7
I use Somerfields Healthy Choice cheese and chive cottage cheese. They do a plain one and a pineapple one, but I think there are syns in the Pineapple one.
 

lwtblb

Silver Member
#12
Don't know if anyone realises, but I've been using asda smart price cottage cheese for ages.

The last time I checked it was syn free and obviously much cheaper, tastes much more cheesy than the others too!
 

Mookey

Full Member
#13
I use the Asda Good for you Onion and chive, which is syn free (but the pineapple one isn't)
 


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