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    Lets all share our love for cheese here! :clap2: Why not join the newly founded Cheese Society. I'll kick off the cheese-related banter; what's your favourite variety?
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    The one from inside your mum's vagina, etc etc

    Actually, I'm going with Edam
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    (Original post by Arekkusu)
    The one from inside your mum's vagina, etc etc

    Actually, I'm going with Edam
    I don't appreciate your crude 'humour'. This is designed for serious cheese connoisseurs.

    Edam? A bit boring surely? :no:
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    Fair enough. My favourite cheese in recent times has got to be a good bit of brie.
    Ham, brie, cucumber baguette. Heaven.
    Camembert is also gud.

    EDIT: Whats that cheese that looks pretty much gold in colour, and tastes really, really rich? My Norwegian fried brought me some a couple of years back and I found it pretty good.
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    What do you call cheese that does not belong to you?
    Nacho Cheese

    What do you call an anxious cheese?
    Freta Cheese

    :rofl:
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    Fair enough. My favourite cheese in recent times has got to be a good bit of brie.
    Ham, brie, cucumber baguette. Heaven.
    Camembert is also gud.

    EDIT: Whats that cheese that looks pretty much gold in colour, and tastes really, really rich? My Norwegian fried brought me some a couple of years back and I found it pretty good.
    Could it be Brunost?
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    (Original post by Gerd Loki)
    Could it be Brunost?
    Aaah okay just googled it. That is definitely it, looks more like toffee than gold actually. Bit rich but really good.
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    Aaah okay just googled it. That is definitely it, looks more like toffee than gold actually. Bit rich but really good.
    nomnomnom :love:
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    (Original post by Gerd Loki)
    I don't appreciate your crude 'humour'. This is designed for serious cheese connoisseurs.

    Edam? A bit boring surely? :no:

    I was going to say exactly this. But cheddars more boring than Edam and its my favourite.
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    Om nom nom cheeeese. I love all cheese. Except romano.
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    Boursin

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    What is that cheese which is quite soft, but not a soft cheese per se, it's light in colour but seems to be rolled in something orange (perhaps some sort of orange powder or it might not be.. memory isn't serving me that well). I think it's italian.
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    Obviously I despise any kind of cheese.
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    (Original post by Jarlsberg)
    Obviously I despise any kind of cheese.
    But... your username?

    On the subject in question, I'm really fussy when it comes to cheeses Can't beat a bit of Cheddar
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    This stuff is the nicest cheese I've ever tasted! It's not always easy to get hold of and it's quite pricey but it's totally worth it http://www.lubborn.co.uk/content/chs-Pages.asp?id=48
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    (Original post by secret_smile)
    Boursin

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    :eek:...I neg repped you for that accidentally...!!! I love bousin sooo tasty with a nice crunchy piece of french bread. Sorry I'll double pos rep you to make up for that.
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    (Original post by Ebony19)
    :eek:...I neg repped you for that accidentally...!!! I love bousin sooo tasty with a nice crunchy piece of french bread. Sorry I'll double pos rep you to make up for that.
    Forgiven (I'll hold you too that double pos rep though lol)

    And yes, boursin is immense. I feel hungry now and we are all out of boursin :sad:....
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    I love a bit of Cornish Yarg. It's soooo good!
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    tesco value grated cheese. It tastes like plastic but it's so moreish and amazing. :drool: Can easily eat a 500g bag of that stuff. :cool:

    I also like brie and muenster. Tbh though, not overly fussy, most cheese is amazing.
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    Lets get some cheesey discussion going again guys!!

    Oh No!:facepalm2:
 
 
 
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