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Desc:The only cheese-like foodstuff with any god damn class, ya bastards.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Advertisements
Tags:jazz, cheese, Ireland, bootleg, dames
Submitted:Maggot Brain
Date:10/19/18
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Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2018-10-19
My God, the preload could qualify as some nutso post-Cindy Sherman art piece. Terrifying and oddly well composed.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-10-19
Lidl sell this stuff called 'cheese food slices'
The fact that they feel obligated to put 'food' in the title is slightly worrysome.
They are pretty amazing tho, like Easy-Singles in a minor key.
Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2018-10-19
"Cheese food" is the American and Canadian regulatory term for products that aren't spreads and aren't imitation cheese, yet no one pretends the product is anything but a convenience product stand-in for cheese proper.

I realize what I type is redundant, but cheese food is one of those terms that says "we can't think of a better descriptor".

cognitivedissonance - 2018-10-19
Soon enough the FDA will be defunded and such distinctions will be meaningless.

garcet71283 - 2018-10-20
I used to work in the dairy processing industry. The FDA and USDA have very particular rules about milk products. Mostly it comes down to fat content. For example, take a look at ice cream in the grocery store sometime. There is “Ice Cream” and “Frozen Dairy Desert” the difference being the % of butterfat in the product (you cannot legally use the word “cream” if the butterfat is less than 10%). There are loopholes, however, such as labeling the product as “low-fat”, in which case you can say “cream” even though it isn’t by the legal definition. The rules for cheese are similar.

nuzzles - 2018-10-19
It's like a tribute to Bugsy Malone, minus Scott Baio, plus whey powder and emulsifiers.
Ugh - 2018-10-20
i guess kids just thought they got bad cheese when they couldn't reproduce the foley effect at :17 in their own homes
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