Why not cheese?
This is the question.
Yikes… So many mixed emotions on this. Agree or disagree. I’m just going to answer that question based on what I know. Dairy products (milk from cows or goats) help little baby calves grow fast. Breast milk is what we humans feed our babies for the first few months, year(s), decades in some cases. I mean to each his own in this case.
Lactose can produce inflammation within your body which can lead to obesity, diabetes, an increase in autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. It’s also full of sodium.
Cheese is addictive. You tend to consume too much as a time, every time. There is proof of this. It’s all about the source of casein and how it breaks down into casomorphins in your gut. I just lost you. I get it. Look it up. I’m not here to bore you.
Is it BAD for you? Yes and no. Should it be consumed in moderation? Yes.
You don’t know if it affects you unless you give it up. True story.
It’s all fun and games until you ask someone to give up cheese. You become a punching bag.
I love cheese and yes, I still eat it every now and then. I don’t make casseroles with it or pizza or really anything. BUUUUUUTTT… I have found a new cheese sauce that is completely paleo. It is from www.thehoneststand.com. Tonight, I made chicken spaghetti with the cheddar dip. You know the kind that your mom uses to make with Velveeta and rotel.
When you purchase Velveeta from the shelf and not in the fridge, does that trigger your thoughts of it can’t be real cheese? Food for thought there, you’re welcome.
This cheese sauces ingredients include water potatoes, cashews, carrots, onions, vinegar, sea salt, garlic powder.
This is what I used:
Spaghetti squash; The Honest Stand Cheddar; 2 rotisserie chickens; 1 can Rotel
Bake your squash
Debone your chickens
Mix rotel and cheese
Place all ingredient in 9×11 baking dish
Bake at 350 for 45 minute and an hour
Bring healthy cheese back to your entrees.
Strong – Mitzi