A Conversation for Velveeta Cheese
Dudemeister Started conversation Mar 4, 2000
This is not cheese. It does not resemble cheese. Why would someone not actually use cheese and ingest it, rather than some chemical coloured fat block?
Researcher 113664 Posted Mar 4, 2000
I really like the taste of Velveeta cheese (nacho's taste great with it). I like Cheese Wiz too and Im especially fond of the cheese in the aerosol can. And I beleive it has more to do with personal taste preferences than anything else. I know it's not REAL cheese. But I don't go to Taco Bell because they have great Mexican food either. It's tasty for what it is. That's all.
My favorite real cheese is muenster.
Dudemeister Posted Mar 4, 2000
I like those "Nacho Cheese Flavour Doritos", I maintain they are the "breakfast of champions" washed down with a half pint of commercial grade dilute coffee at he office. Sort of cheesy - some sort of cheese-like product in there. Can eat with one hand and type with the other.
I really like cheese, I would like to see more variety commonly available everywhere in N. America. A good cheddar (properly aged, etc. not the rubbery kind of the same name), or gruyere is great for melting on things. Muenster is great too - on some french bread, especially if you get a really nice (smelly) one made from raw milk. I go nuts over french cheese - Bring on the fromages! Great with a glass of wine.
ted.tfl3.113713 Posted Mar 8, 2000
The aerosol cheese has the advantage of being able to make those icing funnel shapes and swirls. Though I presently consume no dairy, I'm not sure theese fall in that category.
Dudemeister Posted Mar 9, 2000
How about cheese pills - experienceof eating cheese in convenient pill form.
ted.tfl3.113713 Posted Mar 9, 2000
All the benifits of eating, without all that chewing.
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