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san j
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I made paneer a few times, but the trouble wasn't worth it to me because this cottage cheese I eat is just as good or better.

You might pick up a block of paneer in an Asian/Indian grocery sometime. It's another option for you, you don't have to go to "trouble", and you can cook it with vegetables, sauce it, etc.



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Peccorino, parmesean, romano are all diamonds! (feta, colby, edam, gouda, jarslberg, ricotta, gruyere are neutral)
So sunday lunch treat is sitting on the deck waiting for my crusty spelt pizza base with green olives, anchovies, pineapple, onion, mushrooms topped with sharp cheeses toasted to perfection in my outdoor pizza oven, a large garden salad with pinenuts and a glass of organic red.... All diamonds or superfoods!  
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Peccorino, parmesean, romano are all diamonds! (feta, colby, edam, gouda, jarslberg, ricotta, gruyere are neutral)
So sunday lunch treat is sitting on the deck waiting for my crusty spelt pizza base with green olives, anchovies, pineapple, onion, mushrooms topped with sharp cheeses toasted to perfection in my outdoor pizza oven, a large garden salad with pinenuts and a glass of organic red.... All diamonds or superfoods!  


Wow. I'm jealous.


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Peccorino, parmesean, romano are all diamonds! (feta, colby, edam, gouda, jarslberg, ricotta, gruyere are neutral)
So sunday lunch treat is sitting on the deck waiting for my crusty spelt pizza base with green olives, anchovies, pineapple, onion, mushrooms topped with sharp cheeses toasted to perfection in my outdoor pizza oven, a large garden salad with pinenuts and a glass of organic red.... All diamonds or superfoods!  

I have to admit: The green olive-anchovy-pineapple-sharpcheese combination ... turns my stomach to even think about...



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I've never tried the strips - still haven't done a swami so I'm not sure if I'm a supertaster.  I dislike cilantro (tastes like soap to me) and the first time I tried broccolini I hated it but that may have been the way it was prepared.  I love regular broccoli.  
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I've never tried the strips - still haven't done a swami so I'm not sure if I'm a supertaster.  I dislike cilantro (tastes like soap to me) and the first time I tried broccolini I hated it but that may have been the way it was prepared.  I love regular broccoli.  

This is the Cheese thread.

edit: Oh, I see on the previous page where you are pursuing a different conversation...


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Quoted from san j

You might pick up a block of paneer in an Asian/Indian grocery sometime. It's another option for you, you don't have to go to "trouble", and you can cook it with vegetables, sauce it, etc.

Two groceries here carried it for a while, but no more. Yes, I know it can be used for lots of things, but it is amazing what can be done with cottage cheese too! And Mozzarella! I've acquired a special taste for it that I enjoy! I think TC has added some super duper to my super tasting. Some of that strong cheese you enjoy would probably knock me cold!


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Two groceries here carried it for a while, but no more. Yes, I know it can be used for lots of things, but it is amazing what can be done with cottage cheese too! And Mozzarella! I've acquired a special taste for it that I enjoy! I think TC has added some super duper to my super tasting. Some of that strong cheese you enjoy would probably knock me cold!

What's TC?



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What's TC?

Trehalose Complex:  http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP067



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Parmesan -love it - eat it almost daily  
got it as diamond in my swami.

Really the list of avoid cheese for me is very short;
All kinds of blue cheese- and I can live with that  


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My newest friends-in-fridge are Chevre and Tillamook Extra Sharp Cheddar. Unfortunately an old love,Parmesan Reggiano,has become a little to demandng in the gratuity department.


My favorite is Chavrie, the wonderfully spreadable goat cheese!
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We B sec folks can really enjoy the full range of cheeses. If you mix 'em up as much as I do, rotating through many, many cheeses, even if an Avoid should occasionally come around, you enjoy your (perishable) treat and then you move on to the 99% of the cheeses that are permitted...


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There aren't many cheese that we don't like but Appenzeller (NOT the antique one) is one of our favorites.  We also enjoy Manchego, Taleggio, Morbier, and Affinois.

None of them are allowed now so I limit my intake to Murcia Curado a raw goat Manchego.  I love it but none of my friends will eat more than a taste.

However, our traditional Christmas eve meal is Raclette -- melted cheese served with potatoes, small sausages, beef filet, and a selection of sauces -- and I intend to indulge.  I won't eat the potatoes and found some 100% veal sausages so only the cheese will be an avoid.    


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