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How much would you love an extra 2.6 hours per year?

June 25, 2021

If you’re a cheese eater, there’s an easy way to save 2.6 hours per year!

That’s enough time for dinner and a movie. A yoga class. Reading an entire book. A 7-mile hike. Or extra sleep. 

All you need to do is buy shredded cheese instead of shredding it yourself.

I estimate that getting an 8oz cheese out of the fridge, finding the grater, grating the cheese, and cleaning up takes about 3 minutes total. Since I use grated cheese weekly, I multiplied by 52 weeks to figure I spend about 2.6 hours per year GRATING CHEESE.

Don’t get me wrong. I don’t mind a little elbow grease, especially when cooking. But, my hold up with shredded cheese has always been the options available

Conventional store bought shredded cheese is NOT simply cheese. There are other odd ingredients, too.

Anti-caking agents like potato starch, tapioca starch, or cellulose powder (AKA wood pulp) are added to prevent the cheese from clumping. 

Mold inhibitors like Natamycin are added, too. 

All of these are highly processed ingredients, far from what nature intended.

But now, my reality has changed with Miller’s shredded A2 cheese. There’s only one ingredient - cheese!

And, it’s cheese made naturally from 100% grass-fed A2 milk. No added flavor or color. Just milk, culture, rennet, and Celtic sea salt.

I keep it in my freezer, which means I don’t worry about mold. 

Since it comes in a resealable bag, I can easily use little bits at a time. 

And, I certainly don’t mind breaking clumps apart from time to time.

There are so many wonderful uses for shredded cheese!

I highly recommend joining the time saving movement with clean unadulterated shredded A2 cheese!

Marie Reedell

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