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  1. Lenka's Avatar

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    strong vs. mild cheese

    What is the difference between strong and mild cheese? What is "strong/mild cheese", actually?

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    Smile Re: strong vs. mild cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by Lenka View Post
    What is the difference between strong and mild cheese? What is "strong/mild cheese", actually?
    Mild cheese is not as well-developed or well-matured as strong cheese; and the flavour is different as well.
    I usually buy some Cheddar cheese that is mild - I like it so much! Yummy.

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    Re: strong vs. mild cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by engee30 View Post
    Mild cheese is not as well-developed or well-matured as strong cheese; and the flavour is different as well.
    I usually buy some Cheddar cheese that is mild - I like it so much! Yummy.
    Thank you!

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    Smile Re: strong vs. mild cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by Lenka View Post
    Thank you!
    Don't mention it.
    I've got a photo of my favourite cheese, but I'm afraid it's of bad quality. Anyway, check it out!
    Last edited by engee30; 24-Jun-2007 at 22:32.

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    Re: strong vs. mild cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by engee30 View Post
    Don't mention it.
    I've got a photo of my favourite cheese, but I'm afraid it's of bad quality. Anyway, check it out!
    Oh... that's very nice of you! Thank you very much, indeed .

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