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This apparently is the biggest block in the world.

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Glenski

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Hey, did you know they actually make SPAM with cheese!?? Wow. I wonder what kind they use?

 

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Hey, did you know they actually make SPAM with cheese!?? Wow. I wonder what kind they use?

Oh yeah!

artificial additives, colours, preservatives and hormones. Yum yum!

Maybe eating that crud makes it so you need laws to dictate your every move?
 

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When I was young, I used to love bags of cheese curds. Now they seem to have grown into barrels! Oooooooooh. Orochi, did you ever try curds?

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When I was young, I used to love bags of cheese curds. Now they seem to have grown into barrels! Oooooooooh. Orochi, did you ever try curds?

Kurds, you say? I hear that cheese is one of the main staples of their diet:

http://www.flightline.co.uk/learn-to-speak/kurdish/ said:
Plain yogurt is another staple, along with cheese. Kurdish families make their own yoghurt, a simple process that depends on a live yogurt culture, which is added to milk and causes it to ferment.

Mmm. I bet that Kurdish yogurt is good! :gohan:
 

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Maybe, Jimmy. Personally, I like a nice hot curry followed by a yogurt drink. I forget what that is called. No cheese in it, though. Ever tried it?
 

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I had no idea that there were over 1000 entries in the national cheese contest in 2005...

 

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Ever hear of paneer pakora? No curdled milk. Spicy, though.
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Actually, it's getting late. I think I'll have a bedtime snack and then read for a while. Read a book, that is. My favorite snack is right here. Cottage CHEESE, blueberries, lemon zest, honey, mashed bananas, and cinnamon. Good night for now.

 
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It doesn't look very good to me though.. :/
Only cheese! There should be something else too..
 

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I found a cheese monster

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Growing up in Wisconsin, liking cheese is just a given. I believe Wisco won the most prizes this year at the national cheese competition. I think it was 92 ribbons. California was 2nd at 45 or something like that.

We go to a great little cheese factory in Theresa Wisconsin called "Widmers". They have the best brick cheese around. That with some pickles and a beer is a truly great snack! mmmm!

I am not a cheese snob though. I like process cheese too. I especially like the little smoked cheeses that are individually wrapped in Japan.
 

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Tillamook cheese... mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm....
 

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The would have to be the best sandwich in the world.

It needs a name.....how about the "Wedding Vow Sandwich"....named for its binding effect, of course.

May as well shove a cork up your butt as eat that thing.
 

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The jaw locker

I mean, you could lock your jaw trying to bite through the whole thing at once
 
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