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August 21, 2011 8:22 PM
I have a question....how do you melt your laughing cow cheese wedges? I have tried to melt them over broccoli and over a hamburger and it just turns into a paste. I spread it out over my hamburger and stuck in in microwave and cut it up over my broccoli and stuck it in microwave. ?????
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August 21, 2011 8:29 PM
I have the SAME problem!
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August 21, 2011 8:29 PM
Yeah it doesn't really melt well... there isn't enough fat in it to get into a sauce-y type cheese... it might melt over the stove if you add a little milk. That seems like a lot of work though...
August 21, 2011 8:30 PM
I don't think they are supposed to melt. different cheeses are made of different chemical makeups and some aren't meant to melt, sort of like ... you can put cheddar cheese into soup, and it will blend perfectly, but if you use mozz. cheese it just clumps up...
August 21, 2011 8:33 PM
I have seen posts before where people said they would melt it so I tried and it does not work for me. Just wondering if anyone else had this problem. Maybe theirs looks like paste too! ????
Edited by Run4UrHealth On August 21, 2011 8:33 PM
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August 21, 2011 8:34 PM
i don't think they are ment to melt over anything. i've used them in recipes mixed with other things and baked. maybe they are talking about the mini babybel cheese rounds. those melt just fine.
Edited by misslyssa319 On August 21, 2011 8:35 PM
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August 21, 2011 8:35 PM
It needs fat to melt.....and w/ a low fat content, it won't melt very well. If you add a small amount of EVOO or something like that, it should help it a little. When I make anything baked in the oven w/ FF cheese on top, I drizzle some oil over it and it helps it along. Good luck!
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