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Here's Why Eating More Melted Cheese Will Make You Happier

Here's Why Eating More Melted Cheese Will Make You Happier


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Cheese is an addiction that we aren’t totally willing to give up

Pictured here are an assortment of cheeses including blue cheese, brie, and Parmigiano-Reggiano.

If you’ve ever felt powerless when faced with a basket of steaming hot mozzarella sticks, a bowl of macaroni and cheese, or an overflowing grilled cheese, you aren’t alone. In fact, a study released by Yale University at the end of last year confirmed it — cheese is basically crack (sort of).

Now that you have come to terms with the fact that it’s more of an addiction than a craving, let’s discuss what really happens to your brain when you eat cheese. When you eat cheese, which contains casein, the brain’s opioid censors light up like a Christmas tree.

Another difficult-to-say-no-to component, based on this study, was fat. The fattier, more processed the casein-filled cheese, the more likely it is to mess with your dopamine receptors.

Still, we are inclined to think that this is a side-effect we can live with (at least in moderation), so here are a few ooey, gooey cheese dishes to feed your habit, but please cheese responsibly.

Fontina, Mushroom, and Truffle Grilled Cheese Sandwiches


Prosciutto, mushrooms, and truffled cheese make for an upscale version your childhood favorite grilled cheese sandwiches. — Emeril Lagasse

For the Fontina, Mushroom, and Truffle Grilled Cheese Sandwiches recipe, click here.


If you love chicken parmesan, then you’ll love this burger. The burger is topped with melted mozzarella cheese and chunky tomato sauce and served on a toasty bun. — Kristie Collado

For the Melty Mozzarella Burger recipe, click here.

Super Macaroni and Cheese


A Cheddar and fontina macaroni and cheese is topped with a crispy Parmigiano-Reggiano, breadcrumbs crust.

For the Super Macaroni and Cheese recipe, click here.

The accompanying slideshow is provided by special contributor, Kristie Collado.


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

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Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon


Tex-Mex Taco Salad

Remember how there’s still a block of Velveeta bigger than my head sitting in the fridge?

Yeah, that’s beef, beans and melted cheese. I just posted that.

This started with good intentions. Something to do with restitution for eating too many of these cookies. Sometimes when I make a taco salad, it can be really healthy. Like, the grilled chicken-type thing.

That darn velvety cheese that I shouldn’t like, but …do.

It was seducing me from the top shelf of the fridge, because for some reason I put Velveeta in the front? on the top shelf? That was not wise.

And here’s the real game-changer: it was Pepperjack Velveeta. Pep-per-jack. Things like this will cause you to lose sight of the grilled chicken and replace it with visions of melted white cheese blanketing spicy beans, beef, and tortilla chips.

At this point, me eating spinach in the winter is a lost cause unless it’s hiding under seasoned ground beef, black beans, onions, fresh salsa, tortilla chips and Cotija cheese covered with, uh, more melted cheese.

So now you know how to eat spinach in the winter and what to do with Pepperjack Velveeta.

heart solid heart solid icon