I was in the supermarket, scanning yogurt after yogurt after yogurt, when I stumbled upon ricotta. This wasn’t weird per se. Tubs of ricotta—for everything from honey-drizzled crostini to extra-cheesy lasagnas—are no stranger to the dairy aisle. But these weren’t big containers. They were single-serving containers, meant to be eaten as a snack.

Is this a thing?


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