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    How Do You Cut the Cheese?

    Cyclelicious was talking about cheese recently, so I got to wondering, how do you cut the cheese?
    How many ways are there to cut the cheese?
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    Very slow and carefully.
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    Yum. Cheese. Cheese goes with everything. Anybody here eat cheese curds?

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    Wassup E and D? What's this about the ambassador being a butthole and changing his handle AGAIN?

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    Or. Are you talking about sharting? Then I'm outta here. Barf.

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Nothing from HAWG in over a week. Whats up with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    Nothing from HAWG in over a week. Whats up with that?
    He disappeared just like Richard Simmons.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    how do you cut the cheese?
    Swift, silent, deep.

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    I always use one of these to get those nice frilly edges...


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    I like cheese that doesnt have to be cut

    Dont make me go all Jonathan Winters on this gas station.

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    I cut the cheese with great fervor.


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    Flying V all day long...



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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Wassup E and D? What's this about the ambassador being a butthole and changing his handle AGAIN?
    We'sa missin ya gal!

    As far as the conversation, It was left wide open, so everyone use their imagination. I love cheese. I'll never give up my cheese, until they pry it from my cold dead hand.

    I don't think I've had curds. I love Feta, Cheddar and real American, like Kraft Deli Delux.
    Someone had to teach me the difference between "real American" and "Processed Cheese Food" It's on the label. If it says Processed Cheese Food, you are in big trouble.
    I don't know the names yet, but I found out I love Borek and all the cheeses used in that.

    Yes Hawg changed his name again to SCR818. When quoting him, many of us are just replacing that with Hawg. LOL He's been hiding since.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I cut the cheese with great fervor.


    Word Origin and History for fervor
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    mid-14c., "warmth or glow of feeling," from Old French fervor (Modern French ferveur) "heat, enthusiasm, ardor, passion," from Latin fervor "a boiling, violent heat; passion, ardor, fury," from fervere "to boil" (see brew ).
    So cutting the cheese can be like making love?

    I like a box grater.
    Of course I just like boxes in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    He disappeared just like Richard Simmons.
    Along with Fuzzle... Hmmmm.

    Maybe they're sitting somewhere sharing a box of Cheez-It.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    So cutting the cheese can be like making love?
    I wouldn't go that far. I would say that one can very passionate about it, very similar to the passion one would have for playing a musical instrument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    Nothing from HAWG in over a week. Whats up with that?
    I think he's been really busy with his new job with that Korean company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crankout View Post
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    I like it!

    And I like white cheeses more than yellow, not a fan of cheddar and American; I prefer pepper jack, mozzarella, swiss, munster, etc.
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    my secret love is ballpark/movie nachos that comes in the big cans. I don't care if it's terribly bad for me.

    I don't like blue cheese for some reason. and also cottage cheese. wtf is cottage cheese? is it cheese?

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    my secret love is ballpark/movie nachos that comes in the big cans. I don't care if it's terribly bad for me.

    I don't like blue cheese for some reason. and also cottage cheese. wtf is cottage cheese? is it cheese?
    Cottage Cheese is the cheese curd. Blue Cheese is mold.
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    Pepper Jack for Sandwiches
    Smoked Gouda for cracker snacks with apple and Topatio hot sauce.

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    And here I was thinking that the one-cheek-sneak was appropriate in this forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckha62 View Post
    And here I was thinking that the one-cheek-sneak was appropriate in this forum.
    I had to find a list with that one on it. Dumb.com - The Fart List

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    my secret love is ballpark/movie nachos that comes in the big cans. I don't care if it's terribly bad for me.

    I don't like blue cheese for some reason. and also cottage cheese. wtf is cottage cheese? is it cheese?
    cheese nachos with chili are the best.
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    For the tasty kind...

    I received a few Cutco knives from a very dear friend a few Christmas' ago. This cheese blade is absolutely hands down the best knife for the job that I have ever encountered. I use it daily and it's as good as the day I got it. You can slice sheets of cheese off a block so thin that you can darned near see through them it's that accurate and easy to steer for a consistent, unwavering cut. Even crumbly cheddars and the like. I love me some cheese! The cool thing in all seriousness, every time I fish this out of the drawer, I always think of her when I use it. It's one of those things that it's pretty expensive and I likely would have never bought one....until I tried it. I can't live without, now. It's worth it.

