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are the holes where the little buggers were living?
 

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"Because the larvae in the cheese can launch themselves for distances up to 15 centimetres when disturbed, diners hold their hands above the sandwich to prevent the maggots from leaping."
 

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I like cheese as much as anyone else (except maybe jane) so I'd probably give anything a go... but I refuse to eat anything that would still be living and breathing when it passes my lips so no thanks.
 

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just made cheese for the first time. very simple; though i did use a 'make your own cheese' kit. great idea for a christmas present for a foodie, 30 quid in the designist shop on george's street.
made about 750g of mozzarella from 4.5l of milk.
 

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just made cheese for the first time. very simple; though i did use a 'make your own cheese' kit. great idea for a christmas present for a foodie, 30 quid in the designist shop on george's street.
made about 750g of mozzarella from 4.5l of milk.

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just made cheese for the first time. very simple; though i did use a 'make your own cheese' kit. great idea for a christmas present for a foodie, 30 quid in the designist shop on george's street.
made about 750g of mozzarella from 4.5l of milk.

I'm gonna have to get this, have been wanting to make cheese a while now.

Otherwise, I'm mad for blue cheese (Cashel Blue is particularly good as is Castello, both cheap in Tesco) and Port Salut, although that one is quite sticky and tough to apply to bread/crackers.
Any cheese recommendations anyone?
 

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