RC Cheese

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  1. j70joj

    j70joj Full Member

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    Just wondered if anyone had tried the RC cheese, I was wondering whether to order some and would appreciate your feed back.

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  3. SarahSez

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    I love it ... its mature so you dont need much when cooking or even using it grated in a sandwich and it isnt 'spongy' like other low fat cheeses.
     
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    i didnt like it myself, if your a lover of cheese i dont think you will like it
     
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    I love cheese though, and I don't buy any other now .... all personal choice I guess.

    My suggestion is try it and see for yourself. However, if you only like mild cheese it may be too strong for you.
     
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    I couldnt find it in Asda, so opted for the WW cheese! I havent tried it yet, but I assume this will be ok to have....think it was 3% fat to 100gm.....
     
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    You can no longer get it in the supermarkets, only from classes or online I'm afraid.
     
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    Scotsmist Life is not a Rehersal!

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    Ah, thanks Sarah
    Checked the cheese again from WW and it is 6% fat, not what I thought, but still not too bad. I havent had any cheese apart from philly light! But, I would just have a small piece grated to flavour :)
     
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    i thought the WW cheese was 10% fat?
     
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    I have to admit to HATING the RC cheese :( Reminds me of dry rubber. It was the longest lasting cheese in my fridge ever - so it works lol:D
     
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    ww cheese is horrible or i think so anyway the only time i have it is if i fancy cheese on toast.
     
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