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Arla Buco cheese
Calories, kcal: 200 Protein, g: 8.5 Fat, g: 17.0 Carbohydrates, g: 3.0
Buko cheese is a kind of soft cream cheese that has a delicate sour taste and a specific aroma. For its preparation, milk from Danish cows is used. The right to make Buko cheese belongs to Arla Foods, which owns the recipe for cheese making and undergoes quality control of the finished product.
Buko cheese is identical to Philadelphia cheese. However, it is more affordable than Philadelphia. Also, its shelf life is much longer (calorizer). Only true connoisseurs and gourmets can distinguish Philadelphia from Buko.
In shops you can find various types of Buko cheese: creamy Buko cheese of a snow-white color with a delicate taste, spicy Buko cheese with various fillings (garlic, onion, dill or paprika), as well as aromatic Buko cheese with parsley and garlic.
Calorie content of Arla Buco cheese
The calorie content of Arla Buco cheese is 200 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Composition and useful properties of Arla Buco cheese
Arla Buko cheese contains vitamins A, E, D, B1, B2, B12, PP, C, pantothenic acid and others. It has a high content of calcium and phosphorus, which are found in the cheese in an optimally balanced ratio.
Buko cheese is low in calories. Therefore, it is often used in dietary nutrition.
The use of Arla Buco cheese in cooking
The consistency of Arla Buco cheese is oily (calorizator). Therefore, it is used in food as a cheese mass spread on a sandwich, as well as as a culinary addition to various dishes.
Cheese is popular in Japanese cuisine, especially as an ingredient in sushi and rolls. Buko cheese is also used for baking fish, meat, poultry, mushrooms, vegetables.