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03-08-2015, 07:06 AM   #15226
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This is my last post about V "cheese"
maybe.
I'm turning it over to the V-heads.
Just wanted to toot the horn for using squeeze Velveeta for Philly style cheesesteak sammies.





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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
This is my last post about V "cheese"
maybe.
I'm turning it over to the V-heads.
Just wanted to toot the horn for using squeeze Velveeta for Philly style cheesesteak sammies.


That looks great!
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Australia's contribution to "Foods that begin with 'V' and are a borderline disgrace" is Vegemite: Barack Obama: One thing all Americans agree, Australia's famous Vegemite is 'horrible' | Daily Mail Online

Our thoughts are with the family of the Secret Sevice agent who had to sample it on behalf of President Obama.
Hey Clack, it is available here in the local store ($8.99 a jar!) and I have it nearly every day for breakfast.

On the other hand i find the USA style of baked beans to be vile.
How could anybody eat that muck?

So I always look for the style "By appointment to Her Majesty" when I go over the bridge to Canada
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Velveeta is like bacon, it is good with anything ...anytime..anyplace!
Yes Sir.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Just wanted to toot the horn for using squeeze Velveeta for Philly style cheesesteak sammies.
Looks delicious....throw on a dozen jalapeno slices and you have food for the gods!

A question for you...you don't have to answer if you are afraid of ridicule by those "real cheese" bullies. Do you ever take that squeeze bottle of delicious Velveeta and just pump it directly into your mouth? I'm not afraid of bullies, so I will tell you that if I am in a hurry but need a quick snack, it is the perfect solution! All that goodness and nutrition in a couple of quick squeezes! Life is good!

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Add me to the list of people who has done that
edit: maybe we should conduct a poll...
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
A question for you...you don't have to answer if you are afraid of ridicule by those "real cheese" bullies. Do you ever take that squeeze bottle of delicious Velveeta and just pump it directly into your mouth? I'm not afraid of bullies, so I will tell you that if I am in a hurry but need a quick snack, it is the perfect solution! All that goodness and nutrition in a couple of quick squeezes! Life is good!

Regards!
This goes against my almost promise of not posting about V again, but,,,,,,,,,,,
no Rupert I have not, that sounds sick.
Therefore I'm gonna try it!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by wombat2go Quote
Hey Clack, it is available here in the local store ($8.99 a jar!) and I have it nearly every day for breakfast.
To be serious for a moment, that's how I have it ... one slice of toast made savoury with it, another sweet with honey or raspberry/plum jam. :-)

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Not me... I've never bought the stuff, being a "small dairy cheese snob".
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being a "small dairy cheese snob".
Admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery.
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Having been born in Vermont, i take offense that you've forgotten about our worldshatteringly good cheddar.
My grandmother lived in Maine, born in 1893 an died in 1997. Her family lived in Maine since the 1700s. You might be my cousin. But honestly, Vermont Cheddar, never heard of it, Now Ontario Cheeses, Balderson and Armstrong are award winning cheeses with awards from all over the world. I used to live 5 miles from the Balderson Cheese factory. Once hooked you can never go back to processed industrial cheese products. There is nothing in the industrial cheese world, like squeaky curds.

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Admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery.
Some addictions are worse than others. Some leave you wondering... "do i really want to be cured?"

And the only answer for me is "no, I rather have my cheese cured..."

And I like my cheese curd.

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OTTOC, off the topic of cheese

Was the Midwest USA the only place where the sun came up about an hour later than normal this morning?
Could this be the start of the apocalypse?
Are we doomed?
Should I get off this darn computer and start taking pictures?
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It even says cheese on the wrapper...you know they wouldn't lie to us...would they?
It says prepared, too. I guess to distinguish it from an unprepared cheese. What does a cheese do to get prepared? What is it preparing for?
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It says prepared, too. I guess to distinguish it from an unprepared cheese. What does a cheese do to get prepared? What is it preparing for?
It's the boy scout thing " be prepared."

Some people are just so into the boy scout philosophy of life.
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QuoteOriginally posted by wombat2go Quote

So I always look for the style "By appointment to Her Majesty" when I go over the bridge to Canada
So true. In the U.S., the Secret Service does the taste-tests. Here, we have Queen Bess do the honours. (I don't believe I've seen her logo on Vegemite though)

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
OTTOC, off the topic of cheese

Was the Midwest USA the only place where the sun came up about an hour later than normal this morning?
Could this be the start of the apocalypse?
Are we doomed?
Nope. Same darned thing happened up here in the Arctic. Scary stuff. But it sure warms things up. We're at -29C right now instead of the normal -30 degrees.
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