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    My 10 year old and I love the Dubliner cheese. I just bought another Kerrygold cheese this week the Reserve cheddar. It is very good, my 12 year old and husband will eat it too.

    I'll have to track it down and try some.

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    I live not far from Cheddar Gorge, thus I have lots of super tasty artisan cheeses available, even goat's and sheep's cheddars. Cheddar with cider is one of my favourites. Yes, I gorge on goat's cheddar.
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    I like to throw some almonds in a fry pan then shred cheddar or other cheese over it. Let it all melt then cool a bit. The cheese hardens and it makes a big crispy nut wafer. When I am craving a crispy snack this is great! This morning I cut up okra and did the same thing for an okra breakfast wafer with eggs.

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    I eat a bit of cheese (trying to estimate about 1 cubic inch for Paleotrack) about every other day. I like a sharp cheddar or cheddar-jack but will occasionally splurge on a ball of fresh mozzarella. I also like a good blue cheese on salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekymonster View Post
    I like to throw some almonds in a fry pan then shred cheddar or other cheese over it. Let it all melt then cool a bit. The cheese hardens and it makes a big crispy nut wafer. When I am craving a crispy snack this is great! This morning I cut up okra and did the same thing for an okra breakfast wafer with eggs.
    Brilliant! Now I want an egg and bacon breakfast sandwich with crispy cheese wafer for the "bread."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tribal Rob View Post
    Cheese is a type of meat so it's fine;

    I <3 The Mighty Boosh and good cheese!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo-bunny View Post
    I live not far from Cheddar Gorge, thus I have lots of super tasty artisan cheeses available, even goat's and sheep's cheddars. Cheddar with cider is one of my favourites. Yes, I gorge on goat's cheddar.
    Gorge on chedda - oh that's so punny
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    Cheese. Oh how bitter-sweet our relationship is. On the one hand, I could eat you for every meal without thinking twice. I could sprinkle you on my ice cream for God's sake. On the other hand... I reeaaaaaaaallly want that six pack I've been working towards.

    Cheese basically puts the brakes on weight loss for me ;(
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    I still lose weight eating cheese and it doesn't tip the balance on my digestion so I still have it! Usually parmesan (because of the lower lactose) but I also looove mozzarella in my omelets.

    I definitely have a point where it's too much though. That's why a small amount of cheese, and maybe some full fat cottage cheese, is basically my limit. Sometimes I try and reintroduce greek fermented yoghurt but I start getting sore tummies.

    I don't know how to compare the cheese I eat over here to the cheese everyone else is eating though! Such different brands and whatnot. We are like the dairy farming capital of the world (in our own eyes, at least) so hopefully that means our quality is high (or so I tell myself)
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    Cheeze - Halmoumi, deeped fried = WIN (but not primal lol unless grok had a deep fryer...)

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