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No Name Cheese Bars 400g or Shredded 320g $2.99

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Or just download the app, no?
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Buford wrote: Depends on your definition of "cheese". If hydrogenated palm oil and orange food colour, with a dash of wax, is what you consider a cheese, then you're good to go. If your taste buds can discern the subtle nuances
between Roquefort and Stilton, then you should probably give this an easy pass. This "cheese" was a pass for me after the last time I bought it on sale. If I recall correctly it was 1.2kg for $3.99. I can't imagine they have improved the quality since.
Geez, cheese snob much...I don't know about you, but I'm not shredding Stilton onto my pizza.
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maple1 wrote: Yep. Industry "buttering up" the government hands to get what is best for them not the consumer. Same in telecom, banking, real estate...just the way things work.
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topshot wrote: Geez, cheese snob much...I don't know about you, but I'm not shredding Stilton onto my pizza.
Ha ha funny. Not a cheese snob, just answering an inquiry by a fellow RFDer. Don't think you can shred Stilton anyways. Be careful shredding no name cheese on your pizza, as the excess oil may slide your toppings off into your lap. Buy and enjoy what suits your taste.
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Buford wrote: Ha ha funny. Not a cheese snob, just answering an inquiry by a fellow RFDer. Don't think you can shred Stilton anyways. Be careful shredding no name cheese on your pizza, as the excess oil may slide your toppings off into your lap. Buy and enjoy what suits your taste.
I think that's a misconception. "Pizza mozzarella" is actually one of the cheapest cheeses because it's low fat. That's what gives it that rubbery, stretchy texture. Generally I think people are putting cheeses like, real mozzarella, cheddar and maybe some Jack on their pizzas which are higher in milk fat. That's what makes them oily.

People don't generally shred really good cheese onto a pizza, but if they did I would expect the pizza to be even more oily.

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