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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 21/12/09(Thu)06:30 No. 48031

If you get fancy cheese do yourself a favor and get the fancy crackers too

Ritz is too salty, ruins the stuff


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John Smith 21/12/12(Sun)02:55 No. 48033

>>48031
They are not fancy cheeses where I live.
Riza crackers would be to small though anyway.


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John Smith 21/12/14(Tue)17:17 No. 48036

>>48034

Dear John,

It saddens me deeply what happen to you.

John


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John Smith 21/12/15(Wed)17:19 No. 48037

>>48034
I know how you feel. I once ordered a sandwich from Subway and the chicken was still frozen, like they took the chicken straight from the freezer and dumped it on the bread. I mean, I know working with the public sucks but don't take it out on me.

Is this more of an /rnb/ post?


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John Smith 21/12/15(Wed)18:03 No. 48039

>>48037

It is getting away from just buying cheese from a shop.
Although you didn't start the divergence.
I'm back to buying sliced cheese again.

Take care with what you eat

regards
John


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John Smith 21/12/20(Mon)07:49 No. 48041

Wow you guys haven't tried the overpriced fine cheese? Find a local market if you can and just buy an expensive little wedge or block of the stuff. It's mildly entertaining and perfectly bland for Johns


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John Smith 22/02/09(Wed)15:57 No. 48086

Daer John,

It has been someime since I talked to you about cheese.
I have to say I'm still buying sliced cheese.

John


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John Smith 22/04/27(Wed)21:26 No. 48185

Dear John

It has been sometime since my last post and I'm happy to report that today some unsliced cheese today.

Sincerly yours

John


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John Smith 22/04/30(Sat)22:45 No. 48186

It is me, the cheese poster. I haven't bought any notable cheeses as of late. Money is tight. Hope to be able to buy nice cheese again soon.


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John Smith 22/05/07(Sat)03:34 No. 48187

>>48186
Me again. The store around the corner had some provolone on sale for quite cheap so I bought it. It's really good. Super smelly but tasty nonetheless.


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John Smith 22/05/16(Mon)08:50 No. 48196

Has anyone mentioned all cheese is white until it gets dyed or ferments blue/other yet?

I never buy yellow cheese anymore


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John Smith 22/05/20(Fri)23:55 No. 48199
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>>48196
It's just annatto. No big deal.


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John Smith 22/05/25(Wed)07:52 No. 48203
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>>48199
No idea what that is, learn something every day from you psychos


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John Smith 22/05/25(Wed)13:09 No. 48204

>>48203

awoo


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John Smith 22/05/27(Fri)11:08 No. 48212
48212

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>>48206

>But then the jews got back in to office, and jews are lactose intolerant and cheese products make them even more irritable than normal, so they destroyed the economy out of spite and nobody could afford luxury cheese even if the supply lines weren't burnt to the ground.

Sounds to me like you have a classic case of Jew Derangement Syndrome. Better get this checked out.


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John Smith 22/06/01(Wed)09:56 No. 48217
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>>48212
Let him have his fun, making Jews look bad is hard with God on their side

>>48204
por tu


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John Smith 22/06/02(Thu)01:15 No. 48221
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>>48203
Cheese, particularly uninteresting conversations about cheese.
Sometimes halpful ones, depends on point of view.
Tahnk you for your picture its a little more er....
Well for this board, yet thank you all the same

>>48212
I missed what was said and its gone now.

>>48217
Thank you for your picture it is well er....

Finally, Dear John,
Its been a few weeks and I'm think of getting some Edam. Nothing carved in stone, just thinking about it.
Its cheap and would go well in sandwiches.

Hoe your doing well
John


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John Smith 22/06/05(Sun)16:25 No. 48225

Dear John
Here is an update. I failed to buy the Edam cheese and went back to buying sliced cheese

John


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John Smith 22/06/06(Mon)00:50 No. 48226

>>48225
I bought sliced swiss yesterday and ate the whole package. It was okay.


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John Smith 22/06/08(Wed)07:42 No. 48229

>>48226

interesting, how was the cheese


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John Smith 22/06/11(Sat)04:01 No. 48237

>>48229
Nothing special.


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John Smith 22/06/11(Sat)09:23 No. 48238

>>48030

Dear John

The price of Swiss cheese has gone up 25%, so I went a head with
Buying the Edam, ( alll pre-sliced ).
The Edam was okay.

John


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John Smith 22/06/11(Sat)21:05 No. 48239

>>48238
I am having turkey Reubens for dinner tonight but I forgot to buy Swiss cheese. Now I have to go back out and I just plain old don't want to.


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John Smith 22/06/20(Mon)21:21 No. 48242

>>48239

dear John

I have stuck with sliced Edam, I may go back to buying swizz cheese, at some point.
Hope your trip to the shop was particularly uneventful and you got some swizz cheese

as ever
yours john


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John Smith 22/06/22(Wed)03:33 No. 48243

>>48242
I did. It was store brand but it did the trick.

I bought some brie recently but it tasted off so I threw it out. Oh well.


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John Smith 22/06/25(Sat)21:02 No. 48245

Cheese poster again. The store had fresh mozzarella on sale so I bought a bunch. It's delicious.


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John Smith 22/06/26(Sun)23:00 No. 48247

>>48245
very wise choose, I'm going to have cheese sandwich right now.
still sticking with sliced Edam.


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John Smith 22/07/03(Sun)03:38 No. 48252

>>48245

Tonight I spent the extra 50 cents and got sliced swizz cheese, instead of Edam.
Trust you put the fresh mozzarella to good use.


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John Smith 22/07/09(Sat)16:48 No. 48256

Hey. Look.

>>812231


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John Smith 22/08/15(Mon)00:28 No. 48283

>>48245

I brought some tomatoes today and made lovey sandwich with the swiss cheese and a bit of red onion.

hope all is going well

John


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John Smith 22/08/16(Tue)00:35 No. 48284

>>48283
That sounds delightful. I enjoy tomato sandwiches.


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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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