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With the exception of Limburger cheese, I like all cheese. I have read comments that Cheez Whiz is all artificial. Cheez Whiz does contain cheddar cheese! What does cheese sauce contain? So there you have it. Just to make life interesting I have included a poll for all of us to determine how popular Cheez Whiz is. It has been showing that only 25% of readers "hate" Cheez Whiz. I say, so far most people dip into that familiar jar, once in a while ( I know I do)! Do You Love or Hate Cheez Whiz? Love or Hate Cheez Whiz regardless or whether it is good for you or not? Canadian Cheez Whiz is made from real Canadian Cheddar! Cheez Whiz is a processed cheese sauce created in 1953 by Kraft Foods. Cheeze Whiz is the best dairy source of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)is still being studied and more research is needed to determine if the touted health benefits to humans are genuine. However, it pays to be aware of the possible health benefits and keeping up with breaking news.
So Cheez Whiz does have some advantages over cheddar cheese. Now it may not compete on flavor, but if you have to restrict cheese in your diet and you have an urge for cheese, the Canadian version is better than no cheese at all! Before we get to the ingredients list; here are some recipes for the Cheez Whiz lovers! It appears more than half the world loves Cheez Whiz ; an additional one quarter like it now and then. Hey, that is not bad! That is three quarters of the people polled on this Hub! So here are a few quick and simple recipes with to vary the Cheez Whiz experience! One sure to please is grilled cheese with Campbell's tomato soup. First butter the "outside" of one slice of bread with margarine. Place the buttered slice in a preheated fry pan "margarine side down". Place the second slice on the first," Cheez Whiz side down".
Fry until golden brown and crispy all over surface. Flip over and fry golden brown and crispy! Watch carefully once again as you broil. Researching the ingredients in Cheez Whiz and reading comments, I discovered the taste is different in the States compared to Canada. There definitely is a difference in taste when one compares the ingredient lists below. I would guess, the American version is spicier and possibly sweet; while the Canadian version is milder and perhaps has a less complicated taste. I know that from my own experience, I taste cheese, very mild spice and no hint of sweetness! How is Cheez Whiz Made? Healthy CookingAre Nachos and Cheese Really Healthy for You? Vegetable IngredientsWhat Is Taro Root? Submit a CommentYou Must Sign In To CommentTo comment on this article, you must sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. You are probably right, but there are those of us who like cheese in all it's different forms. Thanks for commenting and enjoy your "real" cheese! Cheez Whiz is NOT healthier than real cheese. You're adding processed food, corn syrup derivatives and other things to your diet instead of dairy? Just because the calories and fat are less doesn't make it good for you. Eat a little cheese and enjoy it, enjoy the fact it's not going to kill you with chemicals and leave cheez whiz on the shelf! Cellulose is a plastic in food products, but it is not in the "Cheez Whiz ingredient list"! But it is found in ice-cream! ALL eat ice cream! Might be surprising what other foods it shows up in.
It only could have used bread to dip in that broth! Adam picked the summer squash, but wasn't overly impressed with it. I enjoyed zhoug, which is a middle eastern version of chimmichurri - and the pistachios it was accompanied by - you all know I love a good sauce! The final two courses were Rachel and Liz's choice. The dan-dan noodles and the ramen. Liz has a thing for dan-dan (typically made with ground pork and chili oil), and has (unsuccessfully) searched high and low in DC for an acceptable version. While the vegan appropriation wasn't quite as good as the real thing (sometimes you just need meat), Liz still loved this dish, as did the rest of us. The texture was enjoyable and the spicy sichuan pepper lended as good variety to the earlier, cooler dishes. The ramen noodles were also quite good, but the name of the dish was a little misleading. Though the noodles were ramen style, this dish was far from ramen in my mind.