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    Brie
    7.69%
    Halloumi
    17.16%
    A really good cheddar
    24.33%
    Feta
    4.44%
    Gouda
    2.22%
    Edam
    2.37%
    Camembert
    3.99%
    Stilton
    2.07%
    Red Leicester
    5.77%
    Stinking Bishop
    0.22%
    Mozzarella
    23.45%
    Other- tell us what!
    6.29%

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    Parmigiano-Reggiano (Parmesan) :yep:
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    The best cheese is CheeseIsVeg


    But 2nd place it good ol' cheddar, white cheddar obviously
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    (Original post by AndrewSCO)
    The best cheese is CheeseIsVeg
    But 2nd place it good ol' cheddar, white cheddar obviously
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    m8 its edam 100%
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    (Original post by randdom)
    There is something quite special about a good piece of cheddar though!
    Only in Britain/to Brits though. On the continent you can't even get it, and if you can, it's low-class, cheap cheese.
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
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    m8 its edam 100%
    This is the best cheese ever made

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    (Original post by AndrewSCO)
    This is the best cheese ever made

    lol ok
    but aint it a bit
    a lil bit
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    boring?
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    lol ok
    but aint it a bit
    a lil bit
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    boring?
    Take that back
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    Nothing like a good Vintage Cheddar
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    I voted mozzarella in the poll but I am also a big fan of brie and port salut
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    Best for what?

    I wouldn't want a brie sandwich, or grated Edam on pasta, or blue Stilton on a pizza.
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    Gruyère, parmiggiano and roquefort.
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    (Original post by randdom)
    Today I will be asking one of lifes big questions!

    What is the best type of cheese?

    For me at the moment it is probably Edam (or Stilton, brie, Camembert... so many to choose from!)

    How about you?
    Only four types I have eaten. Won't try any other as stink

    Cheddar
    Mozzarella
    Cottage
    Goats Cheese

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    Too many cheeses falling under 'other' in the poll XD

    What about: Parmesan? Paneer? Ricotta?
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    You've not lived until you've tried a baked camembert.

    ALSO Saint Agur blue cheese is the stuff of gods.
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    How is mozzarella doing so well? Eaten alone its texture is rubbery and it tastes bland. You all just like it on pizza but I've had pizzas with better toppings than mozzarella.

    I'm getting unreasonably angry over cheese.
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    Wensleydale, Gromit.
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    Cheshire Cheese. It's the oldest cheese in the world and was first produced centuries ago. It's moist and crumbly and melts really well. I was so pleased when I went to live in Paris there was a Marks and Spencer and I could get my weekly fix of Cheshire.!!
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    What the heck is a Bishop's Foot? Sounds like a really kind of smelly cheese
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    Cheshire Cheese. It's the oldest cheese in the world and was first produced centuries ago. It's moist, crumbly and melts really well.
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    Cheshire Cheese. It's the oldest cheese in the world and was first produced centuries ago. It's moist, crumbly and melts really well.
 
 
 
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