New research says ‘no one can be certain’ when to eat cheese

By BBC News and Science EditorTom GowerBBC News and MediaSport”The research suggests that people tend to be a bit more relaxed when it comes to the time of day when they can eat cheese.”

But there is no real hard science to back this up.

There are many factors that go into making people decide when to go to bed or when to have dinner.

“So I think there is some uncertainty about when we can say we are eating cheese at all.”

The research, carried out by the Centre for Research in Epidemiology at King’s College London, suggests that the most likely time to eat a cheeseburger or other hard cheese is between 5pm and 7pm.

It found that those who had a more relaxed eating habits were more likely to choose to eat the cheese when it was around 6pm or earlier.

The research also found that women were more inclined to eat when it is warmer.

It suggested that the time to be eaten depends on the number of days in a week when cheese is available and the cheese’s temperature.

A spokeswoman for the British Cheese Manufacturers Association said: “It is important to remember that eating cheese in the middle of the day is not recommended.”

It is only a matter of taste and it depends on how hot the cheese is.

“Some people find the cheese warm and tasty but others find it too salty and bitter.”

For some people it is good to enjoy a small amount of cheese at the start of the week, but if you have more time in the day, then you can enjoy a bigger slice or two.