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Extra Smooth Ricotta Cheese ??

Nunyo B.
on 2/18/10 9:12 am
Ok, was I dreaming or did I read here someone said they found Sargento brand extra smooth ricotta somewhere?  I can't find it anywhere near me, not even the regular Sargento brand, so, I wrote to the company and asked.  The rep who wrote me back didn't seem to know what I was talking about when I said "extra smooth."  Is it labeled "extra smooth" and it's a seperate variety than the others, or is the "extra smooth" just a marketing banner?  And is Sargento the actual brand or was it from another company?

Thanks all!  I'm in the mood for fluff and thought I'd try the extra smooth and creamy. 
Renee2007
on 2/18/10 9:22 am - Central, FL
At my local Walmarts they carry the Sorrento Brand called Velvety Smooth. It's the best I have ever used. They only carry it in the smaller container that I have seen.

Renee
 My DS   
SW/263  CW/136 GW/150



(deactivated member)
on 2/18/10 9:23 am
DS on 10/19/09 with
Hi Lyndia,

Actually, it isn't Sargento, it's Sorrento. And it's called "Sorrento Velvety Smooth Ricotta". Good luck finding it!

Jenna
yorkieGal
on 2/18/10 9:30 am - Clermont, FL
I use the Sorrento Velvetty smooth, in fact it is so good that I refuse to buy the other kind now!! My local superwalmart carries it but my other local stores don't. I make a special trip to Walmart just to get it and I buy half a dozen tubs at a time (they have a long shelf life and I make a batch if fluff every couple of days!!). Try using some Fage yoghurt 2% in with your ricotta for the fluff as well as the whipped topping ~! it tastes great!!

yorkie xxx

Had a band in 2005 at 280lbs, had band removed and DS done on Jan 22nd 08 at 220lbs in Spain, now 135lbs and a size 4!! Happy as a Clam!!Dontcha love the DS? It's the best tool around!!                

                   

Valerie G.
on 2/18/10 9:53 am - Northwest Mountains, GA
Breakstones is another to try.  It's extra smooth without saying so .

Valerie
 9 years post op DS 
There is room on this earth for all of God's creatures..next to the mashed potatoes

Nunyo B.
on 2/18/10 9:56 am
Thanks, ladies.  I'm sitting here laughing at myself.  I bet the rep from Sargento's was looking at her computer screen like!   I feel so blonde!  Ok, so now I'll look for the correct brand.  I know my local super Wal-Mart doesn't carry it, either.  They only carry an off-brand that tastes horrible, and Kroger only carries one brand as well.  Guess I'll have to look at Marsh and Meijer, and if they don't have it, I'm SOL.

Thanks again! 
(deactivated member)
on 2/18/10 10:00 am
DS on 10/19/09 with
Sorrento's website has a product locator, I think. That's how I found a store near me that carried it.
Nunyo B.
on 2/18/10 10:05 am
Thanks, Jenna,  I used the product locator and apparently there aren't any stores within a 20 mile radius of where I live that carry it.  Figures.  I've tried finding the Breakstone brand, too, but no luck.  ARGH!
GoBlue
on 2/18/10 8:03 pm
Lyndia,

I've always bought Breakstones ricotta at Fresh Market on 146th St...there's one in Broad Ripple too.   I'll have to try the Sorrento brand too...but I love Breakstones.
Kathy

Counting down to PS with Dr S  on 10-15-11 
Nunyo B.
on 2/19/10 7:50 am
Thanks for the tip, Kathy.  I'll have to check it out next time I'm up that way.  How are you doing?  I've missed you at the last couple of meetings.  Hope you're doing well.  Take care.