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Posted by NiNjiiN on 13th January 2010 at 05:31 (7914 Views)
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JAN
13
2010
Oh my pookin' god, what a cheese!
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Old Shire Vintage from Morrisons.

It's a creamy looking stunner in a verdant green wax jacket.

It's so nice that I've been defending it for days. A small bite gives waves of tantalising taste for about thirty seconds. The aftertaste makes you go hmmm.

If you like a proper powerful kick ass cheese with a good hard poke of flavour, this is your cheese. The texture is simply dreamy.

Second ony to the vintage cave aged cheddar from Cheddar.

Hello George. xxx
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  1. sphinx -
    JAN
    13
    2010
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    Hmmm...if I liked cheese I'd give it a try.

    But apart from Parmesan and strong Cheddar, which I use in cooking etc., (and, rarely, a cheddar and tomato sarnie)...I don't actually like the stuff much. Not 'neat' if you get what I mean.

  2. mini_haha -
    JAN
    16
    2010
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    Cheese gives me headaches, vodka however has a very different effect
  3. Scrotnig -
    JAN
    21
    2010
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    I like cheese, but can't eat very much of it thanks to my diet that stops me from being mahoosive.
  4. NiNjiiN -
    JAN
    23
    2010
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    I've lost a stone and a half and dropped three sizes, nearly four. I'm still eating cheese. NOM. xxx
  5. Scrotnig -
    JAN
    24
    2010
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    NiNjiiN
    I've lost a stone and a half and dropped three sizes, nearly four. I'm still eating cheese. NOM. xxx
    Many congratulation!

    I am still eating cheese, just not very much of it. And I have lost 5 stone.

    A proper "diet" does not mean giving up anything at all, it just means eating sensibly. I've lost all that weight and yet I eat exactly the same "normal" things as anyone else.

    Seriously, it's brilliant you've lost that weight. At my slimming group last week, the group leader brought in this *really* heavy bag....it weighed 1 and a half stone! It shocked me to think I was carrying over three times that much weight....very disturbing indeed!

    My "fat self" is gone forever!
  6. NiNjiiN -
    JAN
    25
    2010
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    It's an awesome feeling, isn't it?

    I pray I can stick to it when I get back. I'm putting in what my body needs, when it needs it. Carbs are being kept low unless I'm doing something physical, for example. xxx

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