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Cheddar; maasdam and blue cheese on chopping board over the table

Grated cheese on chopping board over the desk

Italian parmesan cheese or parmigiano-reggiano

Holland cheese slice isolated on white

Cheese isolated on white

Grated parmigiano reggiano cheese and metal grater

Chef grating the cheese into an appetizing fresh salad

Different type of cheese with bread slices on chopping board over white desk

Grated cheddar cheese and slice of emmental cheese on chopping board over the table

Top view of dutch cheese with quail eggs dill and grated cheese in a bowl on rustic wood

Cheese is on the table near the iron grater, picture of a dinner rable

Vegetables preparing set

Tasty lasagna in a red container

Classic caesar salad with grated cheese

Delicious spaghetti served with beautiful ingredients.

Lasagna next to a fork and spoon

Cheese and grater vintage background

Caesar salad on white

Pasta with grated cheese tomatoes sauce and greens

Top view of caesar salad with smoked salmon and grated cheese

Pasta with tomato, basil and grated cheese

Side view a woman sprinkles tomato soup grated cheese and crackers

Top view of delicious lasagna

Side view spaghetti with meat and grated cheese

Delicious spaghetti served with beautiful ingredients.

Olive and black pepper oil in bowl and bottle with cheese on white marble backdrop

Sprouts beans; grated carrot and noodles with chopsticks over the wooden table

Cheese isolated on white

Half of the mixed pizza and grated cheese serving

Economic device in the form of a metal plate with punctured small holes for grinding, rubbing something

Uncooked pizza on parchment paper placed in the oven

Delicious spaghetti served with beautiful ingredients.

Front view peeled shrimp with chopped cucumber wasabi and ginger in ice

Woman holding metal grater and grating cheese

Uncooked italian garganelli pasta with ingredients and cheese grater on rock slate against black backdrop

Front view noodles with meat and grated cheese in a plate

Top view noodles with meat grated cheese and tomatoes

Top view pasta bolognese with grated cheese in a plate

Front view noodles with fried vegetables and meat with grated cheese in a bowl

Close-up cook grating cheese

Woman grating cheese on pasta meal

Woman grating cheese on pasta meal

A woman grating cheese on a wood board with pickled olives fresh tomatoes and various sorts of cheese on wood top view

A woman grating cheese on a wood board with pickled olives side view

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The real reason you should never buy shredded cheese

Who doesn’t like shredded cheese? It’s easy and convenient on so many levels — you don’t need to grate shredded cheese, it comes in pre-measured bags, and putting different cheeses together to create a pizza or salad topping doesn’t mean storing a number of half-grated cheese blocks back in the fridge. But what if we told you that buying shredded cheese means we’re also consuming something we didn’t intend to?

A look at the labelling on some shredded cheese will uncover three ingredients that are most uncheese-like: potato starch, natamycin, and powdered cellulose. Potato starch is pretty much as advertised; it is normally used commercially as a thickener, and helps keeps cheese shreds from clumping together (via KCET). Joining potato starch is natamycin, which is a mold inhibitor, so it keeps shredded cheese fresh. The antifungal ingredient is produced naturally by a soil bacteria. As Slate puts it, you might be grossed out at the thought of eating the byproduct of a dirt bug, but it is natural, and unlikely to cause any side effects or serious harm, because it is poorly absorbed by the body. Nonetheless, Whole Foods has put natamycin on its list on unacceptable food ingredients.

Shredded cheese may have a controversial additive

The third component in some shredded cheeses is the one many people a problem with: cellulose. Like potato starch and natamycin, cellulose has a function: it keeps shredded cheese from caking and absorbing moisture. Cellulose got its bad rep from a rumor that the additive was from wood pulp. In fact, Snopes quotes author Jeff Potter to clarify this misconception: “Cellulose is a non-digestible plant fiber, and we actually happen to need non-digestible vegetable fiber in our food — that’s why people eat bran flakes and psyllium husks.”

While there may be nothing wrong with cellulose, some still have a problem with how much of it might actually be found in a pack of shredded cheese — the answer is not clear (via Reader’s Digest). So, while buying a bag of shredded cheese is more practical, grating your own ensures more peace of mind. Plus, shredded cheese is pricier, and cheese grated fresh off the block tastes better! So, pass on the bagged cheese and go find an amazing grater.

A look at the labelling on some shredded cheese will uncover three ingredients that are most uncheese-like: potato starch, natamycin, and powdered cellulose. Potato starch is pretty much as advertised; it is normally used commercially as a thickener, and helps keeps cheese shreds from clumping. ]]>