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What's the best flavor of cheese?


What's the best flavor of cheese?  

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  1. 1. What's the best flavor of cheese?

    • Cheddar (mild, sharp)
    • Provalone
    • Mozzarella
    • American
    • Swiss
      0
    • Brie
    • Colby
      0
    • Jack
      0
    • Colby-Jack
    • Monterey
      0
    • Blue Cheese
    • Parmesean
    • Gorgonzola
    • Romano
      0
    • Limburger
      0
    • Havarti
    • Feta
    • Cream Cheese
    • Pepper Jack
    • Cottage Cheese
    • Gruyere
    • Other (explain)


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I'm a cheese freak. Can't choose. In my fridge right now there's both white &

yellow American, aged swiss, sharp cheddar (sliced and shredded), colby jack, pimento spread, and bleu crumbles. I usually get a port wine ball for the weekend. 

If I had the space & the money, I'd have a cheese aisle in my house. :lol:

 

2 minutes ago, LLandryistheshiz said:

Ricotta

😳Da ****? That's the one I don't consider cheese...no flavor. 

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All those cheeses are amazing because, you know, CHEESE!   Each one stands well alone or compliments certain flavors and textures.  But I chose "other" because I LOVE LOVE LOVE smoked gouda.  I love anything smoked anyway but the creaminess of gouda and the smoky flavor it adds to any dish makes it my personal favorite.

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40 minutes ago, Spaceman Spiff said:

Poll is public. 

 

Looking to see which of you philistines are going to choose American.

I swear I picked American before I even saw this.

 

It's not that I think it's the best on it's own, but because every time I get a burger or egg sandwich or grinder I always get American I kinda felt obligated to choose it.

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Cheddar is my favourite cheese by far, although I've never heard of sharp Cheddar.  We usually have mild, medium, mature, extra mature and vintage. I go through phases of preferring mature or extra mature.

 

Unfortunately I'm cutting at the moment (fat-loss), so cheese is off the menu for the next eight to twelve weeks :(

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Can't pick just one.  It depends on what you're pairing it with.  I don't think I ever eat cheese just by itself.  Cheddar for a grilled cheese sandwich paired with tomato soup.  Swiss with ham, pastrami or on a reuben.  Goat cheese with fruit like a fig spread or in a salad with walnuts and cranberries.   Blue cheese with bacon in a salad or on a burger.  Mozzarella on a pizza or fresh with basil and tomato.  Parmesan is practically a condiment that you sprinkle or grate over pasta (or that I add to my mashed potatoes).

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1 minute ago, gbear said:

I voted Feta, but I love goat cheese too.  I love nacho too, but it's not on the list.  Is that not "cheesy" enough?

It's the presidential cheese.  Bulgarian sheep's milk feta in the brine.  Prolly my second favorite

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2 minutes ago, KAOSkins said:

It's the presidential cheese.  Bulgarian sheep's milk feta in the brine.  Prolly my second favorite

 

Saganaki is awesome.  Although often it is graviere, not feta.

 

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Opa!

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All cheeses are wonderful.  I offer a top 5, unranked.

 

Blue.  Gotta be really dank, tho.

Muenster.  Perfection on a turkey sandwich, melts perfectly.

Manchego.  Spanish charcuterie is everything.

Brie.  I like it creamy.

Whole Milk Mozz.  The perfect flavor delivery device.

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I like all cheeses except the smelly ones. I picked gruyere because I am Swiss. I have yellow American, manchego, parmesan, cheddar, and havarti in the fridge right now. I have some kind of cheese in almost every dish I make, plus cheese to eat with crackers my favorite snack.

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I've been using mozzarella in my omelettes lately and it's a total game changer.  

1 hour ago, redskinss said:

I swear I picked American before I even saw this.

 

It's not that I think it's the best on it's own, but because every time I get a burger or egg sandwich or grinder I always get American I kinda felt obligated to choose it.

 

Can't lie, American is pretty good on a burger.  

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