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Add half of the cheese, the salt and pepper, and stir until the cheese is melted and the mixture is smooth, then remove from the heat.
It’s also produced by the Penicillium mold that grows on rotting coconuts and it’s what gives blue cheese its distinctive, pungent odor.
While no single precaution is perfect—each slice of cheese has holes—taken together, steps like wearing masks, hand-washing, and keeping rooms well ventilated will push down the risk.
If you do want to manage the risk, one way is to combine various precautions, using what the virologist Ian Mackay, at the University of Queensland in Australia, calls the “Swiss cheese” model of prevention.
Then, while we suited up and formed a water brigade outside, passing buckets up from the mountain stream, she transformed the dining table into a smorgasbord of steak, homemade bread, deli meats, cheeses, and veggies for our picnic lunch.
They make a great all-day snack, can be paired with cheese or fruit, or even help dress a pumpkin pie or custard for dessert.
Alone, none of those measures is perfect, but doing them all together can boost protection, like layering slices of Swiss cheese so that holes in one slice are covered by another slice.
Sprinkle the potatoes with the Parmesan cheese and panko mixture, if using, working it down into the slices.
They also need cereal, rice, pasta, boxed macaroni and cheese, complete boxed meals, baby food, powdered milk, applesauce, bags of potatoes or apples and juice boxes.
Her menu included a butternut squash soup and “rich and fruity lentil loaf” with hazelnuts and grated Swiss cheese.


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