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High on Cheese (the abuser)

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So yeah... I just finished off a tray of all kinds of fancy cheese left in the department dining area and I feel gooooooooooooooooooood. Y'all should try this. I swear I'm high on cheese... or maybe something in the cheese. I'm oddly relaxed, lethargic, and smiling...
 
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Indeed.

It may also have something to do with me living on spaghetti, lentils, canned spinach, and flash-grabbed (a one man flash mob tactic used to obtain large quantities of condiments and soft drinks) taco bell sauce for the past week.
 

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Do you have a penicillin allergy? If so you may want to take a Benadryl. This happens to my brother when he eats mushrooms. He is only slightly allergic to them so all that happens is a bit of loopieness and napping.

But yes, cheese plate equals awesomeness! The only thing ever left over in my department is a hummus plate......or crappy school logo cookies.
 

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I'm going through a bit of a cheese phase. Interesting research!
 

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Tryptophan! That's what Jessica Alba needed in Dark Angel. For her seizures. I think. It's in milk as well iirc.

Also, I was surprised you even know there's a user named cheese. I don't know who you are. But I suppose that's because you've just joined and have been a lurker for a while.
 

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There's something else in cheese that the cow releases into the milk - it's basically for drugging the baby cow to make it docile and happy (and eating).

Of course cheese is the deadliest food you can eat. Ignoring for the moment the extremely excessive fat and protein (milk is a concentrated food source to turn a baby into a bull - and this is concentrated milk), casein has been demonstrated to induce cancer in adult mammals to many significant figures. In particular, interesting given that it is a reproductive fluid, is that it seems to have a particular affinity for reproductive cancers.

I hope the high is worth it.
 
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Do you have a penicillin allergy? If so you may want to take a Benadryl. This happens to my brother when he eats mushrooms. He is only slightly allergic to them so all that happens is a bit of loopieness and napping.

But yes, cheese plate equals awesomeness! The only thing ever left over in my department is a hummus plate......or crappy school logo cookies.
No penicillin allergy, just cheesy goodness and uh.... I kinda liked it :D

We normally get pizza and beer (<-- with a little financial wizardry) twice a week, but this was some funky stuff left over from a meeting with the dean and random administrators. Although I would totally make hummus disappear in any shape or form.
 
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I'm going through a bit of a cheese phase. Interesting research!
I pretty much snatched the tray and hid in my office for a few hours.

All of the stuff was pretty funky. I recognized baby swiss and feta along with bacon/prosciutto infused bleu cheese (gorgonzola?). Then there were a few that smelled like old shoes but tasted awesome, and something that tasted like smoked salmon, not just smoky, but actually the fish aspect as well.

If you can direct me to the identities of any of the latter group, I will be forever indebted.
 
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There's something else in cheese that the cow releases into the milk - it's basically for drugging the baby cow to make it docile and happy (and eating).

Of course cheese is the deadliest food you can eat. Ignoring for the moment the extremely excessive fat and protein (milk is a concentrated food source to turn a baby into a bull - and this is concentrated milk), casein has been demonstrated to induce cancer in adult mammals to many significant figures. In particular, interesting given that it is a reproductive fluid, is that it seems to have a particular affinity for reproductive cancers.

I hope the high is worth it.
The study found that casein shortened the mechanism resulting in the creation of precursor foci in the presence of a carcinogen, not that casein was carcinogenic. T. Colin Campbell comes across as someone too quick to jump the gap from correlation to causation, evidenced by the blackballing from his scientific peers. If he was really onto something, people would be jumping on the research bandwagon left and right.

http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/China-Study.html

The assumption that casein is a carcinogen ignores a host of natural bodily mechanisms in humans as well as synergistic effects and the fact that pastoral societies in which the protain source is largely (almost entirely in some cases) from milk-based products don't have higher cancer rates than the west (Berber, Masai, Fulani, Shawia, etc.). His rats should have eaten their cheese with beans instead:

http://jn.nutrition.org/content/127/12/2328.short

It also ignores contradictory evidence of cancer mitigation:

http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ben/cpd/2007/00000013/00000008/art00005

I'm more worried about air and water, and yes, the high was worth it.
 
