The Best Cheese To Buy At The Grocery Store...And What To Avoid!

  • Published on:  7/13/2019
  • This cheese review video was a highly requested! Which is why I wanted to give a thorough breakdown of all the types of cheeses at the grocery store. We cover block cheese, sliced cheese, grated, feta, cottage, cream, vegan, mac & cheese, and more. The quality of the milk is the most important thing when buying cheese. If you can afford it, try to get grass-fed and/or organic cheese. The nutritional profile is way better for you and it's also better for the environment, the farmer, and the cows. The ingredients in cheese are very simple and pretty much the same across all brands, what makes the difference is how good the cheese-maker is and how good the dairy is. Check out more info down below ad let us know what grocery aisle we should hit next! Mad love Bobby...Dessi...and Art! XOXO

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    My favorite grass-fed cheeses:
    Organic valley raw cheddar cheese
    Maple hill raw grass-fed cheese
    Aldi’s grass-fed cheddar
    Kerrygold dubliner
    Trader Joe's New Zealand cheddar slices & block

    My other favorite cheese brands:
    Organic valley...anything by them
    Horizon organic slices & snacking cheese
    Applegate organic or pasture raised slices

    My favorite snacking cheese:
    Organic valley string cheese
    Horizon organic string cheese
    Organic valley american singles
    Natural valley goat or colby cheese stick(Whole Foods)

    Plant based & Non-dairy cheese:
    The only brand I like is Violife bc they don't have natural flavors, and it tastes and melts pretty good.

    Cottage cheese brands I like:
    Organic valley
    Nancy's probiotic
    Kalona supernatural
    Good culture
    Green valley(lactose free)

    Cream cheese:
    organic valley
    Kite hill(dairy free) is by far the best vegan cream cheese I've tried.

    Organic powdered cheeses on Amazon(can't find grass-fed):
    White cheddar: or
    The other ones have natural flavors or maltodextrin, so look out!

    Best cheese to eat if your lactose intolerant:
    Muenster: 0-1.1% lactose range
    Camembert: 0-1.8% lactose range
    Brie: 0-2% lactose range
    Cheddar: 0-2.1% lactose range
    Provolone: 0-2.1% lactose range
    Gouda: 0-2.2% lactose range
    Blue: 0-2.5% lactose range
    Parmesan & Pecorino: 0-3.2% lactose range
    Swiss: 0-3.4% lactose range

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