I don't particularly care for goat cheese, what would be a
good subsitute for recipes?
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It depends on the recipe of course, but I've found feta typically works well in place of goat cheese.
Thanks, I'll give feta a try...is it creamy enough?
Cream cheese seems to melt in a similar way.
Feta cheese was voted the best, but I'm inclined to agree with you that cream cheese will melt. Thanks jsdunbar.
Queso Fresco may be a good option. I found a little info for you over at The Kitchn http://www.thekitchn.com...
la domestique....thanks for the web site ... I think this will
do the job!
hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.
If you can find a cow's milk fromage blanc it would be a perfect sub, but it's not super easy to find.
Thanks hla -- we have Mexican shops that carry fromage blanc.
I think this is a perfect subsitute.
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