Which food groups are in a cheese sandwich?
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The milk,Grain,and the oil group if you mean grilled cheese sandwiches
Cheese is a member of the Milk Group (out of grains, vegetables, fruits, milk, and meat and beans).Cheese is a generic term for a diverse group of milk-based food products. Ch…eese is produced throughout the world in wide-ranging flavors, textures, and forms.
cheese is dairy so it would be in protein
A cheese sandwich contain protein, Vitamins(B1), minerals (calcium),fats and starch,carboydrate
Carbohydrate is in the bread (starch is the carbohydrate in the bread.) Starch - glucoseProtein in the cheeseProtein - amino acidsLipids in the cheeseLipids - fatty acids and …glycerolAlso there is vitamin D and calciumLipids in the butter
Carbohydrates in the bread, protein in the cheese, and minerals (B1) and vitamins generally
No its pasta... Pastas are beards cheese is dairy
No it is not. It isn't because you make cheese with milk and milk is in the dairy group. It is impossible to be meat.
the macaroni is in the grains and pastas group, the cheese is in the dairy group.
It would be in the dairy section, and the grain section because of the bread and cheese. Cheese is made from milk, and milk is dairy!! Hope that helps!
the food group that cream cheese belongs in is the dairy
Cheese Pizza belongs to the food group Grains, because it is made mostly out of dough (flour.) Pizza is not a healthy way to get your serving of grains though, as it is extrem…ely high in fat and carbohydrates, yet low in fibre. It really should be placed in the Junk category of food groups.
It'd be in the Grains group, since a sandwich contains bread. It may also be part of the Meats group, as well, since there is turkey.
Meat, dairy, and bread.