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12/9/10 5:23 P

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Unless it's sliced, wedged or can be shredded and put into a serving cup I always measure it. Food scales are a great tool for the kitchen and your waistline :]
I think you can pick one up at the dollar store.

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5/25/10 3:42 P

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Thanks ladies!!!

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5/21/10 8:02 P

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1 ounces of cheese = 2 dominoes

Best way i heard it described.

I buy 1 oz. servings of snack cheese for my kids and it seems pretty accurate.
emoticon hope this helped ya

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5/20/10 4:40 P

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That is a tough one...do you have a food scale? If the serving size is one ounce you could weigh it? that is about the help or advice that I have!!

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5/18/10 6:57 P

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Hey all!!!
I have found that one of the hardest things for me to track is cheese.I know that an ounce is the length of my thumb,but is that just a single slice? or is that 2 or 3 slices to get the width of the thumb too??
if anyone has any tricks or tips that would be great,because I LOVE my cheese,despite the calorie count....lol

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