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alongwalkhome wrote:I had some absolutely scrumptious Australian blue yesterday.
I'm a bit disappointed, I'd happily believed for a number of years that Australia only had two kinds of cheese: plain and tasty. My happy bubble is burst.
Anyway I'm all for tasty tasty salty hot Halloumi.
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I love cheese, very strong, preferably blue. And a glass of port. That's one of the few things I like about Christmas.
I had some Stinking Bishop a few weeks ago, it didn't half pong but it tasted very nice.
totally wicked and equally ace
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mimpkin wrote:I love cheese, very strong, preferably blue. And a glass of port. That's one of the few things I like about Christmas.
I love that sentiment, Mimps.
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Hey - you with the good taste and the sharp wit!
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Well Cheese is best for health.It is a best nutrition.It has many benefits.
3. Weight Gain
4. Bone Strength
5.High Blood Pressure controller.
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