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    Fat Free Chedder Cheese Instead of Far Free Cottage Cheese?

    I recently got some Kraft Fat Free Chedder Cheese looked at its nutrition

    1/2 cup
    90 cal
    18g protein
    5g carb
    0g fat
    24% sodium

    I then compared it to Fat Free Cottage Cheese

    1/2 cup
    70 cal
    12 protein
    5 carb
    0 fat
    19% sodium

    Since they are both composed of caesin protein, wouldn't Fat Free Chedder Cheese be a better pre-sleep meal because it has a better protein-to-carb ratio?
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    depends on your goals. For me I am bulking so I'd rather have the Cheddar Cheese since it has more cals and protein.
    I went to Rhodestown and all I got was this high cholesterol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scooter View Post
    depends on your goals. For me I am bulking so I'd rather have the Cheddar Cheese since it has more cals and protein.
    As offset by the fat it would be lower in protein.

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    thats a good find. i actually enjoy cheddar more so this could be great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 123 champ View Post
    I recently got some Kraft Fat Free Chedder Cheese looked at its nutrition

    1/2 cup
    90 cal
    18g protein
    5g carb
    0g fat
    24% sodium

    I then compared it to Fat Free Cottage Cheese

    1/2 cup
    70 cal
    12 protein
    5 carb
    0 fat
    19% sodium

    Since they are both composed of caesin protein, wouldn't Fat Free Chedder Cheese be a better pre-sleep meal because it has a better protein-to-carb ratio?
    I use the craft fat free singles nearly every day to my chicken breast sandwiches. I have tried, Cheddar, American, Swiss and Mozarella and they all taste great. The problem with fat free cheese is when you need to cook it. It doesn't look tasty after it has been heated...

    Tried some shredded cheddar cheese on pizza me and my wife used. It was kraft fat free. After taking it out of the oven, it looks like a sheet if orange plastic was over the pizza and it had the texture of it too!

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    Plus man you cant eat Chedder cheese and P. Cottage Cheese and PB, my bedtime meal, is the meal i look most forward to everyday.

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    i came up with a pretty good receipe with the cheese yesterday

    steam 2 cups of spinach with about 5 minced garlic for 3 minutes seasoned with italian seasoning, black pepper, cayenne pepper, basil, oregano, and parsely (or whatever herbs you want). Then add 1/2 - 3/4 cup of kraft fat free cheese directly on top of the spinach and steam for an additional 1-2 minutes (untill the cheese is melted). serve over pasta, chicken, eggs, a burger or just eat it by itself. its delicious
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