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  • Premier Icon wwaswas
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    I’d go for Cheesy Balls because you can eat the volume of your own body in them and still have room for more;

    or if you’re feeling all nostalgic;

    with the cheapest cheese fromt he supermarket.

    johndoh
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    I thought Babybel was proper cheese…

    TooTall
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    Combos – the official cheese-filled snack of NASCAR of course:

    Combos

    Anything else might be nutritional!

    cbmotorsport
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    Tuc cheese sandwich..!

    Premier Icon annebr
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    Austrian Smoked Cheese

    Premier Icon Teetosugars
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    Austrian Smoked Cheese

    This.

    Very, much this…

    Premier Icon tomhoward
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    Mini Cheddars?

    camo16
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    Nah, smoked cheese is the devil’s work.

    Wotsits loaded into a white-bread sandwich, plenty butter. That’s the way, my faux cheese loving amigos.

    Premier Icon sandwicheater
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    Cheese triangle you fools 🙄

    1978
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    This for me, on fresh baguette. Reminds me of childhood French camping adventures.

    warton
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    BA BA BA, BA Babybel

    Premier Icon binners
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    Blimey. Looking at the suggestions already, this is going to a tough one to call.

    Do you think the yummy multitude of cheese based snack-ettes mark the very pinnacle of mankinds achievements? Personally I think its right up there

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    the very pinnacle of mankinds achievements

    you’re overlooking the Twiglet, I’m afraid.

    camo16
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    Only if there’s enough of it.

    Mankind’s downfall can largely be attributed to retailers’ inability to put enough fake cheese product in a pack – which forces the poor, unknowing customer either to buy two packs or to remain unsatisfied by the fake cheese hit. It’s almost inhuman.

    EDIT: wwaswas, I’m all for fake cheese, but the Twiglet is possibly the nastiest, least satisfying snack product on the market.

    crikey
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    This thread is an inspiration to us all.

    Thank you Binners.

    Premier Icon scotroutes
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    * cough *

    Junkyard
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    you lot need to think outside the box
    even get one of your five a day and chocolate to boot

    camo16
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    Let’s see

    Like cheese. Check

    Like marmite. Checkeddy-check-check

    Where d’you get these bad boys, scotroutes, and are they as epic as they look?

    Premier Icon binners
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    Oooooooooooo – almost forgot these…

    Its another dream combo!

    scotroutes – I’ve never seen those. I’m not a fan of marmite in its usual form, but that appeals to me a lot. I’m going to give them a go!

    TooTall
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    Those Utz Cheese Balls are on the shelf of my local supermarket, in that exact quantity.

    However, until you’ve exoerienced Easy Cheese, you are without knowledge of the true cheese-like product of champions:

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    Like Cheese?

    Like Peas?

    Premier Icon thepurist
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    Good shout scotroutes but I bet that like all the other marmite branded concoctions they’ve failed to put enough of the good stuff in there. My vote would have to go to the humble Kraft cheese square which gave rise to the post bbq sport of Cheese Racing.

    rogerthecat
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    Eat one, you have to eat the lot:

    brakes
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    I was going to post Primula, but jondoh beat me to it….
    but cheese PRAWNS?!?!

    Premier Icon binners
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    Rogerthecat – Very true! Dairylea triangles have a similar effect! Once you’ve opened a pack…. well, it’d be rude not too 😀

    Have you tried these?

    An even more moorish cheese single

    Premier Icon stevied
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    The processed cheese in the old army issue ration-packs was proper lovely. Came in a tin if I remember correctly? I also think it was marked:
    CHEESE – PROCESSED

    which became:
    CHEESE – POSSESSED

    rogerthecat
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    @binners – oooooh it also comes in a block and a spread and can be bought from the Oirish shop for £1.99 per brick: http://www.theirishshop.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=27

    Premier Icon binners
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    Eh? Is it the classic babybel

    The more modern interloper, the cheesestring

    …or the altogether squidgier, and therefore massively more satisfying

    Dairylea triangle. Or is there anything out there that trumps all 3?

    No ‘proper’ cheese. Before the food snobs start. Has to be crap processed rubbish. Dems da rules

    Your votes please….

    cbmotorsport
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    These are as processed as it gets..and they’re cheese FLAVOURED.

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    kraft cheese slice, laid on a piece of processed ham, and then rolled into a spiral of cheesy hammy goodness.

    For a sophisticated take, cut it into ‘pinwheels’ and lay it out on a paper plate, where your pre-bbq guests can pretend they are canapes.

    For a proper cooked snack, microwave for a few seconds until the ham starts spitting and the cheese oozes.

    50% of the population may like to include a twiglet in the centre; however note that twiglets don’t cut sufficiently neatly for the canape version.

    brakes
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    :applauds:

    I assume only wafer thin ham would suffice?

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    doesn’t have to be wafer thin, but that does work. Most important is the shape – cheap ham that comes in squares is almost exactly the same size, so little overlap, leading to no pinwheel wastage at the ends. The ham to cheese ratio is suboptimal if you have ham shaped ham.

    mattzzzzzz
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    Jondoh has it, Primula with Prawns

    End.of.thread.

    julianwilson
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    My kids think Applewood is ‘posh’ cheese. More processed than babybel in reality, and rather guilty-pleasure-moreish.

    Also where are we on cooked cheese ‘snacks’? I am thinking chilli poppers, paneer poppers (recent arrival to frozen halal section in Tesco), breaded mozarella sticks, breaded camambert? Mmmmmm, heeeaaaart attack! 😀

    RichPenny
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    I want to say Cheddarie. But then I’ll have to flagelate myself with a single source producers milking machine.

    Premier Icon binners
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    Seeing as we’ve introduced a heat source into proceedings (and also self-flagellation), may I recommend the guilt-ridden, dirty, but oh-so-enjoyable, so-wrong-yet-sooooooo-right experience of marching into your nearest Macdonalds, and with your head held high, proudly asking the spotty teenager for a portion of mozzarella dippers!

    Deep fried processed cheese. Served with a luminous red, apparently ketchup based substance labelled as salsa dip. Mmmmmmmmmmmm 🙂

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