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British cheese>Italian cheese>French cheese>German cheese

are we in agreement?
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>>53199882
What is british cheese ?
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>>53199914
the stuff your girlfriend licks off my cock
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>>53199882
Yep, I love Cheddar.
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Finnish Cheese > All
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>>53199914
The stuff you find on a hamburger.
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>>53199999
Cheddar confirmed best cheese

BTFO Italy and other meme cheese producers
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>>53199882
I'd put French above Italian perhaps. Idk. France, UK and Italy all make some pretty good stuff. There's quite a gap below those 3 countries and anybody else though.. inb4 butthurt Dutch poster
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>>53199882
Based American processed cheese is the best
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>>53199882
sorry m8 but gorgonzola >>>>> everything
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>>53200254
>He's never had Stilton
mamma mia
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Dutch cheese / French cheese > British cheese > American cheese > Italian "cheese" > Germans have cheese?
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>>53200099
I thought it was an american cheese.
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>>53200125
Britains taste...nah
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>>53200254
Roquefort is better desu
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>>53200297
bad rip-off
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>>53200303
Gorgonzola, Mozarella on pizza and the italian dry cheese (I never remember the name) are good.
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Brazilian cheese is literally foreign cheese recipes made with local, low quality milk.

We then brand it as something new.
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French > Italian > British > Dutch > Spain > ????? > America.

And everyone in this fucking thread know it's the truth.
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>>53200303
What other cheese apart from Gouda do you guys make? Aged gouda is pretty good stuff (can't get it over here though.) I also have had a nice Emmental that was Dutch.
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>>53199882
>british """"""""""""cuisine""""""""""""
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>>53200377
parmigiano m8
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>>53200404
Britain has the most cheese varieties in the world.

cry more
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>>53200404
this
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>>53200442
Actually, it's Italia
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>>53200367
Stilton is better desu lad
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You need to put switzerland high on the list.
My favourite cheese country is Sweden though.
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>>53200431
You're right, that's the name.

>>53200442
What is english cheese ? Never heard/ate it, and I already tried lots of european cheeses.
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>>53200408
Edam
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>>53199882
dutch>italian>swiss>british (only on my burger)
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>>53200404
So much this
French cheese best cheese
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>>53200408
I rated them by how you eat them.
Dutch cheeses can be eaten casually, on bread, on dinner, with beer. Or on spaghetti or whatever.
French cheeses can be eaten molten on bread, on breadsticks, on mini-toast, just casually.
British and American cheeses only appear on burgers.
Mozeralla doesn't have a lot of taste. And Italian cheeses are eaten with tomato dishes that I don't like.
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>>53200504
nah not really. Best Emmental I had was in NL and best Gruyere is actually Comte, so yeah.
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>>53200485
>there are over 700 named British cheeses produced in the UK."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_British_cheeses

>This is a list of Italian cheeses. See List of Italian DOP cheeses for a list of those Italian cheeses which have Protected Designation of Origin under EU law, together with their areas of origin. Italy is one of the most productive cheese regions, rivalling French cheeses in variety, with well over 300.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Italian_cheeses

>>53200532
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_British_cheeses
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Never had british cheese or german cheese
Swiss cheese and italian cheese are bretty good as cuisine ingredients and pizza topping
Basically I wouldn't call non french cheese cheese
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>>53200532
Cheddar, red Leicester, Wensleydale blue, Stilton etc
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>>53200610
What
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>>53200442

>have shit cheese
>add blueberry in the cheese

OI LADS, THAT A BLOODY NEW CHEESE I SEE THAR INNIT?
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>>53200610
>British and American cheeses only appear on burgers.
Unfortunately that is the case in a lot of Europe, but no, we have all sorts of cheese. Burger cheese is firmly an American bastardisation.
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>>53200408
http://www.kaasmarkt.nl/content/content.asp?lang=0&menu=4&submenu=35
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>>53200610
>British and American cheeses only appear on burgers.
You're a retarded cunt.

We are the country with most cheese in the world. We put cheddar cheese on burgers, and not the processed type. Americans use some hydrogenated shit.

Those flimsy plastic tier cheeses are called American cheese over here, if it's British then why don't we call it that?

Fuck off.

