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If you’ve been following my saga of migraines you know I have to avoid aged cheese until I go to the doctor to get some medication to prevent migraines instead of waiting for them to blind side me. Literally. You know this, I know this, God knows this, I even wrote an Ode to Bleu Cheese since I miss it so much.

Then why did I do it again?!

Because I didn’t know the aged cheese was hanging out in my pesto sauce I had for lunch. I thought goat’s cheese was the only cheese gracing my pesto and with how cheap it was who would have thought they used good, aged cheese. So what was in the pesto you ask???

Parmesan. Those sneaky little bastards.

I miss you cheese, my dear aged cheese that needs me to eat it. I promise you I will get medicine tomorrow. And then I’m taking my revenge on you in bulk.


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2 replies on “I’m taking my revenge in bulk…

  1. I have never heard of aged cheese causing migraines! I’d be dead as I love cheese and all forms it comes in. The sun is usually the culprit of my migraines. And they get so bad I have to stay in the dark and hope that they leave by morning. Thanks so much for linking up with #momsterslink and giving me such an awesome shout out!

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    1. I hadn’t heard of it either, it was a brand-new Doctor who had studied migraines because she suffered from them herself. I had to keep a food journal for months before we figured out what was my triggering foods. I forget what it is, but it’s a naturally occurring chemical that is found in aged cheese and it acts just like the chemical in wine that causes migraines. I can still eat aged cheese, but I have to be careful about how frequent and how much.

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