What cheese can't I purchase from Wisconsin that I can in Europe? Let's be real here, most of the people shitting on pic related never even had it.
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>What cheese can't I purchase from Wisconsin that I can in Europe?
Most of it. European law would not allow you to import counterfeit products. However, if you can get a fake Fendi bag off Alibaba through customs, you could probably get Wisconsin """"cheese"""" through as well.
Holland's Family makes some of the best Gouda in the country, it's so good
>implying there exist real, geographic features and people that can be described with words outside of the isolation bubble that is wisconsin
next thing you're going to be telling me that not all of america is like wisconsin, or that the fantastic, imaginary people who live outside of america itself aren't all members of ISIS who want to destroy us and our way of life
frankly, you appear not to think, act, or talk exactly like me and everyone I have ever met in my entire life, which confirms that you are either trolling or insane, likely both
The inner west (Great Basin specifically) is very different from Basque country but the largest concentrations of Basques in the USA live in that area and surrounding areas. Specifically, most of that area is high desert.
What's your point? Just because the people live there doesn't mean any Basque cheeses are going to be produced from that area. You can have descendants of French immigrants making wine in Australia, but that doesn't mean you're going to have French wine.
>literally every protected european cheese and unpasteurized stuff
Literally the only cheeses you can't get in the US are unpasteurized cheeses that have been aged for less than something like 60 days (no epoisses).
>unpasteurized cheeses that have been aged for less than something like 60 days
So no unpasteurized mold cheeses at all.
I like to be this kind of poor. poor, but with heritage. not a nation of (economic) refugees.
real feta has to be from greece, it is protected. same for many other cheeses - and that is a guarantee they are not tainted or just a mix of some fishy ingredients. I'm not sayong that all american cheese is like that - but in a capitalistic society the market rules. obviously there is no market for american cheese in europe and surrounding countries - how about the other way round? deli's stocked with french, german, italian and british cheese.
what I dont understand is why some cheeses are so expensive and hard to find in the usa.
For example marscapone; every supermarket here in the uk sells some, you can get own brands, branded, big sizes as well as normal size tubs, and its always cheap.
I tried to find marscapone in the area of miami i was staying in, only publix had it, and it was 11 fucking dollareedoos. Theres loads of recipes that use that cheese, what the fuck? This is a big international city, not the middle of flyover. Its not a moldy cheese, and it has a sweet flavor, which I imagine would appeal more to the sweet tooth of americans.
Your cheese selection is shit and its so overpriced, the only cheap cheese is that bs fake cheese slices stuff that is 90% plastic.
I thought america was the land of choice, you guys cant even make slightly inferior american versions of the european cheeses.
And why is everything so expensive? No wonder america is poor. I thought shit was expensive here but nearly everything I could buy was more expensive, even cheap shitty clothes at walmart.
biologically the bovine mamary glands that produce milk are sweat glands. the only difference is the composition of the sweat. there are additional byproducts like calcium, protein, etc.
per se cheese is fermented cow sweat. and I like it.
a platypus is a very interesting example for this theory
Wisconsin is the 4th largest region of cheese production on the planet.