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A Piece of Cheese? Yes Please.

May 5th 2016
Eastern Canada is as close to the United Kingdom and Europe as it is to Canada's own west coast. This is evident in the grocery stores, in particular, at the cheese department, which are often overflowing with European cheeses! Red Leicester, Double Gloucester, Wensleydale, Caerphilly, Edam and Brie! The choice of cheeses is wonderful! We are both big cheese fans, so this refrigerated paradise was ... read more
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Canadian Flag A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the sou... ... read more
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21st May 2016

Cheese tease!
I was literally salivating as I read of the cheeses available. I bought some 'cheddar' here in Peru, which turned out to be inedible processed cheese. I read that Nova Scotia was inviting Americans to immigrate if Trump is elected. Museums, wild trails and cheese are certainly enough to draw me!
22nd May 2016

Monterry Jack? Havarti perhaps?
We really do feel for you Tara Cloud! Plastic cheese disguised as cheddar, with the texture of jelly bean and the aroma of diesel... It is such a crime that stores would even stock such an awful product! We will be thinking of you next time we purchase cheese...

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