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Old 25.11.2020, 15:17
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Re: Cream cheese for Frosting?

Gala semi-soft cheese (made by Emmi) is the closest I've found to the American brick-style Philadelphia cream cheese: relatively firm and a bit salty. I've baked several New York-style cheesecakes with success. The drawbacks are that it's a bit expensive to purchase a large amount of it, and it's a pain to remove the metallic wrapping from each portion. (Top tip: remove it while the cheese is straight out of the fridge and still firm, if the cheese softens a bit it gets messy real fast.)


Available at Coop, Micros, and often Denner. Maybe others as well, it's pretty common.


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