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2008/05/19 21:59:59 (permalink)
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Low fat cheese

Is there an extremely low fat cheese I can buy from Asda or Tesco that doesn't taste like sh*t?
I can not eat cottage cheese or quark in any shape or form.

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    theiopener
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    RE: Low fat cheese 2008/05/19 22:02:06 (permalink)
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    ive tried the rosemary conley 5% fat cheese, thats bordering on ok. 100g though has 37g of protein!
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    RE: Low fat cheese 2008/05/19 22:04:58 (permalink)
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    Cheers Eddie, I've not seen that before but it sounds ideal, I'll look out for it.
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    RE: Low fat cheese 2008/05/19 22:05:02 (permalink)
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    Is there a direct need for low fat cheese? Nice cheddar is far too nice to be ditched for tasteless cr*p - just use less IMO to fit in with calorie needs
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    RE: Low fat cheese 2008/05/19 23:14:57 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Tony Barnes

    Is there a direct need for low fat cheese? Nice cheddar is far too nice to be ditched for tasteless cr*p - just use less IMO to fit in with calorie needs


    I love cheddar Tony, especially mature cheddar with a piece of chicken of an evening, but I thought at 21 g of saturated fat per 100 g it should be avoided, no?
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    RE: Low fat cheese 2008/05/20 08:18:29 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Tony Barnes

    Is there a direct need for low fat cheese? Nice cheddar is far too nice to be ditched for tasteless cr*p - just use less IMO to fit in with calorie needs


    Agree
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    RE: Low fat cheese 2008/05/20 08:45:26 (permalink)
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    Can this roemary conley cheese be found in most supermarkets or will I have to look elsewhere?

    Cheers
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    RE: Low fat cheese 2008/05/20 08:48:06 (permalink)
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    If you keep your good undamaged polyunsaturated fats in check elsewhere in the diet, the sats from cheese are nothing more than energy.

    So long as you keep your total cals in line with what you are aiming for all is good.

    Annoyingly, I grated far too little cheese for my tea last night, I was most disappointed...
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