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    Posted on 05:09:40 - 13/03/18 (6 years ago)
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    Sweet baby cheesus!
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    Posted on 23:18:10 - 12/04/18 (6 years ago)
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    There is a little cheese maker in boscobel, Wisconsin that has a 20yr aged cheddar, that's so sharp my kid were bleeding after I ate it, yum. Sorry kids
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    Posted on 08:48:38 - 05/05/18 (6 years ago)
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    Anything with blue veins in...I also love vintage mature cheddar, something that make your eyes water when you put it in your mouth
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    Posted on 21:28:04 - 05/05/18 (6 years ago)
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    it depends on what i'm using it for ... for example , for salads i enjoy feta or fresh mozzarella , for pasta i like parmigiano and/or pecorino romano

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    Posted on 04:13:21 - 09/05/18 (6 years ago)
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    Appenzeller, gruyere, tilsitter, camembert, munster, smoked gouda.
    Last edited by McDallas on 04:13:37 - 09/05/18
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    Posted on 04:43:21 - 09/05/18 (6 years ago)
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    Hoy [1208641]

    Mooved down to Food & Cooking.
    Was this a cow pun? R+ for that.

    I don’t eat cheese. Big fan of tofu though.
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    Posted on 12:07:41 - 10/05/18 (6 years ago)
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    Nothing beats fresh cheddar cheese curds, I dream of them daily

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    Posted on 19:29:11 - 10/05/18 (6 years ago)
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    Muenster is the best, no contest.

     

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    Posted on 21:01:28 - 10/05/18 (6 years ago)
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    Extra sharp cheddar, Habanero Jack, Chipotle Gouda.... for chicken recipe - Gorgonzola is really good. 

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    Posted on 13:32:42 - 15/05/18 (6 years ago)
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    brie, feta, mature cheddar, soft goat and sheep cheeses, camembert, dragon's breath: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon%27s_Breath_Blue
    Last edited by Sagramor on 13:33:48 - 15/05/18
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    Posted on 18:09:22 - 30/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    KermodeBear [2011760]

    I love a really, really sharp cheddar and I also like bleu cheese.
    Have you tried Cabrales (bleu)?  Its at the top of my cheese list.  BellaVitano Gold is second. 

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