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Just Picked Up 3 More Cheeses To (Hopefully) Enjoy Today.

I think that the DDB Triple Creme as well as the Brie should be especially quite nice. I'm definitely looking forward to all of them, especially those 2.

May 16, 2014
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Just Picked Up 3 More Cheeses To (Hopefully) Enjoy Today.

I've had a few good sharp Crucolos. I'm not much into Asiago though, which I've tried several times.

May 16, 2014
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Just Picked Up 3 More Cheeses To (Hopefully) Enjoy Today.

I'm not being close minded. Just because I didn't like something (or in this case a style) doesn't make me not think about trying that style even more, ya see? I'm even open to trying the same names of Cheeses as I've done many a times already. I'm in no way being close minded because I am in fact always open to trying more. Period! I also don't discriminate, I try.

May 16, 2014
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Just Picked Up 3 More Cheeses To (Hopefully) Enjoy Today.

If That's Your Thing (or hangup as far as I'm concerned...lol), then that's fine by me. You like Italian Cheeses. I dislike many (but not all) Italian Cheeses. To each his own, right?

May 16, 2014
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Just Picked Up 3 More Cheeses To (Hopefully) Enjoy Today.

I did some shopping today & one of the main things on my mind was to try/find some new Cheeses along with maybe a few of my old faves. I always try to get a relatively small sample of several new types that spark an interest when available. On other occasions, I'll just flat out go for a larger amount (especially if a small sample is not available at the time) in hopes for the best. Getting to the main point though, I just picked up 3 new Cheeses today to test out. Those are Amber Valley Double Gloucester, Delice De Bourgogne French Triple Creme & Les Chateaux Brie 3K Imported From France. Feel free to comment on these Cheeses if you've already tried them or are perhaps thinking about trying them. I usually feel best about the French Cheeses because more often than not those French Cheeses taste better in my opinion. I always hear a lot of talk about Italian Cheeses being great like French ones, yet most if not all Italian Cheeses just don't taste as good or are simply just bad all together as far as I'm concerned. French Cheeses reign supreme here...lol! Keep the comments flowing.

May 16, 2014
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Cheese with crystals

I've tried that already, but I didn't quite think that it tasted good enough to pick up again. It wasn't bad though.

Apr 26, 2014
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I'm looking for more interesting Soft Cheeses, but...

We all keep on searching. It's quite a long, fun journey!

Apr 26, 2014
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I'm looking for more interesting Soft Cheeses, but...

It sounds quite nice.

Apr 26, 2014
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I'm looking for more interesting Soft Cheeses, but...

Then where are those "free samples"...lol?

Apr 26, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

To each his own...lol.

Apr 23, 2014
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I'm looking for more interesting Soft Cheeses, but...

Yes, there certainly does seem to be quite a few, especially from France as I've claimed before. Have you actually tried each & every one of those though. That would be something else!

Apr 23, 2014
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I'm looking for more interesting Soft Cheeses, but...

France pretty much seems to have the best ones there. Those 1st 2 sound just right.

Apr 23, 2014
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I'm looking for more interesting Soft Cheeses, but...

Well, I have mentioned several different types of Cheddar, Jarlsberg & Brie Cheeses before amongst others. They don't necessarily have to taste like that or be similar to those Cheeses though. I'm definitely open to new styles/tastes when searching for that next delight.

Apr 23, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

If you ask they'll probably cuff you...lol.

Apr 23, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

I already said that you can't always get by & that it's up to them. I don't think that that's too hard to understand there, fella.

Apr 23, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

Hopefully you're washing those that you're using though!

Apr 23, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

Wear the clothing you'll need on your way back home...lol.

Apr 23, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

They don't always take stuff, but they do on occasion. You've just gotta admit that there's no denying that. They can take or do just about whatever they wanted especially after that disgusting tragedy. Like I said, I rarely take things on, but whether I or someone else does it & they can see it, it will most likely be checked to say the least. I don't work for them, but I have seen how things work. I just take it direct, quickly & all in stride. On to the next on...

Apr 23, 2014
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Well, I definitely wasn't bringing any Wine on & I didn't cork it either. I mean, who's to say you'd have/get the right size cork anyways, especially if a different type of bottle is being used, right? Besides, I don't mess around much. I take it direct, adventurously & quick. On to the next one...

Apr 23, 2014
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I'm new to Brie so I'm curious especially about the top.

Sounds "magical."

Apr 23, 2014
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I'm new to Brie so I'm curious especially about the top.

If I were to live (or at least visit) a place exclusively for Cheese then France just might be that place. After all, France makes more good Cheeses than most other Countries/places, so...

Apr 23, 2014
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I'm new to Brie so I'm curious especially about the top.

Keep on keepin' on...lol.

Apr 23, 2014
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I'm looking for more interesting Soft Cheeses, but...

I don't have to trust these "strangers" on this or any other Forums, yet it won't be a problem if they're wrong. It's still worth asking as long as they have a little bit of experience &/or have given it a try, ya see? Boy, some "stranger" you are...lol!

Apr 23, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

I wouldn't think that they'd let anyone bring on their own frozen liquids. Just think about it. What if someone were to use it as a weapon &/or distraction, right? Definitely no joke there. Ice might be fine though as long as it's not as big as blocks, ya know?

Apr 23, 2014
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If they let you get by, then & only then, it will be fine. Otherwise you take the loss.

Apr 23, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

Things can spill without breaking though, ya see? Cap loosening amongst other things will surely do it.

Apr 23, 2014
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I'm new to Brie so I'm curious especially about the top.

Everybody has their ways. Just like how people serve different things with different meals/snacks, ya know?

Apr 22, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

Some of them are great/kind while others aren't.

Apr 22, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

Yes, the Harder Cheeses would most likely be easier to deal with in every way.

Apr 22, 2014
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Cheese for a Flight

There are 2 undesirable needs/ways of getting certain things in without them checking too much. 1st off, I'd hate to spend the extra $50 for a bigger bag. After that, don't you know that they charge a hell of a lot for foods/drinks inside their area while waiting for your trip? They make & charge much more than a normal place would. In other words, why in the world would anyone want to deal with that kind of expense & inconvenience, right? I'm "inspired" to do it my way, not theirs!

Apr 22, 2014
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