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How do I into cheese?
First, go to a real country who has cheese. It means leaving the anglosphere.
>Britain doesn’t have cheese
When will this meme end? Seriously, do you do anything other than male about the UK?
But the UK makes good cheese.
Brownoids try not to seethe about britain for 5 seconds challenge (impossible)
Like what? Paneer?
I am French, and I can guarantee the English make some good cheese
stop the cap
Buy some. Try it.
This isn't complicated, zoomer.
Go to a Whole Foods and buy 3-5 different small pieces of cheese that look way different from each other
Eat them with bread and different crackers
Throw in some olives and caperberries or fruit between bites of cheese
Write down the cheeses you like and want try again and the ones you didn't think were worth it
When you get a few cheeses that you love having around then you'll know which order to eat them
It's mildest to sharpest
There are also rules for how to properly cut cheeses and the order of serving people oldest to youngest so the elders get the best piece of cheese and women are served first before men
Isn't raw milk cheese banned in the US ? What's the point then ? He will only taste bland crap.
Just ban anyone not from America, they never make any good posts.
American OP here, can confirm
No, it’s not banned.
Also no, it doesn’t make the cheese “bad”
I really can’t understand you spergs sometimes. Freaking the fuck out always about minor shit like a bunch of teen girls.
try all of it, I'm not even memeing. you won't like 90% of it and you will waste a lot of money but the other 10% will make it worth it
>you won't like 90% of it
Dafuq, really? Why would a cheese be available on the market if it didn't taste good?
different tastes. there's so much variety when it comes to cheese it's crazy. just buy one or two per week and you will figure out what you like eventually. there is no other way but you really need to know that you're missing out if you don't try it all. I've been doing it for the past two years and I don't regret it although I thought most of it was bland and forgettable. the good stuff more than made for that
made up* for that
>there's so much variety when it comes to cheese it's crazy.
This, I think, describes my initial query. For example, I had no idea Pecorino Romano existed until a few hours ago and I have no idea what would make it any different from something like Mozzarella.
Pecorino is solid. Mozzarella isn't.
pecorino is essential if you like italian stuff like pasta, just like parmesan. grana padano is extremely underrated because most people don't realize that it is needed for many dishes when pecorino and parmesan are too strong on their own so you do a 50/50 mix. carbonara is a prime example
>fatti in america
aint that the truth
Buy a nice triple creme brie (has to be from France) and your favorite type of bread that's isn't the retarded sandwich American goyslop kind. Spread that bitch on the lightly toasted bread and never looked back
Worst cheese on earth! Stick to Parmesan cheese with eggs in the morning. Add a little black pepper and NO SALT. It’s my favorite way to eat eggs now. Also lobster risotto if you can figure out Gordon Ramsay’s recipe. I think it’s truffles and Parmesan. GR’s lobster risotto is one of my favorite dishes.
>has to be from France
100% absolutely wrong.
Have some hard liquor with it. eases your tastebuds into adjusting to liking the strong taste.
buy various types of cheeses that are cheap, determine which types of cheese you like and start exploring different brands of that type of cheese.
Travel if course.
UK is probably your best bet, they have more varieties of cheese than any other nation in the world.
Personally I’ve never managed to get into goats cheese, never found one I liked.
>UK is probably your best bet, they have more varieties of cheese than any other nation in the world.
Wrongest post ever made on this board. Just France and Italy have orders of magnitude more variety.
Doesn’t every country on the planet sell cheese? Why does it matter where it’s made?
Because it's not the same kind of cheese ? Bongs produce very limited range of cheese and they barely produce any food anyway, why are we talking about a country unable to feed itself ?
>Bongs produce very limited range of cheese
Substantiate your claim. Oh right, you fucking can't because facts say the Britain produces a large variety of cheeses. Fucking retard. Never speak about cheese again.
this kind of ignorance blows my mind
Your ignorance blows mine.
Ever heard of Google.
>700 types of the exact same cheddar
Never trust cheese lists they all disagree in numbers
Even Belgium has more varieties of cheese than the UK. As many as France and more than the Netherlands and Switzerland combined. Lurk moar.
Delusions should have a legal limit
UK invented the only cheese that matters, cheddar.
>UK invented the only cheese that matters, cheddar.
The UK may have invented cheddar, but the USA improved upon it and invented American cheese. Besides, those guys were forced to brexit from the EU because they weren't real Europeans.
Anything made in USA is goyslop
You're full of shit, the US is probably second to France when it comes to cheese quality and variety
You have no idea how large the US is and how many people are into cheese
Yes Europe is old and has had lots of people pass through it over time, but it really does go France, US, Italy, in that order
Velveeta is not cheese fatmerican. Real cheese makes mutts shit their pants.
There’s only one cheese, one cheese that I can’t get in the US and I think about it all the time
My dad used to torture me with cancoyotte growing up, my God it would stink up the whole house
But now I really miss it, and no one imports it…
I had a cheese like that, would make my fridge smell like actual shit but the taste was amazing. Fuck man why do the really stinky ones have to taste so good.
It especially tastes like shit when you're a kid then twenty years fly by and you're looking up old friends on facebook to see if they can mail you cheese, you'll send them ranch dressing and Jolly Ranchers
Not having the nostalgia factor, i can attest cancoillotte still tastes like shit to me. Pic rel was the last one i had. There are loads of cheeses i'd rather have before having cancoillotte.
