Milk is something so important and prominent in us since ancient times. It is naturally full of essential nutrients including vitamin A, B3, B6, B12, D, E & K, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, zinc, and selenium. Apart from also providing a complete source of protein for growth and development, children love them. As for those whom despise milk, another alternative to it would be cheese. Cheese being a generic term for a diverse group of milk-based food product produced in a wide range of flavours, textures as well as shapes and forms is a fantastic substitution. Meanwhile, the dairy product companies is always creating new products to capture kids attention so they can get all the goodness it is in cheese necessary for the growth and development.
Recently, we had some Cheese Strings spaghetti by Kraft company and I tried the product and thought that it might overwhelm certain kids.
Each individual pack make good lunch box item for kids. Every pack contains a string ball of cheese of which I was too excited to play with it and hence forgetting to measure the length.. …silly me.
The pile of cheese string ball consist of only one whole string instead of few short ones combined and packed into individual packs. They were all similar to spaghetti texture, only flavoured like cheese. As for the flavour of the cheese, despite being a product of Kraft it somewhat varies a little from most of Kraft cheeses flavours.
The recommended way to eat it, according to those description at the back of the wrapper, is to roll it into a cheese ball and start biting. My concern is however, the hygiene as children are normally more vulnerable to germs and bacteria due to the nature of their learning progress in growing up. I guess mothers would have to really watch and make sure their hands are clean before they started playing and consuming these spaghetti cheese.
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