What is your favorite cheese?

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  1. Pisis

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    Hi all,

    my top seven is:

    Niva (not that Russian car, but Czech Cheddar cheese! :D )
    Yadel (very salty and hard Turkish cheese)
    Hermelín (Czech Camémbert)
    Mozzarela (with tomamtoes and leaves of mint)
    Sheep cheese
    Beer cheese
    Parenica (Slovak gammoned cheese)

    Notices:

    - Niva is harder than classic cheddar cheese but has more mold

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    - If you eat a whole piece of the yadel, your mouth is totally destroyed by salt

    - Hermelín is a Czech speciality when it is drown in oil (over 30 days) with cut onion, tobasco, caraway, sauerkraut, paprika and with a hot pepper on the top. You can order it in every Czech pub, where they have it home-made (I make my homemeades, too).

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    Bon Apetit,
    Pisis
     
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    Mmmmm, cheese.... =P~


    It doesnt take a genius to guess my favourite cheese. 8)












    Brie :lol:
     
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    Blue with alot of chunks
     
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    Black Diamond Aged One Year Canadian Cheese, at least on short notice.
     
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    Irish Cheddar......
     
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    Stilton. Take a bite then instead of Port a big sip of a good quality Brandy say Rémy Martin Extra Fine Champagne Cognac and let the flavours mingle in your mouth mmmm, heaven.
     
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    Ahhhh, port. Port is to cheese what the Italians are to beauty.
     
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    I've always liked Goats Cheese, nice with Raspberry Jelly and Rocket Salad.
     
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    Gouda, Hungarian Cow Cheese (name is wiered I know), Feta, Gorgonzola, or Emmentaler.
     
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    y seriusly love cheese,all of them,specially roquefort,bulgarian chesse,feta
     
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    Cheddar followed in a distant second by feta
     
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    Ricotti, Mozarella Cheddar, In that order.
     
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    Parmigiano Reggiano of course!
    But the true one, not that thing named 'parmesan' sold in some Country.

    Then almost all the French cheeses and some other Italian cheese like Gorgonzola, mozzarella (the buffalo one, that unfortunately you can find good only in southern Italy: the cheese must be fresh and it's a mess to deliver)
    And let's not forget the Swiss cheeses, a Gruyere raclette is a blessing in the cold winter nights...
     
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    Cheese is very acid producing and leads to bone breakdown.....but fruit, even citrus fruits, are very alkali producing so they balance out cheese. Just eat lots of fruit as well as cheese and they balance out.
     
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    I just ate a good German Berg Cheese. It was really good, very flavorable.
     
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    I'm gonna to pickled some of those Hermelins right now.
     
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    I could go for some good cheese and wine right now.
     
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    so go then.
     
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    I did it was quite good.
     
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