It's an acquired taste to be sure, but did you have it the right way? It's not generally eaten by itself, people have their different ways of preparing it, but usually with butter, maybe garlic or garlic and onions, sometimes milk or cheese, all melted together and spread on a bit of baguette God damn I'm just making things worse for me
*cream but yeah actually you can mix other cheeses into it like Munster
yes, of course i tartinéd on some bread. still tastes like shit to me albeit less than if you eat it with the spoon.
I remember not liking anything but gouda, cheddar, brie etc but slowly I opened up and now I eat blue cheese that would make my gf gag had she not been into it herself.
I mean I like beemster as much as the next guy but the Netherlands, France, Italy have more memorable cheeses than the UK
Depending on how strict you are with what defines a unique variety, either Britain or Italy have the most. If you're stricter with the definition, it's Britain, but if you want to consider the same basic cheeses aged for longer as distinct varieties, it's Italy. France weighs in considerably lower than either.
with a spoon
you're supposed to bake it you fucking savage
Classic novice move.
That is the french Mont d'or with raw milk and comes with a lid in case you eat it with a spoon but don't want to finish it all in one go.
For baking i use the swiss one, pic rel will be eaten tomorrow, because it uses thermized milk. The swiss one also has it's crust washed washed more frequently giving it a more darker colour.
The UK does have plenty of good cheeses, but mainland Europe has more.
>he doesn't have a cheese cellar at home
For me, it's reblochon
I tried to make tartiflette, although I didn't have any reblochon. I might make it tomorrow again.
Never trusted someone who wouldn't eat tartiflette.
Cheese into you
Buy different cheeses amd take small bites of the, by themselves. Dont listen to retard homosexuals who tell you you need to ear them on crackers with capers and caviar and whatever other bullshit. That only comes after you know what you like and are thinking of what to pair them with. For me personally, i still just eat my favorite cheeses alone. They dont need other bullshit competing with them for attention.
>Dont listen to retard homosexuals who tell you you need to eat them on crackers
Listen to this anon. What you want is harder cheese as support for softer cheese.
Gruyère pairs great with roquefort for instance.
Go to your grocery store, pass by the sliced cheese aisle without stopping, go to the cheese stand next to the meat stand. Pick a cheese that you like. You are now into cheese. You can even pick a different one next week to be even more into cheese.
What the hell...
Find a specialty cheese shop with a cheesemonger and pepper them with questions. You cannot annoy them. They would be glad to talk about cheese all day.
Buy an assortment of cheeses. Soft and hard, fresh and aged, mild and funky, cow and sheep and goat, French and Italian, middle-of-the-road and off-the-beaten-path, etc. See what you like. Good luck, have fun!
bro, I'm from Nijmegen... I love cheese, especially on an omelet.
Don't fall for the designer cheese meme. This right here is all you'll ever need.
What do you think of star shaped cheese?
i've had a heart shaped cheddar, not sure if it was that brand but it was absolutely delicious
There are many cheeses yet few come close to an old Gouda.
Today is a great day for a carré d'Aurillac
buy the squishiest smelliest cheese
thats the one we pretend to like the most
who is "we" you giga retard
>How do I into cheese?
With a knife
Not with gouda, not with brie, not with cheddar from the uk. Those aren't "real" cheeses, because they're overproduced so you're not getting into the actual good cheese.
As a european I'd say the best way is try cheeses imported from europe, random ones you have never heard the name of, that look odd or unusual to you.
Then you'll get into the holy depth of cheesiness, you will get to experience things that you had no idea could be made out of an animal's tits.
Once you're there you'll have a better idea on how to judge if a cheese is interesting (not good, interesting), and you can expand into whatever, not just europe
The first ones have a pleasant flavour and texture to most people though. If you buy some overpriced obscure shit in a style you never tried before the chances you probably don't like them are much higher. Also don't be one of those fags who wastes everybody's time by ordering 50 g each of a dozen cheeses.
>Those aren't "real" cheeses, because they're overproduced so you're not getting into the actual good cheese.
This. If you're sodomizing yourself with a cheese you can pronounce, just once, you will NEVER reach the level of king cheese snob and should just have a nice day now for wasting the air of REAL cheese lovers.
You're worse than the guy who couldn't find a YT video telling him how to open a bag of onions.
let's give this meme a rest guys
Avoid the disgusting moldy ones.
Blue cheese is awesome anon. I'd urge you to reconsider. You just need to pair it well. Try it with avocado, figs, grapes, apples, pears, rye/wholemeal bread, beetroot, broccoli/cauliflower/kale, roasted red peppers, as part of a pasta sauce, stirred into pumpkin soups or a bit over a steak at the end. It's that mouldy taste that provides a bit of piquancy that highlights other flavours.
Turks make some really underrated cheese
Can't speak for Turkish cheese but I did try a Bulgarian cheese recently and it was really good. It was like a slightly fermented Feta cheese
>you homosexual europoors don't know about our great cheese! stay mad!
for me, it's heated casein
>ummm actually cheese can only be made in my village from special cows
Why are euros like this? It's a simple food to make. They do the same shit with bread
It's because Yuros are prone to play with food like the godless barbarians they still are
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