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FF cheddar cheese

On Sat, 18 Dec 1999 03:19:44 -0800 fatfree-request@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
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>  FF Cheddar Cheese/tofu cheese?        [ JAMcFann@xxxxxxx ]

>Date: Fri, 17 Dec 1999 09:41:53 EST
>From: JAMcFann@xxxxxxx
>Subject: FF Cheddar Cheese/tofu cheese?
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>My local Wegman's supermarket does not carry fat free cheddar cheese 
>either their regular or gourmet dairy sections.  In its health food 
>department, however, it carries cheddar style tofu.
>1.  Is there such an animal as ff cheddar?  And, if so, where can I 
>obtain it?

In northern California, the large supermarkets carry Kraft FREE sliced
sharp cheddar. It melts like it shoujd and adds "some" true cheese flavor
to a sandwich. It's also nice in a "bare-bones" au gratin over
cauliflower, broccoli, and veges yet to be determined. :=) Pricey at
about $4.29 plus per pound but frequently on sale.

Trader Joe's offers block FF Cheddar, Swiss, and pepper(Monterey) Jack at
$2.99 to $3.99 per pound. All three of these are acceptable at our house.
Unfortunately TJ's has dropped their line of grated FF in 3 or flavors.

Hope this helps over the milliseconds and miles to you.