Cheddar cheese is also the most well known cheese. Deal with it, swampnigger
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>bread, butter and Bethmale
>potatoes, garlic, parsley and Cantal
>bread and Chèvre cendré
>fondue de Tome de Savoie
>not above any cheese in the world
wew lads
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Personal preference:

Italian > French > Dutch > Swiss > German > idc about the rest.
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>>53200610
>British and American cheeses only appear on burgers.
no... British people don't even eat burgers much, it's used with beer and stuff usually
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>>53200728
Well known in Britain perhaps.
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Swiss > all.
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>>53200728
He has a point... Everyone has their own and the Dutch are very proud of their cheese. >>53200774
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>>53200728

'We eat so much cheese guys.'
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>>53200774
>>53200712
>>53200764
>>53200844
>>53200858
What's it like being delusional?

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b6be169a-ec12-11de-8070-00144feab49a.html#axzz3wVZpOOqE

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Britain’s “innovation score” of 11.4 cheese variants for every million people puts it ahead of Switzerland with 9.6 types of cheese per 1m people, and France with 9.2.

According to Juliet Harbutt, a global authority on cheese who organises the British Cheese Awards, about 700 varieties now boast a Made in Britain label – 100 more varieties than France produces, and twice as many as Italy.


Statistically we have the highest scored cheese in the world.

Cry more you filthy non whites.
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>>53200858
Strawman argument, now I can ignore every single post you make now that I know you are an idiot.
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It's not about national pride or shit but once you go Morbier/Bethmale/Cantal/Tomme/Rocamadour/Crottin/Abondance, I wonder how you can ever go back

I just can't say anyone has better cheese than France IMO
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>>53200911
Why are you so delusional. Nobody eats British cheese.
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>>53201000
>justin bieber sells a lot of music therefore he is the best

Delusional clognigger.
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>>53200911
please see >>53200701
adding a flavor to a cheese or puking them and reforming them after digestion doesn't make a new type of cheese
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>>53201000

Brits do lol.

No wonder they are known as picky eaters abroad.
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>>53201045
Even Belarus, Poland and Ireland cheeses are in more demand than British cheeses.
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>>53201000
>belarus over UK

TOP FUCKING KEK

>muh 6 billion cheeses
>muh strawberry flavored cheese
>muh british cheese experts
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>>53201000
>Belarus
Every fucking time.
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>>53201049
You just described French cheese.

>>53201054
We're picky eaters because you all have shit food.
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>>53201045
>says the guy bragging about "muh 700 varieties"
wew
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>>53200911
Please mate. You sound like the Yanks going on their 'craft' beer...
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>>53201094
700 varieties of diarrhea.
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>>53200911
>“innovation score”
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>>53201082
>>53201079
>>53201077
>>53201094
>>53201134
By your logic Justin Bieber is a good artist.

The reason our exports are so low is because British cheese industry is a new thing. And weve already beat you lot in it, lol.

>>53201114
Paki.
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>>53200963
>not stating Comté, one of the best cheese
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>>53201147

Muh microcheese
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>>53201077
>>53201079
>>53201082
>all this butthurt over our improving food industry
stay mad, you used to be known for 'culture' but you're even getting BTFO in this, UK is the future of economical and cultural domination in Europe
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>>53201090
>You just described French cheese.

My sixth sense indicates some highschool argumentation there
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>>53201090
British '''''''cheese'''''''
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>>53201147
Oh yeah, you totally beat us. By exporting like 15% of what we export.
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>>53201150

Port Salut is one of my favourites desu.

I like mild cheeses.
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>>53201147
Obama has a nobel price, that doesn't make him a peacekeeper.
The fact that everybody here is able to list one foreign cheese but an english one says it all.
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>>53201147
Please continue, your butthurt sure is part of those delicious british "cheese inovations" no one wants to eat abroad
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>>53201208
that's really nice stuff actually
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>>53201147
>By your logic Justin Bieber is a good artist.
except you didn't read my post
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>>53201235
>I like mild cheeses.
Of course you do, you're Dutch. Comté is God-tier though, frog poster is right.
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>>53201208


HAHA BEST LAUGH TODAY
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>>53201269
look's like some kind of plastic to me m8
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>>53201147
I never said anything about successfull = good. Don't be so insecure, man. It's just your cheese is now well-known in the world. Here people only love French = Swiss > Italian. Now we have only Swiss though.
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>>53201150
2dull4me
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>>53201208
IT'S ALIVE

BRITISH CHEESE SCIENTISTS DID IT
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>>53201323
>now well-known
NOT well-known
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>>53201000
I can't litterally name a single cheese made in germany
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>european cheese
>slimy
>literally rotten
>melting
>no bite
>weak
All characeteristics of a feminist cheese
British cheese
>bite
>tangy
>great texture
>not molten and shit like euro cheese
>mature
>manly

British cheese is for men.
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>>53201323
In the Netherlands like 90% of the cheeses are French and Dutch. And both are eaten for specific occasions.

