does anyone else eats it?
My mrs tried it once in a pasta dish as she's on slimming world and they thinks its better for you.
I do. Jindalee, try mixing it with salted caramel.
Also, the fat-free quark is amazing for a really light baked cheesecake.
You can buy it in jars in France, but it can be quite hard to find in England. Mine is from a breton-style creperie (French people spread it on pancakes as well as stirring it into their fromage blanc). But if you can't get any you can make your own: http://www.recipegirl.com/2011/12/17/salted-caramel-sauce-printable-labels/
Edit: here's some.
Oh, yeah, that'd be easiest. They can get it from Monoprix.
I thought it was the noise that Posh ducks made
I thought it was an elementary particle - I eat those all the time.
NO. I also refuse to eat any other Ferengi
Isn't quark an elementary particle?
It is a delicious yoghurt-like creamy cheese, and you lot don't know what you're missing.
It's not delicious, it's a bit yoghurt like and taste nothing like chesse. In fact it tastes of nothing. Just creamy nothingness. Total waste of money.
It is delicious. In a sort of nothingy way. The problem is you can mostly only get the fat-free version here, which is only good for cooking with. You need the proper hardcore full-fat stuff for real enjoyment.
No you don't! I eat low-fat quark, preferably the cherry, apricot or strawberry kinds, here in Germany you can get it with all sorts of fruit. Delicious for dessert. I also eat low-fat joghurt, for choice the chocolate flavoured one.
Ah, I also eat full-fat yoghurt. Yum.
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