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What All Parents Need to Know About Your Kids' Cheese Addiction (Seriously!)

Your kids could very well be addicted to cheese, which explains their constant craving for pizza and macaroni and cheese. Our friends at Fatherly give us a little more insight on your babies' possible provolone prob. It's possible that you've sensed a pattern it your kid's favorite foods - macaroni and cheese, grilled cheese, string cheese, cheese cheese - but you've likely never questioned if they have a problem.
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