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  1. slobadoberbob

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    After all my years in this world I just recently learned that you can get milk from a sheep to make cheese.... I watched on the box the USA programme that covers dinners, drive in's and Dives as well as Man v Food... they went to a sheep farm that made sheep cheese.

    I love cheese and about to have my lunch .. yes sheep cheese (French).

    Bob:Blush:
     
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    Roquefort :thumb:
     
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    You see - yet another use for sheep::bigsmile:
     
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    You would get on with my better half! That is one program she does like to watch!
     
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    Also

    Feta - Greece
    Manchego - Spain
    Pecorino - Italy

    & Ricotta (although it's technically not cheese) :Smile:

    Sheep milk ice-cream is also very nice :thumb:
     
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    You can make cheese from the milk of any mammal even rats if you were that way inclined :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    well i never knew that! my fave cheese too...must be a welsh thing :ROFLMAO:
     
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    Try Brebis next time you're in France - it's delicious :Smile:
     
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    Don't tell everyone - they'll all want to try:roflmto:
     
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    And i thought the only way to milk a sheep was to take it to an Apple Store.....


    ::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
     
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    Spent a fortune on cheese since discovering this one love it. :Smile:
     
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    Ouch! ::bigsmile:
     
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    Man v Food !!

    What an utterly disgusting programme that is ! Just a bunch of animals at the trough !:Doh:
     
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    I did not think it was sheep cheese?

    I did not think it was sheep cheese.... Love it on it's own or with mussels in a soup .. very French

    Bob
     
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    Yes it is bad - but I love it...

    Yes it is bad, but I love it.. prefer Drive Ins, dinners and Dives best...

    Bob
     
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    Roqueforte is definitely a nice cheese, not cheap but what a taste, I buy mine from sains berrys:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    Now you know Bob....

    Next time your out in the country...

    Take a bucket and grab hold of the hangy down bit and keep pulling...

    Especially the sheep with big "Curley" Horns.. :winky::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Roquefort is most defo ewe's milk.

    Mrs Shiftzz - you missed 'Total' Ewe's milk (Greek) yoghurt off your list! Yummy scrummy with acacia honey for your brekky ......

    Never found any here round here though, always cow's. Used to sell it in Waitrose where I used to live.
     
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    Oh yes, of course Jenny - Total yoghurt, really yummy :thumb: they sell it (at a price) in our local Tesco - to be honest, though, if I'm anywhere near Lidl I buy Eridanous (not Greek and probably not ewe's milk although it doesn't say) 1kg bucket, well under half the price and the best 'greek style' yoghurt I have found :winky:
     
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