• Kabe
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    1 month ago

    Ha! Don’t make me spit out my tea. Your cheddar is cheese-flavored plastic in comparison.

    • @Gork@lemm.ee
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      81 month ago

      Hey now some of us grew up on Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product that can’t really be called cheese on it’s own.

        • @gdog05@lemmy.world
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          Then this must be embarrassing for y’all. Do we have gross processed cheese? Yeah, we do. Do we also make fantastic cheese? Yeah, we make a lot of it. Do we make shit beer? Absolutely. Do we also make some of the best beers in the world? Yeah, we make a fuckton of great beer. I get stereotypes and most of them are funny. The Brits conquering the world for spices and then using none of it in their food. Yeah, there is some truth to that but I do know that you can get some amazing food in the UK. Curry shops are super popular because the lack of spice thing isn’t really true for all. Do you understand the same thing about the US or is your ire carrying past reality?

          • Not really, good for them. However, very few people eat the actual cheese entered in those competitions, as its expensive stuff. I don’t mean to and I sure I didn’t doubt that there might be some good cheeses in America.

            No, I mean literally most standard, supermarket American cheese cant be sold in the UK or the EU as cheese, much like the chocolate out there. Unless things have changed, its not a meme.