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The cheese question

10 Feb 2020 14:29
Ok:
cheese has holes.
more cheese = more holes
but wait... doesnt more holes = less cheese?
so does that mean... more cheese = less cheese?
i am confusion someone help

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22 Feb 2020 12:30
Don't panic. Just remember that not all cheese has holes.

23 Feb 2020 17:51
true...
but what about the cheese that does?

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26 Feb 2020 18:59
Well, for that kind of cheese, panic is certainly in order. Because if you eat the cheese, you also eat the holes. And then you will be full of holes.

28 Feb 2020 14:52
*gasp* :0

03 Mar 2020 15:08
so wait... how would one plug these holes? with more cheese???

13 Mar 2020 15:25
exactly.
preferably the softened kind.

30 Mar 2020 00:26
good Idea! Thanks guys!

wait... did we really just have a conversation about...cheese? 

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15 Apr 2020 15:50
The holes in cheese comes from expanding gas during the bacterial maturation phase. The gas forms bubbles which pushes the cheese out and, if it's within a mould, will compress it or restrict the bubble formation. You have the same amount of cheese as you did when you started, albeit in a different chemical composition (and flavour profile).

18 Apr 2020 02:12
Polyducks wrote:
The holes in cheese comes from expanding gas during the bacterial maturation phase. The gas forms bubbles which pushes the cheese out and, if it's within a mould, will compress it or restrict the bubble formation. You have the same amount of cheese as you did when you started, albeit in a different chemical composition (and flavour profile).

... well that explains a lot
good to know