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    I've never tried using cream cheese in my pasta dishes...how much do you use, for spagetti as an example? Do you use the whole tub or just a few spoons of it?

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    It depends on your taste, you can also make a sauce that is tomato and cream cheese, they call it a rose sauce. I'd just add and taste
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    Quote Originally Posted by gameprogirl View Post
    It depends on your taste, you can also make a sauce that is tomato and cream cheese, they call it a rose sauce. I'd just add and taste
    That's exactly what I do, Gameprogirl...I've even substituted sour cream into a tomato-based sauce and the results were yummy! With the ingredient list in Philly Creme (notice they can't even call it Phylly Cream?), I'll take a pass on it. There are so many real foods out there that are healthier...at my age, I'm not taking any chances!



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    Lynn, the Philly Creme pretty much tastes like sour cream, too! We were pretty disappointed...

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