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Which Cheese Can You Not Live Without?

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BonjourChaton BonjourChaton 10 years
soy cheese!
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 10 years
Oh an my favorite Cheeses? Blue, Brie, and smoked anything.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 10 years
Dealist, maybe you should form your own opinion instead of spouting the philosophy of DR. Fuhrman and his "Eat to live" theory about diet. If its the way you feel, than great, but it isnt proven science. BTW this man says that the feelings of sickness, lightheadedness, headaches, and stomach cramping that you get when you skip a meal ISNT hunger its "detoxification" (rolls eyes)
redsugar redsugar 10 years
Perhaps Dealist should quote her source. http://drfuhrman.com/library/article13.aspx
redsugar redsugar 10 years
I love brie and would be very sad without it, but I don't eat it everyday or even every month. I eat it occasionally and enjoy every luscious, creamy bite.
Dealist Dealist 10 years
esk4: Hospitals are in business to keep you sick. Keep eating the cheese and see where you end up: AT Yale New Haven Hosptial so they can make more money off you.
VIOLHAINE VIOLHAINE 10 years
Right now, I'd say gorgonzola. (my current crush!) But I never tasted a cheese that I didn't like, so... I'd say I couldn't live without... CHEESE, in general! haha.
mollipop mollipop 10 years
I have food issues and can't eat dairy products without getting sick, but I absolutely love cheddar. So much in fact, that every once in a while I'll eat some regardless of the consequences!
Hope5 Hope5 10 years
American Cheese!
esk4 esk4 10 years
also dealist Dental Health. Cheese not only is noncariogenic (i.e., does not promote dental caries), but may also protect against dental caries (11,31). Dental caries results from the breakdown of tooth enamel (i.e., demineralization) by acids produced during the fermentation of sugars and starches by plaque bacteria (11,32). The critical pH for demineralization is in the range of 5.2 to 5.7 (11,33). The recent, first-ever report of the U.S. Surgeon General on the oral health of the American public describes dental caries as a "silent epidemic" (34). Prevention of this disease is therefore a public health priority. source: http://www.nationaldairycouncil.org/NationalDairyCouncil/Health/Digest/dcd73-5Page4.htm
esk4 esk4 10 years
dealist- An ounce of cheese (equal to four dice) is considered one serving and provides 200 - 300 mg of calcium. Most adults, ages 19 to 50, need 1,000 mg of calcium per day and adults ages 50 and older need 1,200 mg of calcium per day. Since milk is one of the main ingredients, cheese also provides a good source of protein and vitamin B2, riboflavin. (Information from American Dietetic Association) perhaps you should check out this article http://www.ynhh.org/online/nutrition/advisor/cheese.html from the Yale New Haven Hospital
vapidintuition vapidintuition 10 years
Havarti, baby bel, bel paese, muenster, and vintage white extra sharp cheddar from tillamook. I LOVE cheese.
SU3 SU3 10 years
All the above! :DROOL:
muffinhead muffinhead 10 years
t e l e m e cheeeeese. i can't live without it.
Dealist Dealist 10 years
Worst Seven Foods for Health and Longevity Butter CHEESE Potato Chips and French Fries Doughnuts Salt Sausage, hot dogs Pickled, smoked or barbequed meat Foods high in saturated fat and trans fat are consistently associated with high cancer rates. CHEESE and butter typically contain over ten times as much saturated fat as fish and white meat chicken and turkey. Salt has been consistently linked to stomach cancer and stroke, even in populations that eat diets low in saturated fat. Add the carcinogenic potential from heated and overcooked oils (usually trans containing) delivered in doughnuts and fries with the powerful cancer inducing properties of carbohydrates cooked at high heat (acrylamide formation) and you have a great cancer potion. Needless to say, I advise people to avoid the foods on my “worst list” entirely.
AucuneRancune AucuneRancune 10 years
I even forgo the use of cracker now; they're an unnecessary medium for moving the cheese to your mouth.
AucuneRancune AucuneRancune 10 years
I see Bucheron goat cheese up in that picture, and that's definitely one of my top picks. Also, aged gouda, and there are 2 kinds of Brie from Whole Foods that I only recognize by their label. I LOVE CHEESE!
figurine figurine 10 years
I could totally live without cheese. Lately, I only eat it on pizza which is, like, never.
Vannuccia Vannuccia 10 years
Where do I start?! Mozzarella, emmental, stracchino, parmesan, brie, camembert to name but a few. Apologies for all the spelling mistakes, I really should be in bed now!
wiggy wiggy 10 years
i LOVE all cheeses!!
Nygymnist Nygymnist 10 years
love american and mozzerella Hey Mambo no more a mozzerella MAMBO
brookrene brookrene 10 years
I chose Bleu, however i love Muenster equally. :)
JennaV JennaV 10 years
SWISS!
Gallina Gallina 10 years
I love cheese!! Faves include manchego, cave-aged gruyere, fresh mozzarella and ricotta salada (just tried it for the first time - love it!)
michellekral michellekral 10 years
All of the above!! I love goat, swiss, American, Blue, the list goes on and on
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