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John Smith 21/12/07(Tue)23:33 No. 48030
48030

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Dear John,

I miss the posts about cheese. I brought some none sliced cheese yesterday. Parmesan, which I actually have cheese grater for and some more Jarlsberg. Which meant to get a cheese slicer for, yet got distracted by the person I was with. Who need a tin opener and a 13 amp fuse. Funny thing they did not need the fuse. They had just accidently switch their fridge off. Anyway I digress. I'm still thinking of buying a cheese slicer. Although sliced cheese is way easier.

Hope this finds you happy and well

John


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John Smith 22/09/01(Thu)14:39 No. 48295

>>48030
I too have been sampling a range of assorted soft cheeses. All types.


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John Smith 22/09/07(Wed)00:23 No. 48310

>>48284

I brought some more swizz cheese to day. The bread I was after was out of stock, so I didn't get any.
Hope to get bread and tomatoes, tomorrow.

John


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John Smith 22/09/08(Thu)05:32 No. 48314
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John
lately I have been buying biscuits. I heat them up, cut them in half, and while still warm, split them in half. Then, I add butter, a slight dash of garlic sale, and them cover with shredded cheese (cheddar or mexican mix), put them in the air fryer a few minutes, and cheesy biscuts are quite satisfying.
I apologize if too interesting, but it is yum.


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John Smith 22/09/10(Sat)22:59 No. 48319

I bought some burrata this week. It's fantastic.


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John Smith 22/09/21(Wed)09:44 No. 48338

Dear John

Well I defrosted my fridge, it's a small fridge with an ice box. The kind you see in 1950' and 60's tv shows.
Now I can buy some cheese again, having had to eat everything before defrosting and then leaving it a day to settle.
Hope this finds you well and relaxed.

John


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John Smith 22/09/22(Thu)17:17 No. 48339
48339

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Dear John,

cheese in Roman times was made from various types of milk. According to them, animals with 2 udders (eg: goats) have the purest quality of milk. Animals with 4 udders (eg: cow) second-rate milk and the milk from animals with more than 4 udders is unsuitable for cheese.

Camel cheese was considered very exquisite and desired by the Romans. The name "camel" originally comes from the Arabic language and means something like "beauty".

Salutem dicit
John


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John Smith 22/09/22(Thu)17:42 No. 48340

>>48339
They're right. Cowcheese is too rich.


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John Smith 22/09/22(Thu)20:26 No. 48341

>>48339

Thank you

John


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John Smith 22/10/22(Sat)23:19 No. 48395

>>48339
I hear the word "daughter" was an Hindu word for a cow, due to their sacred status.


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John Smith 22/11/19(Sat)04:34 No. 48451

I bought a ball of smoked mozzarella. It's really good.


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John Smith 22/11/30(Wed)00:43 No. 48454

Dear John,

I keep checking each day.
Every so often my heart is warmed by a small post about someones small purchase of cheese.

Thank you all

John


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John Smith 22/12/17(Sat)08:18 No. 48457

>>48454
Bought mozzarella pearls today in preparation for the incoming storm. They're quite tasty. Perfect snaking size.


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John Smith 23/01/20(Fri)01:18 No. 48529

>>48203

are from /cake/, if I may ask?

Anyway I had to use some Swizz Emmental Cheese on my shop brought pizza today. Some moron's make jokes about how your paying for the holes in the cheese. I think they might be a waste of cheese


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John Smith 23/01/22(Sun)09:41 No. 48530
48530

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P R O V O L O N E

or is it provologne

Professional Vologne


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John Smith 23/03/07(Tue)16:22 No. 48600
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Dear John,

I can't say I'm filled with hate.
ALthough all this senseless boring interesting coversation, is some what tire some.
So I have to go out now and while out, I will hopeful find the time to buy some cheese.
Don't what type yet, probably nothing exciting, more particularly uninteresting. I would hazzard to guess.
Anyway I will keep you posted.

John


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John Smith 23/03/08(Wed)09:30 No. 48601
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Dear John,

Yesterday I brought some cheese, mature cheddar. I don't know what that means. I don't care. I have eaten it before. I was sick so I guess I'll be okay.

