cheese for heart-healthy diet

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+1 So far, from what I have seen, substitutes do more harm than good and synthetic foods/additives should be avoided. I think everything in moderation should be the healthiest eating habits unless someone has specific health issues.
 
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Healthy Heart Diet = If it tastes good, spit it out. More seriously, I agree with Indylan, you are better off with smaller amounts of the real thing than larger amounts os substitutes. The real thing is usually a healthy food if eaten in moderation. Substitutes may be low in certain "harmful" ingredients but their ingredient list usually reads like a hazmat site description.
 
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I'm addicted to Emmentaler, Castello Blue, Gouda, and Brie. I couldn't live without eating quark.
 
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 Originally Posted By: moribundman
I'm addicted to Emmentaler, Castello Blue, Gouda, and Brie. I couldn't live without eating quark.
I had some Camembert made from raw milk in Normandy a couple of weeks ago. It was outstanding. I wish US food sanitation standards were high enough to allow raw milk cheeses to be readily available.
 
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 Originally Posted By: moribundman
I'm addicted to Emmentaler, Castello Blue, Gouda, and Brie. I couldn't live without eating quark.
wow mori we are on fire today. gouda goes down well with me. definitely my favourite.
 
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