Cheese is a dairy product prepared with milk by adding curd, vinegar and lemon juice. Some cheeses have molds on their rind, the outer layer, or even throughout. Most cheeses generally melt at cooking temperature. Cheese can be categorised into fresh cheese, aged fresh cheese, soft white, semi soft, hard cheese, blue cheese and flavour added cheese.
Go for fresh cheese. Avoid if it has dry edges. Keep in mind to check the “best before” date on the package properly.
Overconsumption of cheese can cause weight gain and lactose intolerant people must avoid it.(2)
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