Hope this finds you well and you have some cheese in your larder.

John


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John Smith 23/03/10(Fri)04:38 No. 48602

Bought a five pound bag of shredded whole milk mozzarella. I see lots of pizza in my future.


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John Smith 23/03/10(Fri)21:45 No. 48607

>>48602

I've brought some sliced mozzarella, the other day, not sure how good it will be.
Will let you know


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John Smith 23/03/17(Fri)12:37 No. 48622

>>48602

Follow up on the sliced mozzarella, turned out very good.
As extre cheese is needed in these harsh times. Where shop brought pizza's don't have enough cheese on them.
Sad I know, I mean it's a pizza.


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John Smith 23/03/19(Sun)16:07 No. 48626
48626

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Any suggestions for getting good bread made with FILTERED water in your average grocery store?

All of it is fucking tap water poison. Smells like fucking chemicals


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John Smith 23/03/20(Mon)12:00 No. 48633

>>48626
John,

This might seem blightful, but why are you asking 7chan instead of your grocery store? Please do bring a bottle of filtered water to the grocery store and ask if they can make bread with your water for you, and post a video of yourself doing that.

Now that you know the answer, you might consider taking up baking as a side hobby. It's not the worst thing to try even if you give it up. I've never been much for it, but I learned to cook by just jumping in and needing to figure it out and keep autistic record about recipies like bakers do, and I'm better for it.

With hope for future fun,
John


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John Smith 23/03/20(Mon)17:16 No. 48634

>>48633
I've tried making bread before, it takes too long honestly.

Getting told by a lazy grocer that they don't want to sounds pretty gay as well


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John Smith 23/03/21(Tue)00:44 No. 48635

>>48634
Have you tried flatbread? You can basically mix it up in a cast iron skillet while it's coming up to heat and you don't need to worry about yeast or anything. Like I said, I'm no baker, but flatbread is easy and you can branch out from there per your tastes. Maybe it's like a tortilla or something?

I got the idea riffing off of kraft dinner without any milk and then started improvising with whey powder and extra butter, and then I was like
>how about if I put peas and sliced in some onions
>cuz that's what I'm really hungry for
and before long I started melting some cheese on top [[[CHEESE!]]] and it was brilliant poorfag warm morning eats


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John Smith 23/03/21(Tue)02:40 No. 48637

>>48635
I haven't actually tried fried bread

I might though, that is a good idea... I believe they use oil though, not water. You need the stuff to stick together. Making actual dough with water will make it too thick to fry properly I imagine


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John Smith 23/03/21(Tue)02:44 No. 48638

>>48637
Forget about dough. Flatbread is the simplest thing because it's what dirty peasants make from the most primitive things like putting flour and water together so as to eat it. Start simple and then work up from there. Butter goes with bread. Eggs make it wholesome and :DDDD face. Put berries in it like flapjacks.


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John Smith 23/03/22(Wed)14:31 No. 48639

>>48635

Do you mean like chapatis?
I guess theres loads of flatbreads from around the world.
Know I'm thinking about it, makes sense, add yeast would of come later.

Yeah, make flat bread with your own purified water.
Prob. solved.

This link for Chapatis, I have to say i think they got a little over excited. Food can do that to people.
Oil is optional.
Ghee not.
https://www.indianhealthyrecipes.com/chapati/
have fun anons and stick to filtered water


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John Smith 23/05/21(Sun)10:40 No. 48662

Dear John

It has been a while since anyone posted anything to do with cheese.
I miss this in my life.
Happily yes irl, I was outside talking to a friend. We were talking about cooking, soup as it happens and he brought up how the only thing he need for the soup was some cheese. I believe a certain type of hard cheese, akin to Paresan.
Well please excsue this shameless bump. I just miss having particularly uninteresting conversations about cheese.

fondest regards

John


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John Smith 23/05/27(Sat)05:18 No. 48667

>>48662
I bought an antipasto salad that had really nice cubes of provolone in it. The olives were lovely, too. But the cheese really sold it for me.


