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The tooth dairy: here’s how you incorporate cheese iInto every meal

23 September 2015 [15:47] - TODAY.AZ

Cheese is the most important part of any meal. Breakfast omelettes aren’t the same without a healthy doze of cheddar, lunchtime sandwiches need extra slices of Swiss and you can’t imagine a pasta dinner without a couple of sprinkles (or handful) of shaved parmigiano reggiano.

Cheese has been there for you more times than your best friend. You need to make it a point to chill with it every chance you get. From the moment you wake up to those late-night cravings, here’s how to intertwine cheese into your life so much you practically bleed mozzarella.

Yeah, you can go the traditional route and get bagels and cream cheese but this is way better.

The big cheese: Ricotta. It’s sweet, used for desserts and good for baking.

The co-stars: Toast (duh), honey and figs. Sprinkling a touch of sea salt is also a must to balance out the sweetness of the honey and the ricotta.

Old-school grilled cheese is for basic b*tches. Step up your bread and cheese game with a French take on the traditional ham and cheese.

The big cheese: Gruyere. It’s Swiss and used for fancy things like quiche and fondue.

The co-stars: Ham and egg. If you’re not a huge egg junkie (what’s wrong with you?) opt for a croque monsieur, which is made without it.


Linner: Halloumi

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It’s fried cheese. There’s no way to f*ck this up.

The big cheese: Brace yourself, halloumi. It’s a mixture of goat and sheep milk, and the extraordinarily high melting point means that it’s easily fried or grilled without exploding.

The co-stars: None. It’s fried cheese. That’s virtually it. You’re welcome.


Dinner: Risotto Alfredo

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Ditch your mac for a gooey, comforting risotto.

The big cheese: Parmesan, also known as the Regina George of all cheese because it ruins lives.

The co-stars: Heavy cream and chicken broth. You can also add white wine in there — it’s optional — but why wouldn’t you?


Drunk Snack: Quesadilla

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Whether you grab it from Taco Bell or make your own in a drunken stupor, a little bit of cheese-stuffed dough is all you need to cure your munchies.

The big cheese: There is a whole world of possibility out there: cheddar, Monterrey jack, colby, you name it.

The co-stars: Anything else you want to throw in there — steak, chicken, peppers, tomatoes. Just as long you let the cheese be the star of the show, you can go buck wild.

/By Elite Daily/

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