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August 21, 2012 1:41 PM
I am trying clean eating, and I have read in Tosca's books and online, recipes with cheese and soy sauce in it. To me, looking at the ingredients, they don't look clean to me. Are there specific brands of cheese or soy sauce that are considered clean?
August 21, 2012 1:42 PM
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August 21, 2012 1:43 PM
QUOTE:

I am trying clean eating, and I have read in Tosca's books and online, recipes with cheese and soy sauce in it. To me, looking at the ingredients, they don't look clean to me. Are there specific brands of cheese or soy sauce that are considered clean?


I wouldn't overly worry about if your food is "clean" or not. Try to eat mostly whole, nutrient dense foods and get in adequate amounts of proteins and fats. Easy
August 21, 2012 1:49 PM
I am a clean eater, but I eat cheese and soy sauce. I think the most important thing for cheese is that you're not consuming things like velveeta or cheese in a can...or even shredded cheese for that matter because there is probably some extra chemicals to keep it from getting hard. I just buy a big block of sharp cheddar cheese and use that. I also enjoy brie cheese. I used to put cheese slices on my burgers - but now I just slice off of the block of cheese. The slices are overly processed.

As far as soy sauce goes, its yummy...maybe just stick with a low sodium kind?
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August 21, 2012 1:51 PM
QUOTE:

I am a clean eater, but I eat cheese and soy sauce. I think the most important thing for cheese is that you're not consuming things like velveeta or cheese in a can...or even shredded cheese for that matter because there is probably some extra chemicals to keep it from getting hard. I just buy a big block of sharp cheddar cheese and use that. I also enjoy brie cheese. I used to put cheese slices on my burgers - but now I just slice off of the block of cheese. The slices are overly processed.

As far as soy sauce goes, its yummy...maybe just stick with a low sodium kind?


I already buy big blocks of cheese, and also have lo sodium soy sauce in the fridge so I guess I'll just stick with that. Was just curious if there was another brand out there that was clean.

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