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John Smith 23/05/28(Sun)04:28 No. 48668
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Dear J.

I wish that, in these unenergetic latter years, I could call to mind an interesting cheese anecdote. Sadly ennui and lethargy have won their victory over my, now barely remembered, enthusiasm.

One memory did shyly, turtle peeking from undershell, emerge on dairy matters. It is to this which I address the following adumbration; to wit:

I was a boy and so I lived in the house of my parents.
This house was distant, relative to the extent of our small country, from the house of my grandfather. When he came to visit us, he had to make a longish train journey.

I was a big boy now, and was trusted to meet him at the railway station.

I bought a platform ticket, which entitles the bearer to go onto the railway platform. This was necessary to my mind because, if I were not there when my grandfather stepped out of the carriage, he might be lost forever, and me to blame.

But his stepping out is still in the future. I am reminiscing proleptically.

Waiting for his arrival gave me opportunity to survey the marvels provided for passengers and their awaiters.

A milk vending machine was there!
Right there on the platform!

Where anybody, even a young boy, could insert a coin without asking permission.

That milk, of the late nineteen-sixties, was the most delicious treat I ever tasted. Technology of that era extended to refrigeration so it was excellently cool.

If it had occurred to me that, a century later, important people on the electrotubes were interested in cheese, I might have spent another halfpenny and kept a pint for historical experiment.

Yours Faithfully,
J. S.


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John Smith 23/05/30(Tue)01:18 No. 48670

>>48668

Dear J,

I could call to mind an
>interesting
cheese
>anecdote

I think it's the interesting and anecdote's, were you could be going wrong. Although my english is terrrible and anecdote could be the right word. I feel do interesting is wrong though.
Sadly I have not yet bought any feta cheese and feel bad. I may recortify this soon, I may not.
I will post an update if I do though.

Hope this was halpful J and just think it doesn't have to be interesting.
Just would halp if included cheese.

Anyway have beautiful day, maybe witha slice of cheese in it somewhere.

Your friend
John


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John Smith 23/06/05(Mon)18:23 No. 48677

Good evening, somewhere, John,

Of the cheeses I have tried, I cannot say I like anything other than cheddar. To that, I enjoy a slice of mild or medium cheddar cheese with my black coffee in the morning. I might dip the cheese in, if the coffee is still hot enough and I feel adventurous, but for the most part the flavors are just complementary.


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John Smith 23/06/07(Wed)05:41 No. 48678
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>>48670
John.
As a matter of some urgency I feel I must respond to your cogent and helpful missive. I was, over-enthusiastically, very ego-sunshined to receive your reply. Truly it is said that sincerity attracts notice, and self-inflation attracts mockery.

The Harmonious people have a saying, now widely known: "The nail which stands up will be hammered down."

After a little thought, your meaning penetrated my dull narcissistic armor.
We should be unutterably boring.
Did I understand? We should? Unutterably?
Apology proffered - clearly I should have lurked more. No offense I hope.

Best wishes for the coming season.
J.Smith.


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John Smith 23/06/07(Wed)06:36 No. 48679

Well done 7.
Complete noob here. Took me a while to see because I have default assumption that people are playing fair.
You wasted my time niggerjew, I was sincere and you were parasitically mocking.


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John Smith 23/06/07(Wed)16:07 No. 48680

>>48679 You don't link to anything.
I'm probably not the only one who would like to help but doesn't understand the problem.
Yrs. Trly. Smith.


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John Smith 23/06/08(Thu)17:26 No. 48681
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>>48678

Dear J Smith,

Yes I can see now that sense of humor, has not go done well with you and that was not my intent
I'm going to have look up quite a few words/trems you have used. So if you could give me some leyway on that or not its up to you

unutterably boring? Hmmm, I'm at a loss
So here goes and I hope this helps
Some thread were posted a whie ago that were out of pace with this board some might of felt and so someone posted a thread about cheese just to bring things back down to the everyday things quite a lot of people do

I like reading post about other peoples cheese experiences and will post my own
For example, I still haven't brought any Feta cheese yet, although last week in a supermarket I did pick a block of Feta cheese up and look at it and check the price before putting it back on the shelf and contiuning my shopping

thank you very much for your reply
Lurk, post start your own thread

Hope this finds you in a good mood and good health, maybe even enjoying a little red leicester cheese on a cracker

Best wishes

John


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John Smith 23/06/08(Thu)22:14 No. 48682

>>48681
Hi, I'm not from here, but it's a good thing you put that feta block down.

