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  • the hell's yr problem man? did you come here just to "shake things up" ??? if so then why this place? there's millions nay BILLIONS of other boards that you can do that one many that love people who try and out-do each other in regards to that or whatever what a weird battle to fight over
  • I love you. See? But not that way.
  • [img]http://www.wdexpo.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/cheese.jpg[/img] ...for your whine
  • That can't be younger than 10 years.
  • yeah that cheese does look older than wow years hee he ha
  • Five year old cheese is about as old as I like it. Once you get to that ten year stuff, it has a great flavor but it has this crystalline texture that I find unpleasant.
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  • [quote="Dave"]Five year old cheese is about as old as I like it. Once you get to that ten year stuff, it has a great flavor but it has this crystalline texture that I find unpleasant.[/quote] I wasn't going to participate in this particular circus but your reflections on aged cheeses compelled me, Dave, I have found the same texture you speak of in younger aged cheeses, particularly cheddars, and believe that it is some aberration in the aging and storage process. I think the humidor settings are most likely in need of professional calibration. In general I like a nice creamy textured cheese rather than a lumpy or crumbly one, and the crystals just ruin any kind of satisfactory oral experience. For me. I wonder what the rest of the board thinks.
  • wow yous guys no a lot bout cheese. hopefully one day i can nos as much bout crystals and oral olfactory preferences. he ha
  • It's an interesting thought, Wini. The ten year old Tillamook I've tried is great in something melted (enchiladas, for instance. The cheese has a stupendous flavor.) I, too, would be curious about other peoples' experiences with olde cheese.
  • Tillamook, isn't that an Oregon cheese? I assume it is a cow milk base. I like goat milk based cheeses the best, I think. Has anyone had buffalo milk cheese?
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  • this thread is getting a bit too cheesy! for my tastes!
  • I've had camel cheese. Good.
  • i've eaten cam hell! (not so good!)
  • Rattlesnake tastes like chicken. I've almost become a vegetarian... Dear, oh dear.
  • weird i'm thinking of changing over to ONLY eating meet no non-meat food! mmm MMM! tasty!
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  • i LOVE steak and milk! and i wish i could have better steaks more often the ones that are soooo good you don't even want to use steak sauce / ketchup or whatever... adding anything else would be a dis-service to the TASTE!
  • i just want medium rare steaks and milk for my gurlzz
  • well done! <!-- s>__< --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/mad.gif" alt=">__<" title="mad" /><!-- s>__< -->
  • from <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=sponsor">http://www.thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=sponsor</a><!-- m --> [img]http://www.thebestpageintheuniverse.net/images/bigpot6.jpg[/img] i prefer creamy strong cheeses -- bleu, etc. too aged and the texture is also a problem for me; i think it's poor storage and the loss of the fat from that which is the cause of that weird texture.
  • [quote="Dave"]Rattlesnake tastes like chicken. I've almost become a vegetarian... Dear, oh dear.[/quote] This is true. Same with gator. And, if you want to only eat meat like the Inuit, you have to eat it raw, or super rare. The Inuit started dying off because of scurvy after the idea of cooking their food came about. Uncooked animal meat has enough vitamin C to prevent scurvy. Pretty cool.
  • maybe chicken tastes like gator? which came first... the chick hen or the gator eggs? uh! SCURVY would be kind of an amusing almost pirate like way to go... haha! yar! shiver me timbers! and i wouldn't eat chimps or monkeys! so like us! dolphins aren't as smart as they want you to think they are! trust me!
  • so are you saying you would eat dolphins?
  • I live in the same neighborhood as the guy who made "The Cove," and because of that it was recommended to me. I'm not even going to lie about that one--I cried. Yukbon, ever tried Havarti?
  • The Inuit (and other indigenous peoples) eat the whole animal: liver, eyes, etc. An entire animal provides the basic building blocks for survival. However, you still need to eat, like, oatmeal or something for your fiber. Isn't that Haggis?
  • i love havarti or havarti w/ dill fuck dolphins, they're dicks no, really, they're horrible jerks: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1780">http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1780</a><!-- m -->
  • I couldn't tell you with any certainty, Wini. Havarti is off the chain!
  • [quote="yukbon"]no, really, they're horrible jerks: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1780">http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1780</a><!-- m -->[/quote] YUKBON! I used to read questionable content all the time a few years ago! Its crazy how much the art has developed! Oh my goodness i've missed it! Maybe i'll devote my entire night (until Top Chef is on) to reading it!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • jeph's gotten so much better; it's one of my few regular reads. i particularly love the guest strips.
  • gaw dangit you guys have made me hungry
  • [quote="yukbon"]jeph's gotten so much better; it's one of my few regular reads. i particularly love the guest strips.[/quote] I remember reading a guest strip by this guy who made a comic that's just basic black and white and there's a unicorn or something? or a gumby like guy with a unicorn horn? Or maybe there was just one strip with unicorns in it. I wish I could describe it better because I loved that comic.
  • cheese shit! TURN AROUND LOOK AT WHAT YOU SEEEEE TURN AROUND TO FIND OUT WHAT THAT MEANNNNNNNS
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