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Where in the world do you find fat free cheddar cheese? I see ff sliced cheese, but no cheddar....I have been to 3 stores in my area, and asked them and they only have reduced fat cheese. reduced by 1/3..

What are the names of the stores that you guys found your cheese in, when making for instance that enchilada casserole with the vegetable fajita mix?..

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Your question was: Where to find cheese for Nutrisystem?.

I buy fat free cheddar at Kroger (shredded), not sliced. I don't know if I've ever seen it sliced. I only buy reduced fat provolone and ff american, sliced..


Comment #1

Kraft makes a fat-free shredded Cheddar, as noted. Cabot makes a 75 percent reduced-fat Cheddar that's very good (also a 50 percent reduced fat). Lifetime makes a whole line of fat-free cheeses..



Comment #2

You can find it in my trash can.

Honestly I don't see how people can eat the stuff, it has so little flavor. I encourage people to try it just to see if they like it but being a cheese lover I just couldn't do it. I like my FF feta but it just does't work for cheddar. I buy 2% at Kroger instead. I also get the Cabot 50% reduced fat cheddar snacks (50 calories each) at Sam's Club...

Comment #3

Ha. Yeah, I know where to find it, but I never said it was good. Although I love my ff feta and the reduced-fat Cabot (50 percent from Costco, or 75 when I can find it; I can't taste a difference between the two)...

Comment #4

I dont know where you live but I'm in michigan and vg's grocery store carries the ff mozz and cheddar....i love it.....i hated it at first but peoples tips made it awesome....if you use it on your pizza spray some pam on top and it makes it's brown and melt......i use it on my chili, black beans and rice and let it melt on it after you heated up the dish.....nuking it makes it like plastic....hope you find some and give it more then one chance sometimes you just gotta find out how to make it work for you...

Comment #5

I buy Kraft ff cheddar and mozzerella shreds, and Kraft ff swiss and sharp cheddar slices. Get them at my local Coborn's and also at Cub Foods (MN). I don't mind the taste as a compliment to something...melted on a wrap or pizza, but I wouldn't care to eat a big slice or chunk of the stuff..

Comment #6

I've never seen FF in brick form before only the 75% reduced by Cabot and as others have mentioned most of the FF comes in shredded form and are usually found in the dairy aisle at most grocery stores. My local grocer has a specialty cheese "booth" located near the deli. I haven't checked it out to see if they carry any FF or LF choices..

I primarily use FF mozz or a LF mexican blend which both made by Kraft. I'm not a fan of the cheese slices but Sargento has a good LF provolone. On occassion I have also used Weight Watchers American slices...

Comment #7

I found ff sharp cheddar slices at Giant Eagle in Pennsylvania..

Comment #8

I'm with Sherilyn on the FF cheese! And here's a little tip about measuring out shredded cheese (cause I'm lazy!): I put my bag of shredded cheese on my food scale and then hit "tare," then take out an ounce, which will show -1. Don't have to mess up the scale or waste a paper plate/towel!..

Comment #9

I get mine at Target, plus they have their own brand...

Comment #10

I just bought FF shredded cheddar cheese at Giant supermarket in PA. It is Kraft brand...

Comment #11

I havent been able to find it ANYWHERE around here. drives me crazy. I do like the lite 2% mozzarella at trader joe's- yum..

Comment #12

I can't stand the stuff. I figure Nutrisystem is a pretty fat reduced diet anyway so I just eat reduced fat cheese instead. I'm having no trouble still losing weight and since this is supposed to be a lifestyle thing, I figure there is no way I am eating gross cheese for the rest of my life!.

I will eat fat free processed cheese slices but not "real" cheese...

Comment #13

I get the Kraft FF shredded cheese at HyVee here...and actually it's not nearly as bad as it was years ago when I first tried it. I really like it cold (salads, etc), but it IS a little funny once you try to melt it...

Comment #14

This, is the best i've ever tasted. Melts like full-fat...

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