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Author Geoff Edwards. Its all my own work taking over ten years. Of course it is based on verifiable data and use on a daily basis and the Microsoft application Excel without which it would not have been created. I was not employed to develop the tool. It just developed and I thought that if it was useful to me it could be useful to others. Fortunately, I am healthy, aged 76 and still capable of over a thousand press-ups a week and of performing a complete circuit of 360 degree jumps at Swindon Ice Rink (provided no one gets in the way :). And I weigh a little under 84Kg.

Accompanying this introduction is a download to a PDF file that reports on the project: Healthy Diet  the rest of the website category "Healthy Diet" is provided as a report on the development of the project and other topics.

I have set up a Facebook page which provides opportunities for users to ask questions: Healthy Diet Calculator

Healthy diet updates are listed below.
Posted on 10 Jun 2018 by Geoff Edwards
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Mouldy cheese how to remove the mould

Mouldy cheese? how to remove it

Unfortunately, cheese can go mouldy.  As far as I know mouldy cheese is not harmful, after all Stilton blue cheese and other similar cheeses are mouldy. For more information see: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/food-and-nutrition/AN01024

Placing cheese in an airtight container with a lump of sugar in it and storing it in the fridge helps to stop cheese going mouldy.  I found that one way of dealing with mouldy cheese is to grate the mould  off on all six sides - or four if it's a wedge. Another way is  to use a washingup brush and wash the mould off!  It works and the brush which will be greasy from the fat will wash it self clean the next time the washingup is done :) 

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