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I know. But you used the term fresh cheese. you can have freshly made curds but cheese, going by centuries old techniques, is not fresh. It is old/aged to develop.

isn't the entire point of making cheese processing it?






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isn't the entire point of making cheese processing it?



I see the point you are making. It is the Theory vs. Sci. Thoery argument. In lay terms it means one thing in the other it means something different. Processed in terms of "cheese" means hydrogenation of oils to make a product similar to cheese.






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It is the Theory vs. Sci.

yeah

we just process foods in more advanced ways now, i reckon

i get into this one in a blue moon re: organic foods and taste






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The Organic label pisses me off so damn much. And it is not that it is organic but what that one little word brings out in people.





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The Organic label pisses me off so damn much. And it is not that it is organic but what that one little word brings out in people.


i was in whole foods the other day and I saw that they were charging $7.50/dozen for free range organic chicken eggs


i'm selling mine for $3/dozen. let me know if you're interested






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The Organic label pisses me off so damn much. And it is not that it is organic but what that one little word brings out in people.

i'll withhold comment and just say "yes"






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i was in whole foods the other day and I saw that they were charging $7.50/dozen for free range organic chicken eggs



That fricking right there is 50% of my disdain for that label. Hey lets charge a fricking fortune for nostalgia.

can you ship em to texas. I am a complete egg slut.






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quote: contrarian

this persona is way overused on TD






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selling mine for $3/dozen. let me know if you're interested


Shipping included?






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Shipping included?

yeah i think we're about to see why they're $7.50/dozen at whole paycheck






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I know. But you used the term fresh cheese. you can have freshly made curds but cheese, going by centuries old techniques, is not fresh. It is old/aged to develop.


This thread is hilarious. I click on it about every 5 to 10 pages, and the conversation changes so much.

Now y'all are arguing over how cheese is made??






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Shipping included?




that might up the price to $7.50


can you even ship eggs without special equipment or trucks? i can't imagine it's cheap or easy






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yeah i think we're about to see why they're $7.50/dozen at whole paycheck



In all honestly, locally sourced > organic pre fab.
I can inspect on the spot instead of off the truck.






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Now y'all are arguing over how cheese is made??

man keep up with the convo. Nah just the difference between cheese and processed cheese.






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can you even ship eggs without special equipment or trucks? i can't imagine it's cheap or easy


you have to have a way to ship them to the end customer in short amount of time and kept under 36 deg F.






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Y.A. Tittle
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Just throw em in one of those bubble wrap lined envelopes and we'll see how it works out. I'll shoot you a check. Or would you prefer payment in bitcoins?





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you have to have a way to ship them to the end customer in short amount of time and kept under 36 deg F.


The French supposedly know more about food than us, and they keep and sell eggs at room temperature. In the grocery stores, they're just on the open shelves.






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Or would you prefer payment in bitcoins?


i offer a $0.50 discount equivalent if you pay in bitcoins






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10888bge
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The French supposedly know more about food than us, and they keep and sell eggs at room temperature. In the grocery stores, they're just on the open shelves.


That they do. They also don't store them in warehouses or mass ship them to all parts of of a country 10 larger than france.






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WikiTiger
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you have to have a way to ship them to the end customer in short amount of time and kept under 36 deg F.




The French supposedly know more about food than us, and they keep and sell eggs at room temperature


yea, you don't need to refrigerate the eggs. we don't. we just take them straight from the coop and leave them on our kitchen counter. they are just fine.

as i understand it, in the US, it's normal for eggs to be almost 45 days old when they reach a grocery store, thus the need for refrigeration






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