Like, if friends come over you put French cheeses on mini-toast. So you can pass that around.
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>tunisia is high quality olive oil
>UK is industry-uprising high quality cheese
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>>53201404
So Dutch people are cucks, nice to know.
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>>53201384
>UK is high test cheese
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>>53201437
Stop being so insecure. It's perfectly okay that you guys suck at making cheeses. You just have to accept yourself as you are. The country without any noteworthy cuisine.
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>>53201404

Italian cheese is decently popular. Mozzarella/Gorgonzola/Parmigiano are popular in food.

And ofc the cheese cubes with flags in them :D
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>>53201383
I'm a big fan of pic related. Couldn't name any others mind you. The only processed cheese I really go in for.. Probably buy it a few times a year.
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>>53201492
We suck at cheese because you haven't tasted it?

Lol you sound like the insecure one.
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>>53201552
No you

You're the insecure one
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>>53201492
He's an idiot but that's pretty rich coming from a Dutch poster.
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>>53201552
>2,1% marketshare
If I tasted one bite I think I tasted just as much British cheese as anyone else.
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>>53201612
>>53201595
t. limp wristed euros who can't handle mature cheese
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>>53201667
>his cheese got replaced by plastic American cheeses
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>>53201907
It literally didn't though. Cheddar cheese is the most popular cheese in Britain then Red Leicester.

>strawmanning this hard because Netherlands only has one good chees
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>>53200099
That was actually invented by the Swiss

>>53199882
Where's Dutch cheese? We Germans eat Dutch cheese as well but it's definitely missing in this list.

>>53201208
This kinda triggered my trypophobia
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>>53201383
Dorblu. Was extremely popular here before sanctions.

>>53201404
No Brie, Roquefort?
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>>53200606
You make best blue cheese, that I know.
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>>53202021
Brie is great desu. And also very versatile.

You can melt it on bread and put honey and wall or pine nuts on it. Or you can just eat it as is.
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>>53202140

Do the Dutch buy our goat cheese?
if yes, how do you eat it?
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>>53202140
I meant warm it up. Not actually melt it. It needs to stay in shape of course.

>>53202172
Yes. And I have no idea because I don't eat it.
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>>53200621
Allgäuer Bergkäse is great, most other German cheese is Gouda tier though.
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>>53202172
Isn't goat cheese for salads?
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>>53202184

Warm/melted brie in a brioche is the shit m8
I used to eat that as a child
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>nobody wanna eat our cheese, but it is good !!! Better than Dutch or French cheese !!!
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>>53202097
Nope.
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>>53202233

We use it for salads, toasts, omelettes, quiches, pizzas, garnished breads or whatever you feel like or with bread
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>>53202327

You don't stand a chance, boy.
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>>53202373
I think you goat cheese the most here on a green salad with apple. Or a tomato / cucumber salad.
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>>53202233
It's good with bread.
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>>53202425
>soft nancy boy blue cheese
No thanks.
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>>53202464
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>>53202021
I've never seen Dorblu in stores here, it might be Cambozola since it's made by the same company
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>>53202021
>Was extremely popular here before sanctions.
that's sad
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I never knew the world was so uncultured when it came to cheese
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>>53200254
this
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>>53200610
>Mozeralla doesn't have a lot of taste.
Mozzarella*
If you buy "plastic" mozzarella which isn't made in Italy, that's right.
Buy Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP next time.

>And Italian cheeses are eaten with tomato dishes that I don't like.
Where did you hear this?
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>>53200809
>Swiss > all.
are you even allowed to have EU cheese there?
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>>53205409
Are you American on vacation?
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>>53205409
don't be mean to vladimir, he's best ally
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>>53205508
nope

>>53205640
he was
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>>53205708
They're not in the EU. Based mountain Jews stay away of the sanctions. In 2015 Russians consumed 6 times more Swiss cheese than in 2013. Emmental, Tilsiter and Gruyere are sold in almost every shop, they're basic cheeses among imported here.
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>one mediocre cheese (cheddar)
...and? do you even have other qualities or is that the only british cheese worth mentioning?
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>>53206046
I know CH isn't in the EU.
I asked if you're allowed to have EU cheese there.
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Sardinia alone beats the rest of the world compared btw
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>>53206127
Excuse my rude reply then. Not since sanctions. My post >>53200809 was kind of bitter irony.
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>>53206531
It all fits now.
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