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Of course you can BUT, your final product will suffer greatly. I'm a professional Pastry Chef and wouldn't consider doing it for any reason.
It is true that you can use the cottage cheese, you could even use ricotta cheese which Italians have a Ricotta Cheese Pie and Sambucca Liqueur is used as a flavoring. It is delicious. Using cottage cheese, which I have, really does not taste good, not only in my opinion but others who have tried to cut calories. Either use less cream cheese with less ...
You can, yes and you use the same amount as you would cream cheese. Refs: http://ni.lovefoodhatewaste.com/node/1414 http://dish.allrecipes.com/common-ingredient-substitutions/
Yes you can in small quantities. My mum used to do a lot of cake decorating, and still does bits with my kids. Adding small amounts of liquid such as flavoring/colouring is perfectly fine. It is important to knead it in properly. You can use a small quantity of icing sugar to prevent it sticking, but the main thing is to keep handling to a minimum where ...
As long as you add enough liquid to the chocolate, it won't clomp up. This means you'll have to add your liquid flavoring to the cream and mix it well. Afterwards, make the ganache as any other white ganache, you shouldn't have any problems. Chips are even less likely to be a problem than real chocolate.
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