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RLOVE712 SparkPoints: (25)
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10/30/12 12:48 P

Thanks! That is something I surely can do. Was also checking the cookbook recipes.... and a lot of them are for the cheese lovers too. Anyway, thank you!

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (61,851)
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10/30/12 12:07 P

I've ordered an Egg McMuffin with a folded egg and not had any problem; I'm sure it would be just as easy to order one without cheese. McDonald's has lots of 'no cheese' items on their breakfast menu: oatmeal, hotcakes, scrambled eggs, fruit & yogurt parfait, etc.

Chick fil A is very customer friendly - order whatever you want & they will make it

Subway assembles everything as you order, so when they ask "what kind of cheese" just answer "NONE".

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,605)
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10/30/12 12:03 P

I agree with just making your own breakfast... doesn't it get expensive to buy breakfast every morning? In the time it takes you to sit in a drive through you can easily make your own with an english muffin, some eggs, bacon (pre-cook a bunch ahead of time and keep in the fridge, cooked bacon will keep for a long time in the fridge), and just leave off the cheese. Or, figure out a different breakfast option altogether, like baked oatmeal or a peanut butter sandwich made w/ an english muffin.


DROPCONE Posts: 1,540
10/30/12 11:56 A

I was able to order an egg white sandwich with no cheese at Dunkin Donuts. The cashier was confused but they did it. I've worked in a cafe before (not DD), & if they operate like our cafe did, all their hot sandwiches are pre-made & frozen & they just put it in a convection oven to heat before serving. I think this guy actually went to the extra effort to remove the cheese from the sandwich in its frozen state. Yay him!

I always ask if they can remove the cheese. Even if the cheese is included in a normal sandwich, it's often harder for the employees to fulfill my request for no cheese. In that case I'm not paying for the cheese, I'm paying for its removal.

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 16,259
10/30/12 11:07 A

So, instead, cook your own breakfast and don't add cheese.

Simpler and cheaper!

RLOVE712 SparkPoints: (25)
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10/30/12 10:58 A

This is my 2nd time here on the site. Do you use the cook book shown here?

VTRICIA Posts: 2,033
10/30/12 10:53 A

I don't usually eat cheese anymore, just because it's so high calorie and adds a lot of sodium.

RLOVE712 SparkPoints: (25)
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10/30/12 10:50 A

I have never been able to eat cheese nor do I like cheese. Sometimes, I slip a slice of Swiss or Mozarella in a sandwich for lunch, but I have to add a lot of mustard to digest it. Every breakfast entree with Weight watchers, or the fast food places etc. contain cheese - i.e.

Restaurant & Menu Items as listed in the article this morning...all have chesse.
Arby's Egg & Cheese Sourdough
Burger King Ham Omelet Sandwich
Chick-Fil-A Chicken Burrito
Hardee's Frisco Breakfast Sandwich
McDonald's Egg McMuffin
Subway Cheese Sandwich

All charge for cheese if my children add it but, none offer the sandwich at a price without cheese. I have to pay whether I want it or not. So, I get the cheese on the side and throw it away.




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