Cheese Information

Cheese Helps Us Sleep

The myth about cheese keeping us awake and giving us nightmares was started by Charles Dickens in A Christmas Carol.

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Cheese Makes Us Happy

Cheese contains an amino acid called tyrosine, which makes us feel good and aids stress recovery.

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Lactose - The Facts

Many people worry about lactose in cheese, but most cheese is almost lactose free!

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Single Malt Whiskies Paired with Cheeses

One of our most popular Tutored Tastings is Single Malt Whiskies with Cheeses. We have written a short article about what we found works best in this unexpected pairing combination.

Cheese with Bread or Crackers

If you eat cheese with bread or crackers, the protein in the cheese slows down the absorption of carbohydrates.

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Cheeseboard vs Pudding

If you have the cheeseboard instead of a pudding, you will avoid a sudden spike in sugar levels which you would get from a sugary dessert.

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Portion Sizes

Many people wonder why the French eat so much cheese yet don\'t seem to have the same weight problems that we English suffer from.

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Storing Cheese at Home

Cheese lasts for a lot longer than most people realise - providing that it is stored correctly.

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Proteins and Vitamins

Cheese contains high quality proteins, calcium, potasssium, phosphorus and fat soluble vitamins - a huge range of nutrients in a small portion of food.

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