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Old 11-12-2011, 10:56 AM   #1
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Does anyone have any brands or kinds they like? I am usually in the school of thinking that it's worth it to have a little regular cheese, but I'm giving the fat-free a try because of the plan I'm on.... looking for any suggestions on brands or advice on how to make the stuff more enjoyable.
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I like Kraft shredded cheddar the best. It melts and I like the taste.
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I'll second Kraft - I think they've improved it a bit over the years Good luck!!
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I'm partial to Smart Beat Fat Free cheese slices. There were the lowest everything I could find and go great on my lettuce wrapped burgers. I found them just at the regular grocery store.
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Babybel Light Cheese wheels. They're only sold in certain chains (I found mine at Publix). I love the stuff.
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Cabot low fat ones are pretty good. I shred mine for turkey tacos. Can't tell the difference.
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Cabot low fat ones are pretty good. I shred mine for turkey tacos. Can't tell the difference.
I don't like fat free cheese, but the Cabot 75% reduced fat is really good if you need to shred and melt it.
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Old 11-21-2011, 12:56 PM   #8
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I dont like the taste of cheese, so fat free cheese was something I always ate, before even attempting to lose weight.. I live the weight watchers string cheese.. 50 calories per stick and not too cheesy.
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