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Members Mark Sliced Sharp Cheddar Cheese (2 lbs.)

by Member's Mark |
Item # 621016
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Product Details

About this item

  • Slightly cumbly texture
  • Rich and nutty with strong, biting flavor
  • Resealable package
  • Gluten free
  • Made with all-natural, rBST- and rBGH-free cow's milk
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Description

Member's Mark Sliced Sharp Cheddar has a slightly crumbly texture and a rich & nutty yet strong, biting flavor. It is outstanding on toasted bread with turkey or served with crisp, sweet bell peppers. Made with rBGH-free cow's milk, so you can feel good about feeding it to your family. This 2-lb. package is resealable and contains approximately 42 slices of delicious sharp cheddar cheese.

What is the Nutritional Value of Member's Mark Sliced Sharp Cheddar Cheese?

These all-natural cheddar cheese slices are made with rBGH-free cow's milk. They are gluten-free and only contain 80 calories per slice. Adding a slice of cheddar cheese to your sandwich will give you an additional 5 grams of protein. Eating cheddar cheese is also a good way to add vitamin B2 and vitamin A to your diet. Plus, it provides around 15% of your recommended daily allowance of calcium.

What is Cheddar Cheese?

Member's Mark Sliced Sharp Cheddar Cheese is an orange-colored cheese made in the USA from cow's milk that is medium-hard. Cheddar originates from the Somerset area of England dating back to the 12th century. The flavor of different cheddars comes from the length of time it is aged. The longer the aging process, the sharper the cheddar. A milder and creamier cheddar is only aged for 3 months. However, a super sharp cheddar cheese may be aged for 18 or more months.

What Can be Made With Member's Mark Sliced Sharp Cheddar Cheese?

Cheddar cheese is very versatile. It can be added to a sandwich or a burger for a little extra pizzaz. It also melts quite well making it a good option for a grilled cheese. There are many recipes that call for cheddar, but it is also appealing all by itself or as part of a charcuterie board. It pairs well with either fresh or dried fruit like sliced apples. Saltier meats like prosciutto taste great with a sharp cheddar. Crisp, sweet bell peppers, crusty breads and turkey are all good options for eating with cheddar cheese.

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