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Old 06.05.2020, 15:27
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I was soo happy when I could start getting the processed single-style cheese here in CH.


The grilled cheese - like in the video is literally half of all my meals
Careful Chemmie, you are what you eat. Chemmie cheese indeed.
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Old 06.05.2020, 15:40
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Careful Chemmie, you are what you eat. Chemmie cheese indeed.

Hahaha, I got the craving, but realized I was out of margarine. Popped over to coop (usually get Migros), and just realized the stuff I got is "zum braten nicht geeignet".


We'll see what kinda chemicals I get on this round.
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Old 06.05.2020, 15:48
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Hahaha, I got the craving, but realized I was out of margarine. Popped over to coop (usually get Migros), and just realized the stuff I got is "zum braten nicht geeignet".


We'll see what kinda chemicals I get on this round.
Man, you can use anything short of castor oil, as long as it lubricates the bread. What kind of low-fat vegan grilled cheese are you making?!
I usually use butter, a whole lot of it. Then 3 slices of cheese. Usually, 2 slices of chemical cheddar and a slice of chemical gruyere. I also coat the inside of each bun with a bit of mustard. That's for the regular grilled cheese sandwich. I must admit, I'm a bit of an expert.
On the odd days, where I need to eat something with a bit of substance, I do a "Monte Cristo" with 3 slices of bread and 4 slices of cheese and a bit of ham, bacon, or that odd looking leftover meat that's been sitting in the fridge for weeks. Beat 2 eggs, coat and soak the sandwich in aforementioned eggs and fry its soul in butter, while gently applying pressure with a spatula. The lady from OP's video doesn't know the first thing about a proper grilled cheese IMO; she probably has kids named Skylar and Justin and her idea of too much wine is half a bottle of Light Chardonnay. . .ohh, but give this suburban mommy a bit of Night Train and she turns into a stripper named Strawberry and will make your last trip to Tijuana seem like a Bingo evening with your grandparents.
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Old 06.05.2020, 15:52
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Man, you can use anything short of castor oil, as long as it lubricates the bread. What kind of low-fat vegan grilled cheese are you making?!
I usually use butter, a whole lot of it. Then 3 slices of cheese. Usually, 2 slices of chemical cheddar and a slice of chemical gruyere. I also coat the inside of each bun with a bit of mustard. That's for the regular grilled cheese sandwich. I must admit, I'm a bit of an expert.
On the odd days, where I need to eat something with a bit of substance, I do a "Monte Cristo" with 3 slices of bread and 4 slices of cheese and a bit of ham, bacon, or that odd looking leftover meat that's been sitting in the fridge for weeks. Beat 2 eggs, coat and soak the sandwich in aforementioned eggs and fry its soul in butter, while gently applying pressure with a spatula. The lady from OP's video doesn't know the first thing about a proper grilled cheese IMO.
Go away with your mustard, we're aiming for chemical overload here, so margarine is the way to go. Now if you want to make it more interesting you can replace the mustard with some sweet chilli sauce that should not contain anything resebling an actual chilli.
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Old 06.05.2020, 18:43
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Go away with your mustard, we're aiming for chemical overload here, so margarine is the way to go. Now if you want to make it more interesting you can replace the mustard with some sweet chilli sauce that should not contain anything resebling an actual chilli.
Tough to beat fake chili, I must admit. Clearly I'm dealing with utter gourmets here, when it comes to a hearty breakfast of champions.
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Re: What is this USA cheese?

By carefully putting together a nutrition plan which includes a dose of these grilled Cheddar cheese snacks, you too can have a figure like Mike Pompeo.
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Re: What is this USA cheese?

Velveeta
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Re: What is this USA cheese?

If it's orange and full of holes, then it must be Donald Trump
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It looks digusting. Is it real cheese?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enA9xEIoTRA
No, this is real cheese.
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