Cheese is insidious. I mean that literally.


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John Smith 23/06/10(Sat)04:19 No. 48684

>>48682
We try to keep it pretty mild here. You're cryptic speech borders on being interesting.


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John Smith 23/06/17(Sat)13:54 No. 48685
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>>486681
Dear John,

It was unmannerly of me not to respond sooner. I had some engagements to attend to involving a bottle and a bed. Mea culpa.

Thank you for the information and guidance.
My posting is always alcohol fueled and almost never worth consideration.
I am not a citizen of this community, though I have been aware of it for a long time.

When I set out to be interesting I bore the britches off folk.
When I attempt uninteresting I find myself writing a snippet of autobiography.

My favorite cheeses are Gorgonzola and Dolcelatte. I have childish, unrefined tastes.
Melting Cheddar in a microwave produces an inferior result; much better to do it under a grill.

Respects,
J. Smith.


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John Smith 23/06/18(Sun)20:52 No. 48686

>>48685

Dear J,

No worries time real does not seem to mean much here, at least thats how it feels to me.

as for your comment:-

>Melting Cheddar in a microwave produces an inferior result; much better to do it under a grill.

I fully understand even though I live on the other side of this planet, strange now I come to think of it like that.

as ever

John


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John Smith 23/07/08(Sat)02:11 No. 48697

Dear John,

I brought a block of cheese today.
That's about it.

have good day

John


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John Smith 23/08/09(Wed)17:26 No. 48700

Dear John,

Today I went a bit off base.
I bought a slice of cheese cake, mango ice cream.

Hope is you know, well.

As ever
John


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John Smith 23/08/10(Thu)02:49 No. 48701

They had balls of smoked mozzarella on sale at the store today. I bought one. Not bad.


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John Smith 23/09/19(Tue)19:09 No. 48719

Dear John,

My block of cheese I bought has past it sell by date. I opened it last night, cut some of to put on a pizza. That did not have enough cheese.
Thats all

As ever

John


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John Smith 23/09/24(Sun)19:04 No. 48720

Hey John.

I used up all the cheese I had last night to make cheeseburgers for dinner. Kinda wish I'd left a little for snacking today.


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John Smith 23/09/28(Thu)03:02 No. 48727

>>48720

Dear John,

After using some of that cheese that had pass it sell by date.
I gave it to someone else who would eat it.
Now I have no cheese to make cheese toasties
yes, this could be a commmon problem

as ever

John


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John Smith 23/09/30(Sat)20:20 No. 48728

Dear John,

I went the local store to get some non-alcoholic drinks. I was looking at the very small selection, when a teenage student female said "Exquese me".
So I moved slightly to one side, saying "no worries", quitely. She took a small step forward and pick a bottle of peach ice tea off the shelf.
I could not remember the last time I had had ice tea and don't think I have ever had peach flavour. So I bought a bottle as well.
I know this has nothing to do with cheese, yet at the same time I hope you find this particular and equally uninteresting conversation. Has not been a waste of your time.

As ever
John


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John Smith 23/10/21(Sat)23:49 No. 48730

Hey guys. Bought some pepperjack today for burritos. Looking forward to it.


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John Smith 23/12/07(Thu)00:02 No. 48737

The price of cheese is scary now


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John Smith 24/01/01(Mon)20:05 No. 48743

I watched some mozzarella get made on TV. It was all fresh and melty. It got me a little too excited


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John Smith 24/04/05(Fri)04:11 No. 48875

Americans are completely retarded now.

Americans will look you in the eye and say smoking was banned because the state wants to get more money from cigarette taxes.



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