If your country is known for its cheeses, you will be granted entrance to this thread. If not, gtfo
Let the bantz begin.
Note that the Canadians call it Canadian cheese, and it was actually invented by an Englishman.
Manchego master race.
wtf is this shit, you guys really eat chemical foods
Our cheese is pretty cool
I think we qualify as a cheese country, don't we?
>Canadians call it Canadian cheese
No, we call it fat fuck plastic American cheese, and we eat good shit like Oka.
You should see what he's basing this on:
Wisconsin 'dominated' an international cheese competition held in Wisconsin that only Americans entered.
No Italians in the Mozzarella or Parmesan category.
One French in the Brie and Camembert category.
It's like inviting Usain Bolt to a school sports day and declaring a 6 year old the fastest man alive when he doesn't show up.
Known as juhtúró in Hungarian, brenca in Serbian and brimsen in German, bryndza, a word descended from the Romanian root brânză, is used in various countries throughout Ukraine and the EU, due to its introduction by migrating Vlachs. Though the word brânză or brînză (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈbrɨnzə]) is simply the generic word for "cheese" in Romanian, there is no special type of cheese associated with it. It is a word presumably inherited by the Romanian language from Dacian, the language of the pre-Roman population in modern-day Romania. The word was first recorded as brençe described as "Vlach cheese" in the Croatian port of Dubrovnik in 1370. Outside Slovakia and the flanking regions of Southern Poland, it is still popular nowadays in the Czech Republic under the Czech spelling "brynza".
I see my countrymen already posted queijo da Serra.
Our cheese is internationally renowned and endorsed by celebrities
Actually Swiss cheese is American
Also cream cheese. Perfect for baked mac and cheese
>have severe mental disabilities due to meningitis as a newborn from maman eating that tasty unpasteurized cheese
>post on 4chan
>being afraid of unpasteurized cheese
Älplermagronen is the original and far superior to the murrican mac&cheese
I bet I can find other articles 50 other biased articles by delusional brits but I'd be hard pressed to find 5 from independent sources. Your shitty little island is worse than North Korea with it's propaganda.
Italian cheese is crazy, I think because of the whole being spit into multiple kingdoms thing, each region has it's own huge variety of cheese. Mozzarella and Parmesan are probably the most well known. Mozarella has alternatives like burrata, not only that but they smoke and bake cheeses and do other things to vary their properties them. Ricotta and Mascapone are also cheeses that are both viable in cooking for both deserts and savory dishes. Then they have things like pecorino, provolone that can be anywhere from a milky cheese to a salty cheese. Every type of cheese has alternate forms that change it completely. In my opinion Italy are they greatest cheese makers. I put France in second but that is likely due to personal taste. Italy are so advanced with cheese they made Casu marzu. England also lacks sheep and goats cheeses that Mediterranean countries have
France in suicide mode
I don't know where this perception comes from, our media criticises British people and traditions more than than anything, I think al of you just have inferiority complex towards us
Some of those were about food in general not just cheese, and it's true that at the top level we do have incredible food culture and it's far better than people seem to think. it's improving really quickly but even so we have quite a way to go.
More like dumb parisian hipsters
They'll stop buying it when the fad ends
anything you can do, I can do better
I can do anything better than you
Sorry lads, this is the closest we've been able to come up with.
For ikke å snakke om pult ost xD
is that feta? Is it more salt than cream?
dumping cheese folder for you uncultured faggots
I think we're top 5 in cheese exports globally, most of it is just English/French/Italian cheeses or variations thereof. Stuff like Windsor Blue is fantastic
Cheddar (oh yeah, wait, it's basically the most widely eaten cheese in the world)
And like loads more
Italy wins the list game
France wins the authenticity game
Netherlands wins the fuck the UK game
Catupiry Cheese, is one kind of spread cheese and was invented by the Italian immigrant Mario Silvestrini in the state of Minas Gerais in 1911.
It has low acidity and is used in many dishes as well as a pizza topping.