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Pasteurized Process Cheese

CHEEZ WHIZ TRIVIA

Kraft introduced Cheez Whiz© in 1952.

Cheez Whiz is a processed cheese product, with a consistency somewhere between a sauce and a spread.  There are several recipes using Cheez Whiz that have become more or less 'classics' in American cooking, including various broccoli casseroles. Cheez Whiz is also sometimes used in Philadelphia cheese steaks.
 

A few unusual uses that have been suggested for Cheez Whiz:

    • Stain Remover: Rub it on grease stains and wash clothes as usual. The Cheez Whiz helps remove the grease stain.

    • Hair Conditioner: Rub Cheez Whiz into your hair and leave on for half an hour. Then shampoo and rinse thoroughly.

    • Shave: Use Cheez Whiz if you run out of shaving cream.
     

     

 

 

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