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Old 01-04-2011, 11:16 AM   #11
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This gives me hope to create a bodybuilder friendly fettuccine alfredo...
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YES! Squats and cheese cure cancer!

I agree that cheese is ambrosia of the gods. It really gets such a bad rap. I've never seen it as a 'dirty' food. And I also like it because I am severely lactose intolerant so it's a dairy food that I can eat without digestive consequences.

Cheese is good. Period.
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And I also like it because I am severely lactose intolerant so it's a dairy food that I can eat without digestive consequences.
I have the same issue. Milk leaves me "explosive" but cheese does not.
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This gives me hope to create a bodybuilder friendly fettuccine alfredo...
Sounds good.

Ever tried quinoa? It's an easy to cook super grain that mixes well with just about anything, including cheese.
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