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Hello, Scooter Pouter here with some product news.
Here's a "small list" of some of the kitchen tools that I found over the Internet, that helps you cheese eating humans out.
Keep in mind that the Internet has millions and gazillions of cheese stuff that you can purchase, but I have picked out the one's that I though would be the most helpful and listed them here.
My big nose has been sniffing out other cheesy websites that you can order cheese from or cheese kitchen tools from as well. I will be listing my favorites here as I find them. 

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Brie - 1 pound
You will absolutely love this delicious, extra-creamy 1/2 kilo (over 1 pound) Brie. This custom-sized Brie is of outstanding quality, very much unlike any supermarket version you have ever sampled. It goes perfectly with Champagne and makes a great centerpiece to a romantic evening. Brie is believed to have been created prior to the Eighth Century. Charlemagne's chronicler, Eginhard de Saint Gall, reported that the Emperor enjoyed it at the Priory of Rueil in the town of Brie in the year 774. In 1815, the Prince de Tallyrand named Brie "Le Roi de Fromages" - The King of Cheeses. Each of our French Bries is shipped uncut. Enjoy it with a glass of Champagne!

Made from pasteurized cow's milk.

P'tit Basque
This semi-hard, Manchego-type sheep’s milk cheese is handmade in the French Pyrenees. The Pyrenees Mountain range, a natural border that divides France and Spain, is populated by the Basques, a people who have their own customs and language. Although the Basques live on both sides of the border, they produce this cheese on the French side. Amidst the breath taking, rolling mountains of the Pyrenees, vast pastures stretch as far as the eye can see, providing fertile grazing for milk-producing sheep. P'tit Basque, made from pure sheep's milk, has a rather dry texture and an earthy, nutty flavor. It comes to us in a whole, uncut cylinder, offering a beautiful presentation as well as a lovely taste.

· Made from pasteurized Sheep’s Milk

Born centuries ago in Normandy, one of France’s most fertile regions, authentic Camembert is still exclusively produced there. The Norman dairy farms, covered with delicious grass for cows to graze upon, are peppered with apple trees that protect the rich soil. In fact, some people claim to be able to taste a hint of apple beneath the creamy suppleness of fresh Camembert. A similar cheese to Brie, Camembert is formed into smaller wheels and may have a slightly more robust flavor than its larger cousin. Firm when chilled or runny at room temperature, with bread, fruit or nuts, there are many ways to enjoy this wonderful cheese. Best when eaten at room temperature.

Made from pasteurized cow's milk.

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Liver and Cheese
  A teacher of a language class calls upon three of her students (all boys) and tells them to make a sentence out using the two words liver and cheese.
The first boy says, "I do not like liver and cheese."

The teacher tells him his sentence was boring and to please sit down.

The second boy goes up and replies, "I DON'T like liver and cheese!"

The teacher tells him to sit down as well.

The third boy being hispanic goes up and tells the teacher I have one you will like and he replies, (with a spanish accent)," Liver alone, cheese mine!"

How can you govern a country with two hundred and forty six varieties of cheese?
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