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Old Mar 6th 2015, 6:29 pm
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Originally Posted by norfolkbroad View Post
I'm going to be visiting my son and family in New Jersey next month and have found a place that MIGHT sell Primula cheese. It's called Nordic Delicacies in Brooklyn. Has anyone been there? They are advertising tubes of Primula/Kavli cheese with shrimp and bacon and would love to know if this is the real thing before we go traipsing out there. ......
I think I've seen that on line, and if you dig into what they sell, they sell many of the products from the dairy that makes Kavli, but does not import any of the tube cheese into the US.
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Old Mar 6th 2015, 6:33 pm
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Originally Posted by MrCream View Post
I have reached a breaking point on one foodstuff: cheese.

Does anyone know anywhere I can get real cheese? Strong cheddars, powerful stiltons etc.
I don't want pasteurised nonsense, just good old fashioned rotted milk.

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
Well, MrCream - it's one thing to open a Cheese thread - but given your user name - my suggestion is:

Check your cholesterol occasionally!
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Old Mar 6th 2015, 6:39 pm
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Okay, false alarm. Just did some more research and discovered that Nordic Delicacies has closed.
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Old Mar 6th 2015, 6:41 pm
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Originally Posted by norfolkbroad View Post
Primula cheese.
I have to admit finding to Primula as plastic fantastic as any American dairy case cheese -- any cheese that comes in a tube doesn't really cut it!
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Well, MrCream - it's one thing to open a Cheese thread - but given your user name - my suggestion is:

Check your cholesterol occasionally!
and my suggestion MMcD is.......check your science!
New U.S. Guidelines Will Lift Limits On Dietary Cholesterol - Forbes
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Originally Posted by MMcD View Post
Well, MrCream - it's one thing to open a Cheese thread - but given your user name - my suggestion is:

Check your cholesterol occasionally!
dietary cholesterol intake has been shown to have little to do with it.
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Originally Posted by petitefrancaise View Post
and my suggestion MMcD is.......check your science!
New U.S. Guidelines Will Lift Limits On Dietary Cholesterol - Forbes
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dietary cholesterol intake has been shown to have little to do with it.
Yes, thanks for that reminder....funny, I've been so conditioned in my thinking re: cholesterol - that I entirely forgot about this new study.....off to Trader Joes ASAP!
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Originally Posted by sir_eccles View Post
dietary cholesterol intake has been shown to have little to do with it.
It's good to know that my physiology lecturer, a qualified medical doctor, knew what he was talking about back in the 1980's!

I have been wondering ever since then why the British and American governments have been peddling dietary advice not based on any relevant science.
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For anyone in Michigan, The Cheese Lady is well worth a visit. Not cheap, but a cheese Mecca!

http://thecheeselady.net/locations
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We have a good cheese place in a town up the road.

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However I can get almost any kind at our local supermarket. It costs yer, mind.
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Re. cheese spread all my local supermarkets sell 'Laughing Cow' cheese spread triangles, they're really good.
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Originally Posted by OnwardandUpward View Post
Re. cheese spread all my local supermarkets sell 'Laughing Cow' cheese spread triangles, they're really good.
But are they really cheese?

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I found some very affordable British and Irish cheddars in Trader Joes.
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Originally Posted by Pulaski View Post
But are they really cheese?
Yep!
A french institution "la vache qui rit" and the french know about cheese
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Originally Posted by petitefrancaise View Post
..... A french institution "la vache qui rit" and the french know about cheese.
How can anyone govern a nation that has so many different kinds of cheese?
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