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Squeaky Curds near Burlington

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Squeaky Curds near Burlington

Hi

Looking for squeaky Curds near Burlington.

Heard Costco Stoney Creek might be selling them. Didn't check and could find in Costco Burlington
Any recommendation?
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Akronica wrote: Hi

Looking for squeaky Curds near Burlington.

Heard Costco Stoney Creek might be selling them. Didn't check and could find in Costco Burlington
Any recommendation?
I often buy from Loblaws or Metro.
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UrbanPoet wrote: Do they have a farm boy there?
They-have squeeky cheese curds.



Its different because they bring them in daily. So it retains the squeek.

Wait... i think burlington invented farm boy! Or was it pickering.
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Apparently if you nuke curds for a few seconds they become squeaky again.
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UrbanPoet wrote: Do they have a farm boy there?
They-have squeeky cheese curds.



Its different because they bring them in daily. So it retains the squeek.

Wait... i think burlington invented farm boy! Or was it pickering.
Thanks, looks good. Any idea how much?
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death_hawk wrote: Apparently if you nuke curds for a few seconds they become squeaky again.
Thats true.
However... i leave the bag open sitting on the counter. That helps.
Akronica wrote: Thanks, looks good. Any idea how much?
The usual price. I think $5ish per pack (sold by weight so it varies). Price might have risen.
This brand is carried in many places. But the difference is the way farm boy handles them.

I guess if you want cheap... find it @ no frills or metro. Sometimes it goes on sale... then leave it at room temperature for 5 hrs to get it squeeky.
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Denningers has them too but the turnover is high enough for them to be really fresh.
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UrbanPoet wrote: Wait... i think burlington invented farm boy! Or was it pickering.
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