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May 21st '14, 09:52 AM  
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How many grams is a tub of Quark?

Beening going through the slimming world recipes and came across this http://www.socialslimmers.com/slimmi...t-roulade.html
Sounds like something I'd give a go

Only thing is, how much is 'a tub of quark'? Is that a standard measurement? I don't even know what it is but I'm guessing it comes in different sizes depending on shop?
May 21st '14, 09:53 AM  
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ok, what is quark? I'm guessing is some kind of formarge frais / yogurt type replacement?
May 21st '14, 10:28 AM  
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I'm not quite sure how big Quark tubs are in the UK - over here they are MASSIVE lol. But to answer the second question, it's a bit more like cream cheese than fromage frais - thicker and a teensy bit cheesy (and with lots less fat)
May 21st '14, 11:07 AM  
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That roulade recipe is 250g of quark (I've edited it to save confusion). I've seen a few recipes that say a tub. Had a look at sainsburys and tescos and it seems 250g is pretyy much the standard.

Hope that helps
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Feb 6th '15, 17:55 PM  
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Love the half syn roulade
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