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Old 07-16-2011, 03:26 PM   #51
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I don't know about Costco in the US. I'm in Alberta and I can find it everywhere here. Check the Costco online thing its usually pretty accurate.

I'd send you some, but shipping from here is HORRENDOUS.
Thanks, Alix, I can see that! Our nearest Costco is 3 hours away, and I doubt they carry it. I found some Canadian websites that will ship. What's the usual price for a tub? The webs start at about $9 a tub. Will check Amazon too.

They have to ship it in a cooler. Think I might get it anyway, Mom just loves it!

Hmm. May have them ship me some Canadian Velveeta while I'm at it. Just when I thought pasturized processed cheese product couldn't get any better...
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Old 07-16-2011, 03:27 PM   #52
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"Blame Canada! Blame Canada!"

Are you kidding??? Alix is close enough to get me with a ten foot pole...
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Old 07-16-2011, 03:30 PM   #53
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Whole Foods has a white Stilton with lemon peel. It is amazing.
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Old 07-16-2011, 03:33 PM   #54
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Thanks, Alix, I can see that! Our nearest Costco is 3 hours away, and I doubt they carry it. I found some Canadian websites that will ship. What's the usual price for a tub? The webs start at about $9 a tub. Will check Amazon too.

They have to ship it in a cooler. Think I might get it anyway, Mom just loves it!

Hmm. May have them ship me some Canadian Velveeta while I'm at it. Just when I thought pasturized processed cheese product couldn't get any better...
I think it was about $6 last time I bought some.
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Old 07-16-2011, 03:34 PM   #55
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Extra Sharp Cheddar, either hand sliced and simply snacked, or shredded and mixed with mozzarella for pizzas or quesadillas.

Strong Imported Swiss Cheese. None of this mild baby Swiss nonsense. I prefer it on a club cracker with deli-shaved ham.

Goat Cheese crumbled into a salad.
I would love to get that name brand of swiss cheese, I really enjoy a strong swiss cheese.
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I think it was about $6 last time I bought some.
Okay, that's not so bad. $3 more online. Will check out the Canadian postal system.

Thanks!
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Okay, that's not so bad. $3 more online. Will check out the Canadian postal system.

Thanks!
HAHAHAHAHA!!! Cheaper to use FedEx or UPS. Really.
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Wonder what fedex will charge to ship stuff to Botswana..lol! Probably more than the stuffs costs in the first place :(
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It's much cheaper for me to have something shipped from Japan than it is to order from Amazon and have it shipped to me. Of course, I can't get things shipped overnight from Japan.
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Thanks, Alix, I can see that! Our nearest Costco is 3 hours away, and I doubt they carry it. I found some Canadian websites that will ship. What's the usual price for a tub? The webs start at about $9 a tub. Will check Amazon too.

They have to ship it in a cooler. Think I might get it anyway, Mom just loves it!

Hmm. May have them ship me some Canadian Velveeta while I'm at it. Just when I thought pasturized processed cheese product couldn't get any better...
I had a look at the pic of Kraft Velveeta and it looked familiar some how. Checked the pamphlet I got at our Spar Supermarket today and guess what?
Velveeta Cheese for P24..lol!
It looks like the Canadian one too. Everyone is looking for the Canadian Velveeta and guess who can get it, the chick from Botswana. How ironic!
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