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Smooth soft cheese made of cow milk. 8th Century monks from the French valley of Munster first created this soft, orange-rinded cheese. Wine Partners: Hermitage, Cabernet.

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      27.11.2008 20:14
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      A pretty cheese, but not for me thanks!

      Anyone reading this - accept that cheese is a matter of personal taste. And I hate it - I absolutely hate Munster cheese - the smell, the taste, - OK, it does kinda look pretty in it's lovely orange rind. I can only compare it to goat's cheese, as I also hate that!

      I was staying near Strasbourg back in August, and the people I was staying with obviously had cheese every night. Out came the cheese and biscuits and I could begin to smell this awful stench. I thought someone had let one rip if I'm honest, and didn't consider that it could possibly be cheese.

      I grabbed a biscuit and asked about this orange rinded cheese - "It's Munster cheese, very strong, my friend said". So I had some - just a little, as I do like strong cheese (stiltons, etc) - BLIMEY!!! I was blown away when I had this horrible tast stuck at the back of my throat.

      I would actually recommend it because it is so bad it has to be experienced. Everywhere I went that evening I could smell this Munster cheese. Remember, just my opinion. But I thought I was brave lol!


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