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Tryptophan! That's what Jessica Alba needed in Dark Angel. For her seizures. I think. It's in milk as well iirc.

Also, I was surprised you even know there's a user named cheese. I don't know who you are. But I suppose that's because you've just joined and have been a lurker for a while.
Apparently the process of cheese-making (aging, etc.) concentrates the tryptophan, and yes, I've been lurking for... a while :o
 
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So um yes. I'm at it again. A few weeks of eating like a goat (due to taking harmala) followed by a meal of cheese and deli meat.

Body waves, man. Oh yeah.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2e58BDaVV8
 

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I host a wine and cheese hour every Saturday for our guests staying the weekend. Last year we found a chocolate cheddar. That's right, chocolate and chedder swirled together.

Oh

My

Fucking

GAWD!!

It rocked.

Wish I could find it locally again but alas, no.
 
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I host a wine and cheese hour every Saturday for our guests staying the weekend. Last year we found a chocolate cheddar. That's right, chocolate and chedder swirled together.

Oh

My

Fucking

GAWD!!

It rocked.

Wish I could find it locally again but alas, no.
Sweet! This one time at a conference there was this soft stuff with strawberries in it. Yeah. That was some good shit.

Moral of the story?: Always go for the smallest wheel on a cheese platter first.
 
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I host a wine and cheese hour every Saturday for our guests staying the weekend. Last year we found a chocolate cheddar. That's right, chocolate and chedder swirled together.

Oh

My

Fucking

GAWD!!

It rocked.

Wish I could find it locally again but alas, no.
That's it. I'm finding your Bed and Breakfast. Gird your larders. :D
 

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Cheeeeeese....

Just bought some more gorgonzola last night, for my pear, candied pecan, gorgonzola balsimic salad. Yum. I tried feta and/or blue with it, but it's the gorgonzola that gives it the right flavor blend.

Cheese is good food.

~ Cancer Girl
 

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Cheese + Cake.
It'll get you high tastierlyer. Or just put you to sleep.

I'm going to have some on Saturday. Yay.

As far as normal boring cheeses go, I eat Aged Cheddar almost exclusively.
 

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Ugh, cheddar! It's like a crumbly, waxy, cheese-flavored eraser. >:-[] I like Mozzerla, Gouda, and Pepper Jack, all soft and young. I also don't chew cold cheese: I taste it with the roof of my mouth and swallow pieces whole.

-Duxwing
 

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Sometimes it can be crumbly, but waxy? Only the cheap orange coloured ones. Which yes are gross.
I'm taking oldddd cheddar. Mozzarella is more eraser like.
 

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That's what Jessica Alba needed in Dark Angel.
Wait, so you're saying someone else saw that show besides me? :phear:

Of course cheese is the deadliest food you can eat.
Well, what's the point of living if you can't eat cheese? Give me manchego, give me camembert, or give me death!

Also, I'm pretty certain there's other foods that are more deadly. Like mercury poisoned fish. Or radiation-poisson'd fish. Or cyanide. Or McDonalds.

Cold cheese? Heathens! Cheese should never be eaten cold, but room temperature or above!
 
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I love all cheeses.

Smooth almost sweet Goat cheese on sourdough with strawberry jam...
Oven warmed gooey Brie in a puff pastry shell on fresh figs...
Blue cheese mixed with butter melting down over a steak done medium rare...
Gorgonzola crumbled over honey roasted pears...
Thin slices of good quality Smoked Cheddar with hunks of roasted chicken breast...
Labneh mixed with toum and hummus in a hot fresh pita...
Buffalo Mozzarella baked till blistering on a Margherita pizza...
Grilled crispy Halloumi so rich it tastes like buttery whole cream...
Thin slivers of Parmigiano-Reggiano adding and old world musk to pasta...

:rip:Death by cheese would be a happy death.
 
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I think I've just developed a newfound respect for Cav... :o

I wonder what the business prospects of a cheese themed phone sex company might look like? :D
 

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I thought you meant you were high on heroin and cough syrup.
 
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I thought you meant you were high on heroin and cough syrup.
Haven't tried either one of those, though I can't rule them out in the future. I personally consider heroin to be a deathbed last resort nothing to lose sort of thing. In the meantime, well.... I have cheese. :D

(Then again, a quick Google shows that casein binds to opiate receptors :eek:).
 

