Dmitriy Stepanov: Is it used as starter substitute for making bread? The dry curd cheese should be available in Russian stores in Sacramento.
CrazyIvan1988: Can we have store bought colby cheese?
jean picard: Dont know how I got to this video, but im in love
neurocosm: LOL @2:35 I love your "mean" I can't open this right now" look! :) And thank you for the great information. I don't have any diet-restrictions per say, but, I did find a non-flour recipe and recommended using this (as opposed to egg whites), so I thank you!
Crissy Renee: PCC West Seattle!
Donna Schnaath: I live in MIssouri, and are their national chain grocery stores that carry this like Schnuck's? Or, if I ask them, would they order it?? Never heard of this. I bet if I can get it, it won't be under $3. Nothing for SCD has been too pocketbook friendly that I've seen so far, man!! Thanks for post.
skydavidhealth: Would be good to find or make it organic!
okmontreal: I just watched a video about cheese. Life with crohns is making me retarded. Oh, and i love that it's called "Hoop" cheese...my hoop is burnin' lol. Thanks good info.
fernpixel: Yikes! Really? Its still under $3 for me. I haven't bought it in a while because I've been using my yogurt instead.
karpdiem2: This cheese now runs about $4.99 for a small package, when you can find it!
fernpixel: You can search for SCD cheesecake recipe ;) There's a bunch of them online. There are also a couple of SCD cookbooks on Amazon.
o00thunderhawk00o: how do you make cheesecake out of it? do you just replace cream cheese with it?
fernpixel: Lucky! At my store its always about $3 for 8oz. which I think is a bit pricey. My favorite thing to make out of it is cheesecake. I usually eat it plain :)
o00thunderhawk00o: i always find this stuff for 50% off at stores cuz no one buys it. so i pick it up cuz its a fantastic protein source. no fat and low carb. im trying to find good recipes to use it with.
aaron maxim: going to find dccc tomorrow for im newly diagnosed with crohns but everyone is talking about it and no ones really telling me what TO DO with it...cook with it,just eat it raw?
qasion: I got it today in my local chain super market,,bought 2, lovely.
qasion: I went to friendshipdairies site, browsed it good, and I got the stores that carry their Dry Curd Cheese.
NazirJaaan: @fernpixel where can u find dccc? i live in southern california and we mostly have trader joe's, sprouts, and whole foods as the places that might contain something like dccc.
thehotavocado: thanks SO much for sharing. we are doing GAPS/SCD -- so, thank you for the explanation. Also, you are so pretty! :)
Noa Erlitzki: Hi, just wanted to let everybody know that this is actually the same thing as cottage cheese with the whey (liquid) drained out and removed. You can make your own (called Tvorog, it's a Russian curd cheese): pour 1/2 gallon milk plus 2 cups buttermilk into a pot, let sit in a warm place overnight. The next day, heat covered without stirring on the lowest setting on your stove for an hour. The curd will separate from the whey. Let drain in a cheesecloth overnight.