Say cheese

Omg…I ate Swiss cheese just this week!


Like a top ten list- holding steady this week – the question: why does swiss cheese have holes?

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5 thoughts on “Say cheese

  1. Danger danger! The holes let your essence spill through.

  2. MydarlingsSir

    That’s how the Man gets you. You pay for a block of cheese but get one full of holes. A cheese conspiracy.

  3. Well in all kidding aside and simply put, its gas bubble caused by fermentation. As the cheese ages the gas builds up and when you slice the bubble burst.
    The older the chess the stronger the taste and smell and the harder to slice.
    “Who cut the cheese?” 😉

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