2 pieces of bread + 1-2 pieces of cheese + cooking spray = WIN
(doesnt even need butter to be awesome)
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Andreas Cahling disclosed his diet: "One of the staples of my diet is grilled cheese sandwiches. I take one slice of heavy, whole grain bread and slap on a thick slab of raw goat cheese. Then I lightly toast this in the oven to melt the cheese into the bread. I might eat four or five of these open-faced sandwiches per day."
Found some interesting info but I am absolutely not sure if this is any serious:
(can't get link posted but google for grilled cheese and erazats and you will get the link)
Can Grilled Cheese cure cancer? Recent statistics show that it may be possible. “87% of people who ate grilled cheese before chemo have come out of the procedure completely cured,” says Cansar S. Groeth, a Polish scientist. “We believe that certain chemicals in the cheese react when exposed to radiation. This reaction is what cures the tumor,” he explained. He also explained about certain experiments that were being done on mice with cancer. So far, Swiss cheese has proven to have no effect on the mice. Meanwhile, Provalone has cured 43% of its patients and American has cured 74%. He also told that he would conduct some experiments with cheddar.
After our interviewer’s 2 hour lunch break, (which consisted of a grilled cheese sandwich and 1.5 packs of cigarettes), he returned to Cansar’s lab. There he watched as mice with cancer were forced to eat different kinds of cheddar and to under go chemo. After an hour of tests, Cancar concluded that orange-cheddar will severely worsen the cancer of 45% of mice, while white-cheddar will cure around 5%. In conclusion, American cheese cured the most, and our reporter now has lung cancer from too much smoking. I hope he likes american cheese. Until next time, see ya.
That's interesting^^ and yea i was just wondering cause ive been eating alot of grilled cheese lately, they're easy to make and taste ****ing great. I know theres a good amount of protein in them but the fats are quite high in the cheese.