I'm trying to make a French recipe that uses Faisselle. Wondering if any of you know of any equivalent/alternative that I could find here in the U.S.? Faisselle is a type of "fromage blanc" that is not whipped, so it has a certain texture to it, not smooth at all. It can be eaten either with sweeteners (typically just white sugar) or with salt and pepper. If you whipped it you'd get something that gets kinda close to sour cream, albeit not really. Hard to describe. Thanks!