I LOVE blue cheese dressing and refuse to live without it, so I try to limit my use to one tablespoon. Unfortunately, that doesn't always work as there is way more salad than dressing (I love big salads too). This weekend I discovered that I could add red wine vinegar to it. It saves me on the fat, but I still get plenty of flavor from the dressing.
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Laughing Cow Light Blue Cheese wedges. This cheese tastes just like real blue cheese, only it is lighter in calories (35 calories per wedge). I love blue cheese and this helps me get my fix without going over my calorie allotment.
Romano Cheese is saltier than Parmesean. Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Brie and Camebert cheeses are aged with penicillin, so if you are allegic to penicillin these may not be the best choice for you. Blue cheeses tend to be salty and sharp and get a smell that resembles stinky feet because of the mold & bacteria that grows on the cheese. When eating any of the blue cheeses remember the salt & your blood pressure. Try Munster, and there are 50 calories in the Low Fat, Low Salt Swiss.More in comments
Freindship brand has a no salt added cottage cheese. Alpine Lace has 3 low sodium versions, mozzarella, fresh goat cheese, and fresh ricotta.
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