Aldi Quark

Discussion in 'Diet & Nutrition' started by Sunna, Jan 30, 2020.

  1. Sunna

    Sunna

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    My local aldi stoped selling quark over Xmas but when it came back it was thicker and tasted better.
    But now it's gone all acidic anybody else noticed this.
     
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  2. bertos

    bertos Full Member

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    Cannot get into quark, acidic or no. Stuff is horrible.
     
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  3. SteveB

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    I think quark is supposed to be acidic mate. At least the stuff I.... Or my Mrs gets is.
     
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  4. Proteinbrah

    Proteinbrah Top Contributor

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    Nope, horrible stuff

    I only shop in Waitrose anyway, peasant :D
     
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  5. kipper

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    Mix in a bit of flavoured protein powder, makes it much better.
    Or flavour drops.
     
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  6. phani tikkala

    phani tikkala Plenty O'Toole Top Contributor

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    Susan boyle's fanny batter tastes better
     
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  7. Greedy Ben

    Greedy Ben Top Contributor

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    Just get their 0% fat greek yoghurt instead.
     
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  8. Robbie

    Robbie Top Contributor

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    Quark is rank.

    Arla protein yoghurts are 4 for £3 in Tesco at the moment
     
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  9. Sjundea

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    Aldi have skyr as well for like 70p a tub of 500g. Perfect with a scoop of whey and some fruit.
     
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