Sorry, another cheese question!

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  • #88819

    Golfer4588
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    Hi guys,

    I have a question about cheese, specifically Paneer and mozzarella.

    I realise that cheese is an issue due to the lactose and possible moulds but the amounts in these 2 cheeses seems so low to me?

    I have found 2 which has a very small amount of sugar.

    Both would have very small amounts of mould if any as they can be eaten straight after production.

    A bit of cheese in my diet would make such a difference to me but obviously I don’t want to consume anything that will jeopardise my progress.

    Paneer
    Carbohydrate 2.2g per 100 grams
    of which sugars 1.0g per 100 grams

    Mozzarella
    Carbohydrate 0.5g per 100 grams
    of which sugars 0.4g per 100 grams

    Any advice would be very much appreciated.

    Richard

    #88833

    Clare_
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    I’d like to know about about Paneer and Candida too. I asked about it a few weeks ago but did not get a reply.

    Thanks!

    #88907

    Golfer4588
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    Hi Clare,

    Looks like were not going to get a reply?

    I’m going to just try some as the sugar content is so low and it would be really nice to have some cheese in my diet again, in moderation of course.

    Fingers crossed!

    #88917

    cjtboy
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    I can’t speak to either of these cheeses, but it is quite simple to make homemade kefir cheese, plus it is good for the treatment. Dom’s kefir site outlines many ways to make this http://users.chariot.net.au/~dna/kefir_cheese.html

    I just do the simple one (where you basically just strain the whey out of the kefir) – kind of looks/tastes like cream cheese, which you can spread. Though if you want to, you can press it into forms/coat with wax to let it set etc.

    #88919

    Golfer4588
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    That’s great!

    I hadn’t thought of that, will look into it straight away.

    Thanks again

    Richard

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