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Old 11-12-2008, 01:04 PM   #1
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Vintage Van Gogh cheese

Anyone try this cheese ? I saw it in Weis supermarket the other day. I like trying different cheese .

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Old 11-12-2008, 01:37 PM   #2
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i asked around, but no one has ever heard of it....

do they sell it by the lobe?

in wax?

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i asked around, but no one has ever heard of it....

do they sell it by the lobe?

in wax?

by the lobe and wedge. I found out it is mild gouda . I might get it next time I go to that store. I like all kinds of gouda cheese.
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i asked around, but no one has ever heard of it....

do they sell it by the lobe?

in wax?

HAHAHA

I looked it up. It's not a kind of cheese but a brand name from a cheese maker in WI.

Roth Kase Vintage Van Gogh

It's a "truly handsome cheese with a brown coat."

Sounds interesting.
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do they sell it by the lobe?

in wax?

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