Cheesepill me. I've been wanting to explore cheeses lately, even bought a cheese grater.

Cheesepill me. I've been wanting to explore cheeses lately, even bought a cheese grater. What's a good way to spot good cheese that's not ultra processed? What are some good or interesting cheeses to try out? My local grocery store has a section of cheeses that is kind of tucked in a corner on the opposite side of the store where they have all the normal super processed cheeses.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    homie just stay away from plastic cheese what the frick.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >even bought a cheese grater.
    If you want to be serious about your cheeses you will cut off small chunks to savor by themselves instead of grating them over other foods like an animal. This includes parmesan.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just start with Cheddar and Camembert and work your way from there. Find out if you prefer soft or hard, mild or mature, moldy or not, etc.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What's a good way to spot good cheese that's not ultra processed?
    just read the labels

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    aged or smoked cheddar for melting things, or snacking
    brie or camembert for very milky mold cheese (brie is less MILKY and more easy to get into IMO)
    salty italian cheeses as parmo for topping of pizza, pasta etc
    Swiss, Grueyere or other "normal" cheeses for everyday use (sandwich, melting, snacking)

    I like strong cheeses with some salty/spicy sausage and some farmhouse ale or wine and biscuits for snacking

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Start with Fromunda. If you can handle that any other soft or hard cheese should be no problem for you.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      took me a minute to realize

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      nobody with basic hygiene can get Fromunda
      "people" are fricking disgusting

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You’ll want to find a dedicated cheese shop. In the US that’s probably going to be a Murray’s. They’re usually inside a Krogers if you’ve got one near you, not sure about outside the Midwest.
    You’ll want cheese that’s not prepackaged- either buy mini wheels or cheese that’s been cut from a large wheel and wrapped on site. You can usually get to try bits of cheese if they’re doing the cutting while your they’re. Below are my favorites in the soft/semisoft/firm
    Soft
    >brie
    >burratta
    >fresh mozzarella
    Semi firm
    >smoked gouda
    >young manchego
    >harbison blue
    >fontina
    Firm
    >mimolette
    >Irish aged cheddar
    >aged manchego
    >bellavitano

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/MyxQxUV.jpg

      Cheesepill me. I've been wanting to explore cheeses lately, even bought a cheese grater. What's a good way to spot good cheese that's not ultra processed? What are some good or interesting cheeses to try out? My local grocery store has a section of cheeses that is kind of tucked in a corner on the opposite side of the store where they have all the normal super processed cheeses.

      Cheese hardness is a good categorization method to start with. Understanding the difference in aged soft cheeses is also great to understand.

      So..
      Fresh cheeses like chevre or mozzarella
      Bloomy rind cheeses like brie or camambert
      Washed rind cheeses like epoises or limburger

      Then there's blue cheeses like gorgonzola, roquefort

      Then you get into the semi soft and hard cheese which are generally designated by country and the length they are aged.

      After that you can start understanding how different types of milk influence taste and texture of cheeses!

      Have fun!

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'll tell you now, in a store like that, if you get a chunk of brie or any other soft cheese, open the foil wrapper and smell it. If someone objects, tell them to frick off. There's a good chance you'll get a wiff of ammonia and the wheel will be "sunk" in the middle - meaning it's dead and drying out. Very common problem in grocery stores that aren't in a major city.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    All cheese is ultra processed. It used to be milk.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nice try, but you'll never slander the big cheese

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >My local grocery store has a section of cheeses
    Buy the stuff they put on clearance and explore. Fresh parmasan is a good starter.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    cheese is ultra processed you dumb frick. i am so tired of this PROCESSED BAD craze. it makes you look like a fricking idiot. you know what else is ultra processed? chemotherapy. better ask the doctor first before they save your life

    and of all foods, cheese. cheese is fricking milk that’s processed into curds that’s processed usually lasting months or years. it’s an extremely processed food. but process doesn’t mean it’s full of chemicals. there’s no step in the process where they inject plastic pieces. processed can mean anything

    use your fricking head. you people sound like such idiots. if you don’t want processed cheese just buy curds. oh wait it’s the byproduct of the milk process. just drink milk homosexual while the rest of us have a pair of nuts still and don’t have bottom surgery and will eat our processed cheese. not because it’s processed but because it’s good

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Preach *clap* queen.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Beaufort
    You all will thank me later

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You all will thank me later
      how anon?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        For trying something just to realize it sucks as compared to just saying it sucks without trying it.

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