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    Cheese

    It's one of the greatest foods on the planet. I can eat it at any time in any way, shape or form. How about you guys? What are your favorites?

    I absolutely despise goat cheese but that's basically all I can't and won't eat. I got some really good 9 year aged extra sharp from Vermont in September and just cut into it tonight and it's divine. A good sharp cheddar will have some delicious crystals in it that even give it a little texture.

    What do you guys like? I'm surprised we haven't had a cheese thread yet.
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    Mozzarella and provolone.
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    I worked in a cheese shop for a few years, so I'm familiar with a lot of weird cheeses. The best stuff comes from Switzerland imo, and I'm not talking about that rubbery jarlsberg type **** you get at the deli counter.

    My favorites:
    -Scharfe Maxx- Aged swiss cheese, very unique tasting stinky gruyere type thing.
    -Epoisses- Classic french washed rind smelly as **** cheese.
    -English style clothbound cheddars, Cabot creamery in vermont makes a really nice one
    -Crotin- soft lemony goat cheese
    -Petite Basque- semi firm sheeps milk cheese kind of tastes like a musty young manchego
    -Gruyere- Has to be aged over a year or else it's kind of boring, but good gruyere from switzerland is some of the best cheese you can buy.
    -2 yr+ aged Goudas
    -Vacherin mont d'or- soft cheese that is packed and aged for a short time in spruce bark. Tastes kind of like root beer or something, not really stinky like other french soft cheeses. This is probably my absolute favorite.

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    big john's cajun and cowgirl creamery's mt. tam are my two favorites right now

    it helps that two of my best friends (who are more like family) are in the cheese business (one buys for whole foods and one sells for a regional distributor)... i get pretty much whatever i want for free or significant discount
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    Love me some jalapeno pepper jack.
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    Horseradish cheese is goddamn amazing as well
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    You guys ever get that mild cheddar with chives? I think it's called Cottswald, ish is so good melted on a burger. Tastes weird as hell on it's own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    big john's cajun and cowgirl creamery's mt. tam are my two favorites right now

    it helps that two of my best friends (who are more like family) are in the cheese business (one buys for whole foods and one sells for a regional distributor)... i get pretty much whatever i want for free or significant discount
    Get that Rush Creek Reserve if you can find it. I think whole foods sometimes has it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodedSB View Post
    Get that Rush Creek Reserve if you can find it. I think whole foods sometimes has it.
    i've had it before but thought they stopped production recently
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    Wasabi cheese.

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    Wasabi and horseradish are goddamn delicious.
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    White cheddar
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    Swiss

    I dig all Italian cheeses: Parmesan, mooz, fontina, Romano, provolone, marscapone, Asiago, and the others.

    Cheese really does a number on me though cause of my lactose problem. It's too good to abstain from eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian. View Post
    Wasabi and horseradish are goddamn delicious.
    Two of my favorite flavor profiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    Two of my favorite flavor profiles.
    That sinus clearing, nostril flaring heat!
    THREEINFIVE!

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