Did you know that for 1 kilo of cheese about 10 liters of milk is needed?
If you don’t eat meat because of environmental impact, then you better not eat cheese. In order to make cheese an equal amount of fossile energy is needed as it is for meat. 1 kilo chicken costs for example 86 MJ indirect energy, while 1 kilo of young cheese costs 71.5 MJ costs and old cheese 89.7 MJ.
The older the cheese, the more milk and so indirect energy it takes. It takes more time for old cheese nto mature and has lost moisture. A young cheese of 13 pounds for for example, in the form of an old cheese weighs only 11 pounds.
Delicious and healthy alternatives to cheese or meat on the sandwich: You can put on your sandwich, celery cucumber and tomato salad or other vegetable salads, humus, various pesto. At the health food store you can buy delicious nuts pasta.