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Speaking of cheeses:
Patricia...the jumbo eggs price is exactly the same here; I usually only buy cantaloupe when they are on sale at a set price instead of by weight. I haven't bought beef or pork in years....no money. It's chicken on sale or nothing. Same for Kraft products (I didn't even know they made p-nut butter)...right now their sliced natural cheeses are on sale, so I ordered Chipotle Cheddar and Colby Jack...$3 for 7.5 oz each. (It does p*ss me off that food processors sell lower weights than they used to, at the old price. ie: 3 pints of ice cream at the price they used to sell a half gallon....or the 7.5 oz cheeses. Cheeses Krisp! We're getting ripped off everywhere.)
I iz iggerant...I don't know how many grams to an ounce.
Patricia, thanks for the prices. I'll compare them next time I go shopping.
Kathy, I can't drink alcohol anymore either. I loved the flavor and the little buzz. When I drink it now one of my organs gives a kick in the rib that takes all the pleasure out of the drink. The kids had some locally brewed beer at our Yule celebration and they gave me sips. They were just splendid. The sips didn't hurt.
Patricia, I love Gruyere for melting cheese and have not had Applewood Smoked Cheddar. I'll look for it in our cheese case next time I'm at Rosauer's.
Chris, "Gouda is a Dutch yellow cheese made from cow's milk. It is named after the city of Gouda in the Netherlands. One of the most popular cheeses worldwide." "The first mention of Gouda cheese dates from 1184, making it one of the oldest recorded cheeses in the world still made today."
" it develops a caramel sweetness and has a slight crunchiness from cheese crystals, especially in older cheeses."
It is really very good. a nice nip, somewhat soft.
Gouda: With my limited income, I haven't bought any for such a long time, I've forgotten what it tastes like. I think I liked it.
I don't remember eating Gruyere, and sure I've not eaten any Applewood Smoked Cheddar. Now that I've managed to stop dipping into my overdraft account, I'll try some cheeses I've not tasted before. Also some I've forgotten, like Gouda.
The cheese I eat most of the time is Tillamook pepper jack because it has a combination of good taste and relatively low price. My second choice is Tillamook extra sharp cheddar.
Gouda's one of my favorite cheeses. With a glass of red wine, delish!
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