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    I like to cheat and buy shredded cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AshevilleMTB View Post
    I like to cheat and buy shredded cheese.
    Blasphemy! To much of that stuff will make you cut the cheese.

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    Wait, is this thread actually about cutting cheese?

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    No, it's a masquerade. It's really about a push to get the artist formerly known as Hawg placed on a milk carton....or some other kind of dairy product. Perhaps a yogurt container?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Wait, is this thread actually about cutting cheese?
    There is a %50 chance that is correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    For the tasty kind...

    I received a few Cutco knives from a very dear friend a few Christmas' ago. This cheese blade is absolutely hands down the best knife for the job that I have ever encountered. I use it daily and it's as good as the day I got it. You can slice sheets of cheese off a block so thin that you can darned near see through them it's that accurate and easy to steer for a consistent, unwavering cut. Even crumbly cheddars and the like. I love me some cheese! The cool thing in all seriousness, every time I fish this out of the drawer, I always think of her when I use it. It's one of those things that it's pretty expensive and I likely would have never bought one....until I tried it. I can't live without, now. It's worth it.

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    Interesting concept, I can see where it would work quite well, I doubt I'll ever buy one, but I may buy an old knife from the thrift shop and use my drill press and a dremel/grinder to make my own...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    No, it's a masquerade. It's really about a push to get the artist formerly known as Hawg placed on a milk carton....or some other kind of dairy product. Perhaps a yogurt container?
    Done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Done!

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    That is NOT Animal Chin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    That is NOT Animal Chin.
    Animal Hawg?


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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    my secret love is ballpark/movie nachos that comes in the big cans. I don't care if it's terribly bad for me.
    Same here, if you go down the Mexican isle at the store they have different brands that are way cheaper too!
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    Smoked Gouda mmm mmmm super good on burgers, sammiches
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshevilleMTB View Post
    I like to cheat and buy shredded cheese.
    Me Too. But it has to be Tillamook.

    I also love nachos. Nacho, Nacho, Maaaaaan! I'm gonna be a nacho man!!!

    Nice work on the missing Hawg milk cartons.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Wait, is this thread actually about cutting cheese?
    Shart Cheddar.
    Go Fact Yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Shart Cheddar.
    Blew Cheese
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Shart Cheddar.
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    Blew Cheese
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    For the tasty kind...

    I received a few Cutco knives from a very dear friend a few Christmas' ago. This cheese blade is absolutely hands down the best knife for the job that I have ever encountered. I use it daily and it's as good as the day I got it. You can slice sheets of cheese off a block so thin that you can darned near see through them it's that accurate and easy to steer for a consistent, unwavering cut. Even crumbly cheddars and the like. I love me some cheese! The cool thing in all seriousness, every time I fish this out of the drawer, I always think of her when I use it. It's one of those things that it's pretty expensive and I likely would have never bought one....until I tried it. I can't live without, now. It's worth it.

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    Yes, my niece was selling a line of high end knives. I didn't buy any from her but I went through her little spiel describing each type of knife. The cheese knife is designed to allow air between the cutting edge and the blade. Giving each slice an easy fall away upon separation. Pretty awesome idea.
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    It also has a pretty unique serrated cutting edge which is the key in really thin and controlled slicing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    It also has a pretty unique serrated cutting edge which is the key in really thin and controlled slicing.

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    Oh yeah, I missed that part of her spiel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    Never mind, I did it myself.
    Everybody does, no matter what they tell you.
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    No matter your social economic status, age, or how many times you've stood wittness, when someone produces flame from their nether regions via cut cheese you laugh.

    I like/love cheese but our palate is infantile compared to Alpine Europe. I spent a season in Chamonix where they have sone pretty amazing farmers markets and is close to the birthplace of fondue. You get these farmers that come down out of the mtns with wheels of cheese whose bacteria cultures have been in the family for generations. I have a vivid memmory of first trying a sample and the flavor literally stuck in my mouth for 3 days. Over time I warmed up to these intense flavors. A cube of the stronger cheese would be enough to flavor a large batch of breakfast scramble for example.

    A friend of mine is a chef and came over for my last 2 weeks there. He smuggled several wheels of said cheese on the flight back to the state's. No exaggeration the entire 747 smelled of horrendous feet. So much so that it was a topic of conservation the whole plane over for the flight home.
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    Can someone do a DIY on how to properly cut cheese? Otherwise, I might just stick to shredded.

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    I dont always cut cheese, but when I do i do it with an osthyvel

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