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Old 01-24-2013, 04:16 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I'm not sure really what is "in" low fat cottage cheese.
Ahh, dude, what you have linked must be some 'American' version of cottage cheese. Guar gum? Wtf. Anyway, here, in Europe, cottage cheese is basically the side-product of the cheese making process, naturally high in whey protein and low fat content, perfect bodybuilder food. It is relatively cheap as well. I had a friend who bought it from the cheese factory in 20 litre buckets My 18 months old daughter is allowed to eat this and my wife is like a shark when it comes to nutrition labels.
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