#Influensters #ChooseSargentoCheese #VoxBox

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I was recently chosen to participate in the #Influensters #ChooseSargentoCheese #VoxBox. What does that mean? It means that #SargentoCheese mailed me a coupon so that I could try one of their products for free, plus an additional $1.00 coupon off an item of my choice.  I decided to try their Colby Jack Cheese Sticks. I am always wanting some kind of snack at work, and it has to be something that is easy, and that I can just grab and go between patients. These were perfect! The cheese tasted great, and they were the perfect size for a little snack in between meals. I have to say that the package was gone in just a couple days. That is how much Ryo and I enjoyed them. We didn’t even eat them with anything else. 

Do you have a favorite brand of cheese? I usually go back and forth between two of our local brands, so I wanted to learn a little more about #SargentoCheese. What I learned is that a man named Leonard Gentine, from Plymouth, Wisconsin was the mastermind behind this cheese. In 1949 he opened a business called the Plymouth Cheese Counter, and by 1953 Leonard and his business partner, Joseph Sartori, started their business venture and created Sargento Cheese Company. Sargento Cheese Company became a family owned business in 1965 when Leonard bought his partner out. 

I was looking at some of the recipes that they share on their website. They have some great looking, and sounding recipes. Make sure you head over and check out them out! Don’t forget your Sargento Cheese the next time you go shopping!

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