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As part of the Cheese Ring, I'm very much into Cheese. I've gone vegatarian recently, but I don't think I could go vegan. Not until they figure out cheese tech

Cheeses in no particular order
  • Chedder: Especially Tillamook
  • Mozzarella: Very important for Pizzas
  • Stilton: Yum. Though, any thing blue gets my vote
  • So Gorgonzola, Camembert, Roguefort, etc...
  • Hunter's: Chedder & Stilton!
  • Jarlseberg: nice and nutty
  • Gjeitost: Norwegian cheese, caramel like goat cheese
  • Gamalost: Another Norwegian cheese that I've never tasted. You can get it via this norway shop. Our friend says it's the nastiest thing she's ever put in her mouth. Stories
I could probably just go on and on. I love going to speciality stores and just looking at their cheeses. yum!

In reply to Re: Favorite Cheese by lemming
in thread Favorite Cheese by vroom

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