Creme de Gruyère: queijo de origem suíça, de casca lavada, de gosto adocicado e que lembra nozes, derretido a alta temperatura para uma textura super cremosa e macia. Confira a receita da semana com essa delícia 👉
Nhoque com Creme de Gruyère e Bacon
400g de nhoque de batata;
100g de Bacon laminado
100g de Creme de Gruyère Pomerode Alimentos;
30ml de leite;
Queijo Parmesão ralado a gosto;
1. Cozinhe o nhoque e reserve;
2. Em uma panela ou microondas, misture o Creme de Gruyère Pomerode Alimentos com o leite, para que fique um pouco menos consistente;
3. Coloque as lâminas de Bacon no forno por 180˚C, até que fiquem crocantes;
4. Monte o prato com o nhoque, o Creme de Gruyère Pomerode Alimentos e o Bacon crocante;
5. Adicione o queijo Parmesão ralado para finalizar;
Compre online: www.e-deli.com.br
If this egg and #gruyere cheese sandwich made from a sale rack, day old #croissant from Giant doesn't make me feel like I'm living the good life in Aix-en-Provence then what would?! I can only hope against hope that @zrwp and @pickleboy.jpg aren't too envious with their charcuterie eating selves. #vivelafrance#breakfast
Almost 65% of the world’s population is lactose intolerant to some degree🧀. Most of us have no problem consuming dairy products as children, but as we grow into adulthood our bodies starts behaving unpleasantly when we eat dairy. Are you at risk of #lactoseintolerance? Find out your risk with our DNA Lactose Intolerance Test at 👉 or click link in bio @genovatedna.
Lactose is a disaccharide or a double sugar that’s found in most #dairy products. Dairy products like #milkpowder and coffee #creamer are really high in #lactose (~30-50% lactose), whereas cheeses like #Parmesan and #Gruyere have very low amounts (<1%). Lactase is the enzyme responsible for breaking down lactose into two simple sugars that are easily absorbed in our gut.
All most all babies are born with the ability to make lactase 🥛. This makes sense because babies rely on milk that’s high in lactose. However, as we grown older, lactase production can start to decrease to a point where almost no lactase or very low levels of lactase is produced, leaving more than 5 billion people around the world lactose intolerant.
If you are one of those unlucky people when you consume dairy products that lactose is not properly broken down in your small intestine. So, it builds up in your large intestine, becoming an excellent source of food for gas-producing #bacteria in the gut. These bacteria are responsible for the unpleasant symptoms that include bloating, flatulence, diarrhea, abdominal cramps and vomiting.
While cutting out all dairy might save you from uncomfortable symptoms, it may not be the best solution. Dairy is an excellent source of calcium, which protects us from #osteoporosis, hypertension, #strokes and #diabetes. It’s probably best to avoid coffee creamer, but you can still eat cheeses that are lower in lactose. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #DNAtest#dnatests#DNAtesting#hometest#healthandwellness#healthyeating#foodsensitivity#foodsensitivities#foodsentivititytest#foodsensitivitytests#healthjourney#dietplan#nutritional#lactosefree#fodmap#fodmapfree#fodmapdiet#labweek#TestingTuesday