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Old 03-04-10, 11:00 AM   #51
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I don't eat cheese because I like having high energy and a low risk of colon cancer.
opinions vary here:

http://www.organicfacts.net/health-b...of-cheese.html

http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...pg2.html?cat=5

This is from Livestrong

http://www.livestrong.com/article/29...nefits-cheese/

This is from the American Cancer Society

http://www.cancer.org/docroot/NWS/co...ancer_Risk.asp
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Old 03-04-10, 11:21 AM   #52
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I don't eat cheese because I like having high energy and a low risk of colon cancer.
Well then, why don't you go and start an anti-cheese thread and get out of this one?
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I am having a sudden craving for swiss cheese.
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I don't eat cheese because I like having high energy and a low risk of colon cancer.
i don't own a gun, because i don't want to shoot members of my family.
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So if you had one you would? It's a good thing you don't. Unless this is a joke in which case I got it.
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Some people eat too much cheese.......
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Some people eat too much cheese.......
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Some people eat too much cheese.......

I'm grateful not to have one of those.
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opinions vary here:
There is simply nothing in it that can't be had from better sources which don't clog your intestines when consumed in quantity.
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There is simply nothing in it that can't be had from better sources which don't clog your intestines when consumed in quantity.
so don't consume "in quantity". Your reason for not eating cheese is absurd. I guess I should not drink beer so I don't get into a fight at a bar. (despite the fact that I like beer, and don't ever drink "in quantity")
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I'm grateful not to have one of those.
I'm grateful some one said this before I did.
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This is a shameless attempt to divert attention from my Cheez-Its thread

That said, cheese kicks butt... We have Dubliner in the house at all times. aprilm loves the stuff! I'm more partial to a good sharp cheddar.

And, of course, any melted runny cheese that is drizzled all over everything at the mexican restaurant is OK in my book...
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Tilamook-extra sharp cheddar with red wine. ummmmmm.
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so don't consume "in quantity". Your reason for not eating cheese is absurd. I guess I should not drink beer so I don't get into a fight at a bar. (despite the fact that I like beer, and don't ever drink "in quantity")

Eating healthily is absurd?

I lost 60 pounds several years ago, and I have kept it off by not giving into temptation.

If you think that is absurd, you are in a small minority.

By the way, nice job twisting my words around. Had you actually read what I said properly, you'd notice that I wasn't at all referring to eating cheese in quantity. I was referring to eating other, healthier things.
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Until you've seen casu marzu, don't say *all* cheeses.
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Is that the kind with larvae in it? If so, yeah, that's pretty gnar!
Yup. That's the one.
Just can't bring myself to consume anything where the only way to tell it's gone bad is because the maggots in it have died.
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Eating healthily is absurd?.
Eating healthy is not absurd, but saying that eating cheese in moderation is not healthy is.
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Any kind of blue cheese, double/triple cream brie, parmesan, asiago, sharp cheddar, jalapeno jack, gouda ...

I would be completely content to have a crusty baguette with cheese and some wine for dinner most nights of the week.
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there used to be a place around here I called the Cheeseless cheese shop! Lol

strong cheddar, oka, cheshire...
i actually like velveeta for melting on bagels.
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