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#7025326 - 01/04/18 07:05 PM Grated cheese
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I remember back in the old days we mostly grated our own cheese. I now use it at least once a day with my breakfast tacos. Sometimes on my dinner dishes like this one.




I generally get the cheddar sharp. Do you use it? Whet dishes? What kind?
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#7025375 - 01/04/18 07:45 PM Re: Grated cheese [Re: bill oxner]
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We buy the Mexican cheese mix, and use it on anything and everything.
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#7025590 - 01/04/18 11:03 PM Re: Grated cheese [Re: bill oxner]
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My daughter refuses grated cheese. She heard somewhere they use Wood pulp , cellulose, to keep it graded. But, I like grating my own. Taste better


Edited by Roll-Tide (01/04/18 11:06 PM)

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#7025698 - 01/05/18 06:31 AM Re: Grated cheese [Re: Roll-Tide]
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Originally Posted By: Roll-Tide
My daughter refuses grated cheese. She heard somewhere they use Wood pulp , cellulose, to keep it graded. But, I like grating my own. Taste better


+1. Definitely tastes better. They have to put something in those bags to allow grated cheese to keep for over 6 months. Not to mention the cellulose used to keep it from sticking together.

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#7025746 - 01/05/18 06:55 AM Re: Grated cheese [Re: bill oxner]
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We grate our own Parmesan cheese but we do use sharp cheddar and extra sharp cheddar to make our Nacho Balls. The Mexican mix makes great grilled cheese sammiches.
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#7025801 - 01/05/18 07:37 AM Re: Grated cheese [Re: bill oxner]
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can't remember the last time we used a grater to grate cheese ... have a separate drawer in fridge with 5-7 different types of bagged grated cheese.

used to grate potatoes too for hashbrowns, now use Orida grated hashbrowns in a bag, lives in the freezer.
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#7026608 - 01/05/18 05:45 PM Re: Grated cheese [Re: bill oxner]
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Grate that cheese! I normally go for anything Jalapeno, or sharp cheddar.
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#7026693 - 01/05/18 07:02 PM Re: Grated cheese [Re: bill oxner]
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I just like cheese. I don't care who grates it.

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#7026916 - 01/05/18 10:38 PM Re: Grated cheese [Re: JLP83]
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My wife says pre grated cheese doesn't melt right. I can't tell the difference.

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#7027032 - 01/06/18 07:54 AM Re: Grated cheese [Re: Pointer]
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Originally Posted By: Pointer
My wife says pre grated cheese doesn't melt right. I can't tell the difference.


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#7027108 - 01/06/18 09:25 AM Re: Grated cheese [Re: Pointer]
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Originally Posted By: Pointer
My wife says pre grated cheese doesn't melt right. I can't tell the difference.


I agree with your wife. They put something on it to keep it from sticking together in the package. I used it a few times when my wife bought it and did not like the results. I am a die hard grater for life.

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#7027116 - 01/06/18 09:34 AM Re: Grated cheese [Re: bill oxner]
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Anytime you grate cheese it unlocks the flavor....

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#7027500 - 01/06/18 04:54 PM Re: Grated cheese [Re: snake oil]
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Originally Posted By: snake oil
Anytime you grate cheese it unlocks the flavor....
yep


Edited by Buzzard Breath (01/06/18 04:55 PM)

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#7027584 - 01/06/18 06:32 PM Re: Grated cheese [Re: snake oil]
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Originally Posted By: snake oil
Anytime you grate cheese it unlocks the flavor....


Agree! When I do big things like lasagna, pastisio, other casseroles, I always grate it. But - I keep bag grated stuff around for nachos, topping various grilled items, etc., when quick melting is needed.
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#7031363 - 01/09/18 11:26 AM Re: Grated cheese [Re: bill oxner]
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Either way is fine with me. We buy grated to use at the house. The inlaws grate their own. Mild cheddar is what we get, I like sharp but the wife and kiddo not as much.
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