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Scottish Pride Coloured Family Cheddar

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Brand: Scottish Pride / Type: Cheese

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      10.05.2010 17:52
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      A lovely cheddar for many cheesy delights

      For all those cheese heads out there this is a must try coloured cheddar. Made by Scottish Pride under the Scottish Highlands and Islands Cheese Company name in Glasgow this coloured cheddar is mellow yet has a taste and aroma of a mature cheddar. Unlike a lot of cheese makers or dairy producers Scottish Pride only produce a few makes of cheese and butter which I think makes them unique in a way especially in today's market. The cheddar can be used as a simple sandwich filling either sliced or grated with or without an accompaniment such as beetroot,pickle,salad and is one of my favourite cheeses in cooking with macaroni,pasta,ommletes and in my opinion a lovely roasted cheese with a touch of black cracked pepper on top. Along with being a high standard of cheddar it boasts the fact that everything in it is sourced in Scotland which includes the milk and where it is made which more importantly shows the good business of supporting Scottish Farmers and their produce. More information can be found at their website www.toastofscotland.co.uk and the only way to try this is of course to Go Out And Buy It. The packaging is in a plastic re-sealable bag which again is practical so you can use as much or less of the cheddar as you want and pop it back in the fridge to use again within seven days or by its Best Before date if that is before the seven day opening. It is also suitable for a Vegetarian Diet and when eaten as part of a healthy diet does include calcium, vitamins and nutrients which aid in strong teeth and bones swell as being a lovely snack. The price again varies as it is sold as a 400g and 200g pack and usually costs anything unto £3.00 depending on any offers at the various Supermarkets and town shops. Nutritional Information is labelled on the rear of the packaging along with ingredients and Typical values per 100g.Other information such as the makers name and contact address are also clearly labelled as is the instruction to keep refrigerated along with the best consumed within seven days passage

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