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Sometimes it can be crumbly, but waxy? Only the cheap orange coloured ones. Which yes are gross.
I'm taking oldddd cheddar. Mozzarella is more eraser like.
I usually get as sharp a cheddar as I can find in the store... the mild cheap stuff can taste kind of plasticky. But I like sharp tangy cheeses, although I also do like a good mozzarella, or a good provolone with beef/steak.
 
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I was forced to mix copious amounts of three differents types of cheese into an omelet after reading this thread. Now my dick will surely be covered in cancerous abscesses by the time I wake up tomorrow, the day after that it will most definitely have fallen off. Can you throw it away with the rest of the trash?

Actually what am I thinking, I have to try feeding it to some random birds. I hope they choke.

Anyway I used goats cheese+parmesan+hardcore priestcheese.

The latter is some kind of Swedish cheese, which can be utterly bland just like Cheddar, luckily the one I had my hands on had been allowed to ripen for an extended period of time.
 

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I was forced to mix copious amounts of three differents types of cheese into an omelet after reading this thread. Now my dick will surely be covered in cancerous abscesses by the time I wake up tomorrow, the day after that it will most definitely have fallen off. Can you throw it away with the rest of the trash?

Actually what am I thinking, I have to try feeding it to some random birds. I hope they choke.

Anyway I used goats cheese+parmesan+hardcore priestcheese.

The latter is some kind of Swedish cheese, which can be utterly bland just like Cheddar, luckily the one I had my hands on had been allowed to ripen for an extended period of time.
It's 2am here, and now I want to get out of bed and go make an omelet. *doh*
 
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I could go for another but its 8 AM here. All things have their limits I guess, but if no one can accurately pinpoint those limits why should I care? Hmm
 
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I was forced to mix copious amounts of three differents types of cheese into an omelet after reading this thread. Now my dick will surely be covered in cancerous abscesses by the time I wake up tomorrow, the day after that it will most definitely have fallen off. Can you throw it away with the rest of the trash?
You're supposed to EAT the cheese!!! :mad:
 
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I think I've just developed a newfound respect for Cav... :o

I wonder what the business prospects of a cheese themed phone sex company might look like? :D
I talk cheesy to you.
I make you happy long time.
 
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*pulls the can of cheese wiz from his mouth and wipes the excess off his face with his hand*

My life is now complete.

*licks the excess off his hand*
Before you die you must try any flavor of pizza with catupiry + ketchup.

Minas cheese accompanied by salami and sometimes pickles is also a popular dish.
Scratch that. Consider it added to the list.
 

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I am too abusing cheese. I don't care. Some pleasures one must surely have? A few days ago, I made this. It's good, looks nice, and need a bit of refinement. From the cow.
 

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Poor Cheese, must be so sad right now.

It's a good thing I like Cheese when it's blue.
 
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I am too abusing cheese. I don't care. Some pleasures one must surely have? A few days ago, I made this. It's good, looks nice, and need a bit of refinement. From the cow.

...what is it? It looks tasty.
 

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...what is it? It looks tasty.
Basic white cheese made from unpasteurized cow milk. It's little tasteless, as it's fresh. I think it needs to be stored some months to develop more taste. Great for salads and such, and cheap if one have access to cow milk. Easy to make, and can eat it right away. Somewhat similar to mozzarella, perhaps with a bit more character.
 
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Basic white cheese made from unpasteurized cow milk. It's little tasteless, as it's fresh. I think it needs to be stored some months to develop more taste. Great for salads and such, and cheap if one have access to cow milk. Easy to make, and can eat it right away. Somewhat similar to mozzarella, perhaps with a bit more character.
Cows, eh? I might have to have a conversation with my sister...
In the mean time, I think I'll just leave one of her faithful companions here to supervise.
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I'll stick with goats. Tougher, easier to feed, more companionable...or at least they have more personality, and their milk tends to have more flavor.

Look a the cute little wall eyed goat ready to help make you cheese...
 
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This thread makes me feel so loved.

*edit
Or violated.
 

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That little girl looks more like a predator than the cat. :eek:
 
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Got it. Where's the crackers?

Also, beware constipation. :eek:
 
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