[Sca-cooks] American Substitution and Translation

Sharon Palmer ranvaig at columbus.rr.com
Sun May 6 15:27:06 PDT 2012

>What is quark called in the United States? I don't want to use 
>cottage cheese. Any ideas for substitutions or recipes?

You can find Quark in the US, at least in some places.  It's not 
really the same as other dairy products but if you need it as an 
ingredient, ricotta or drained yogurt are possible substitutions, the 
flavor is different but depending on the recipe it may not matter. 
Or you could make your own quark.

Here are some links:


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