Since i posted about that ricotta/(minimal) sugar/cocoa (or coffee grounds) thing, I wonder if anyone tried it or plans on trying it.I figured I would issue an extremely serious WARNING concerning Ricotta Cheese.DO NOT, FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER, EXCEPT POSSIBLY UNDER DURESSE, BUY SARGENTO FAT FREE RICOTTA. NOT TO EAT IT ANYWAY.I accidentally bought it yesterday... thankfully as I opened I noticed it had a strange looking consistency... looked at the container again and noticed the FAT FREE writing... so I figured I'd taste a teaspoon of it before using it for my meal.Well, let me tell you.I work on my own car, and from time to time I've had car fluids accidentally touch my tongue etc. etc. etc. ... I can fairly confidently say that I'd rather eat a salad with vinegar and Mobil 1 Synthetic Motor oil in it than eat that garbage SARGENTO had the gall to call ricotta.I'm debating returning it to the store and asking for a refund. I've never done that before in a grocery store, but honestly the stuff is such hideous garbage that I think someone should be shot in the head for calling it ricotta.Given that experience I will most definitelly steer clear of SARGENTO for anything. If they call that cementlike putrid substance Ricotta... who knows what else they're capable of.For the record I've had great success with POLLY-O brand Ricotta, always rigorously either ORIGINAL or CLASSIC, never LOW FAT, FAT FREE etc.Alessandro
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