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Leerdammer Slices & Light Leedammer Slices (160g) was £1.75 now £1.00 @ Tesco

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Leerdammer Slices & Light Leedammer Slices (160g) was £1.75 now £1.00
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2 Likes #1
Love these :)
1 Like #2
farha786
Love these :)
these are vile! probably why it's been voted cold, they're as cheap as you'll get them though, heat added.
1 Like #3
thetripod
farha786
Love these :)
these are vile! probably why it's been voted cold, they're as cheap as you'll get them though, heat added.

holey cheese, why? is it a personal preference? or a perception that everyone thinks they are nasty? surely they wouldn't stock them in the shops if no one bought 'em.
1 Like #4
There's nothing like a light leer dammer..........they can't touch you for it........mind you her husband might ;)
1 Like #5
Great in toasted sandwiches
#6
I must have been having a 'hypo' at the time but for hours I was fuming that I was paying for holes. Just could not think straight and spoilt my whole evening.
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"To make Swiss cheese, the cultures of the bacteria S. thermophilus, Lactobacillus and P. shermani are mixed with cow’s milk. The bacteria helps produce curds, which are pressed and soaked in brine inside of cheese molds. The cheese is then stored at 72 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit and left to ripen. It’s at this point when the bacteria really does its work. While it’s working, it releases lactic acid and one of those bacteria, a gassy one, consumes it.

That bacteria, more specifically P. shermani, releases carbon dioxide when it consumes the lactic acid and forms bubbles. The bubbles don’t just disappear, they form little air pockets, resulting in the holes of the Swiss cheese. The size of the holes can be controlled by cheese makers through the acidity, temperature and maturing time, which is why it’s possible to have a baby Swiss and regular Swiss option."

Learned something today :o
#8
Same price at my local iceland too (should be national)
#9
smells like feet
2 Likes #10
solidamber
smells like feet
To be fair, that's probably more to do with your feet....
#11
I used to buy the light ones,always on/off offer for £1. Nice & mild taste i first bought it purely for the hole nostalgia from classic cartoons :p
#12
Nice one
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solidamber
smells like feet

Because smelly feet are caused by the same (or quite similar) bacteria that make cheese tasty.

And to think people have the audacity to chastise me for having a foot fetish oO

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