3 Secrets to Cooking Tasty Food with Butter & Cheese
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3 Secrets to Cooking Tasty Food with Butter & Cheese

Milk and dairy products are everyday staples for many of us. They are not only a significant source of many essential nutrients that our bodies need, but are also the must-have ingredients in a large number of delicious recipes. When choosing common dairy products like butter and cheese, you may want to avoid those that contain additives (such as growth hormones, preservatives, and dyes) that can be detrimental to our health.

I was recently introduced to Finlandia Cheese, a brand that has been crafting some of the highest quality cheese and butter for over a century. There are so many ways to cook with premium butter and cheese from Finlandia. And here are a few tips that the brand suggests to make anything taste better with butter and cheese:

Secret #1: Use only high quality ingredients

Great dishes are a sum of their parts. Those parts should be delicious alone AND in your culinary creation. Finlandia cheese and butter are all-natural and hormone-free. Imported from Finland using milk produced by well-cared-for cows, Finlandia Butter is rich and creamy. It's nothing like any butter you've ever tasted. And you could eat Finlandia Cheese straight from the package — no crackers needed.

Secret #2: Care about the source of your food

Life moves fast, and most of us don't have time to research every single product we consume. However, when it comes to products like cheese and butter, which we eat almost everyday, it makes a big difference to be aware of what we're putting into our bodies. Finlandia butter is made from pure, hormone-free milk, which comes from happy cows that live on family-owned farms in Finland—the greenest country on Earth. No hidden chemicals, no factory farms—just pure, creamy goodness.

Secret #3: Get the whole family involved

Getting your family involved in the kitchen can help create lasting memories and start an important conversation around nutrition and health. Baking sheet cookies? Get out the cookie cutters and let your kids create the shapes. Cooking a grilled cheese? Let your significant other butter the bread. If you're in need of some culinary inspiration, check out the Finlandia Cheese Facebook page, or visit the recipe section at finlandiacheese.com.

Got any cooking secrets of your own? Feel free to share them in the comments below.

Disclosure: I received free products to facilitate my posting. Contents were provided by the PR agency representing Finlandia Cheese.

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