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amylou80 Wed 01-Dec-10 16:12:35

Processed or ok for kids?

RumourOfAHurricane Wed 01-Dec-10 16:14:34

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nickeldonkeyonadustyroad Wed 01-Dec-10 16:15:10

processed cheese isn't necessarily a bad thing.

they're fine in moderation, as Shiney says.

loves2cycle Wed 01-Dec-10 16:19:42

My problem with them is the cost. My DS1 used to love them but as soon as I realised how expensive they were compared to a block of cheese I stopped buying them. Now he has chunks of plain old cheddar and seems happy enough.

GrimmaTheNome Wed 01-Dec-10 16:22:04

OK, though IIRC they are saltier than most normal cheese.

If you want convenient portions for lunchboxes, the little string bags of pieces may be a bit better I suppose.

RumourOfAHurricane Wed 01-Dec-10 16:32:49

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overmydeadbody Wed 01-Dec-10 16:34:51

You can't make cheese without processing it.

They are expensive, but no different to a few cubes of cheddar or some slices of Edam or Emmental or smoked aplewood, or a chuink of brie or cammembert, or some mozarella etc etc.

ICouldHaveWrittenThis Wed 01-Dec-10 16:36:54

What's this doing in the food section? Cheese strings aren't food wink

loves2cycle Wed 01-Dec-10 17:28:30

overmydeadbody they are way more expensive than a few chunks of cheddar, almost 3 or 4 times more. Maybe not more than the other types of cheese but I save those for weekends and holidays.

grumpypants Wed 01-Dec-10 17:33:51

Tesco do their own (cheaper) version.

overmydeadbody Wed 01-Dec-10 19:17:45

love2cycle not sure what your point is, but I am pretty aure I said they are way more expensive? That was my point, expensive but still cheese, just like all the others.

I was actually making the same point as you hmm

loves2cycle Wed 01-Dec-10 22:16:24

oh sorry overmydeadbody I misunderstood you. I thought you meant that ther were more expensive, just as expensive as the other cheeses. My mistake sorry!

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