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    Cool Do "Le Snack" cheese and crackers count as 'soft cheese'?

    hey all,

    this is probably the weirdest question I have ever asked ...... but do the Le Snack cheese and cracker packs count as soft cheese?

    Ive been really off my food for the last 1.5 weeks, but concious that I need to try and eat something for bubby. Ive found the LeSnack things in the pantry quite nice, but Im not sure if the cheese is ok to eat. Im thinking 'yes" becasue Im pretty sure the small proportion of it that is actual cheese has been pasturized and preserved a million times over.

    any ove know for sure if they are safe to eat?

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    It's cream cheese, so ok

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    I'm not sure it even counts as cheese... your good to go girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intrigue View Post
    I'm not sure it even counts as cheese... your good to go girl.
    love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intrigue View Post
    I'm not sure it even counts as cheese... your good to go girl.
    LOL!!! It's definitely debatable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intrigue View Post
    I'm not sure it even counts as cheese... your good to go girl.
    bahahahahaha!!! Exactly what I was thinking!

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    I hope not, I ate about 900 of those the other week.


 

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