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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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    A quick search tells me that Babybell, which is my favourite cheese, is Edam, so I went with that...
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    (Original post by Phipp91)
    Wensleydale, Gromit.
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    What the heck is a Bishop's Foot? Sounds like a kind of really smelly cheese...
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    EDIT: Accidentally posted the same thing twice, sorry! My TSR is being funny today.
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    (Original post by Pav94an)
    You people haven't lived until you have had Halloumi cheese


    Of course you might die of a heart attack after - its really bad for you.
    Why is it bad for you?
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    I have 3 favs

    1) Cheddar
    2) Feta
    3) Mozzarella.
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    Oh I forgot Gruyere. Goes great with Saucisson Sec.

    How about Paneer anyone? It's lovely in curry...quite subtle.
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    question invalid

    all cheese is the best cheese
    (except goats cheese)
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    Red Leicester. Red Leicester is life, Red Leicester is love...
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    (Original post by A Mysterious Lord)
    Best for what?

    I wouldn't want a brie sandwich, or grated Edam on pasta, or blue Stilton on a pizza.
    are you kidding?
    i eat brie sandwiches for breakfast (with buttered toast instead of normal bread)
    or maybe
    im just weird
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    Cheshire Cheese. It's the oldest cheese in the world, first produced by monks, I think. It is moist,crumbly and melts very well. Just divine with lettuce on a sandwich.
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    Cheshire Cheese. It's the oldest cheese in the world, first produced by monks, I think. It is moist,crumbly and melts very well. Just divine with lettuce on a sandwich.
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    (Original post by elen90)
    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.
    Don't you mean you are un-cheese-onably angry?
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    (Original post by A Mysterious Lord)
    Best for what?

    I wouldn't want a brie sandwich, or grated Edam on pasta, or blue Stilton on a pizza.
    Brie is delicious in a sandwich, especially toasted. Great brie combo's inclue brie, bacon and cranberry (especially delicious at Christmas time) and only yesterday I had a brie, ham and avocado bagel.

    (Original post by Gnat)
    Too many cheeses falling under 'other' in the poll XD

    What about: Parmesan? Paneer? Ricotta?
    omg Paneer is so good as well! There are too many amazing types of cheese.

    (Original post by ewandernoth)
    What the heck is a Bishop's Foot? Sounds like a really kind of smelly cheese
    It's the most disgusting cheese ever - it absolutely stinks and only dad's like it.
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    (Original post by AndrewSCO)
    Take that back
    nooooooope
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    nooooooope
    :fuhrer:
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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?
    So where is Wensleydale on the list? And Roquefort? Not to mention President Camembert?? :drool:
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    (Original post by AndrewSCO)
    :fuhrer:
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    My mouth was dry today. Then I came to this thread.
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    Pecorino or buffalo mozzarella
 
 
 
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