Go for Lower-Fat Cheese, Sometimes

By: Food Network Magazine
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Food Stylist: Jamie Kimm

Photo by: Levi Brown

Levi Brown

Hot Tips for Cooking With Cheese From Food Network Kitchens' Katherine Alford:

Lower-fat cheeses like part-skim mozzarella may actually work better than fuller-fat versions for pizza and baked pasta — they get extra stretchy and stringy instead of overly oozy.

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