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A coarse type of cottage cheese.
- ‘Note that the recipe will work well with either farmer's or pot cheese.’
- ‘As a little girl, my great (maternal) grandmother Elsie fed me noodles and pot cheese.’
- ‘Creating this delight took hours: it meant weighing down ‘pot cheese’ with a heavy board to drain the moisture and then pressing it though a sieve before the other ingredients were added.’
pot cheese/ˈpät ˌCHēz/
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