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I'm really enjoying your cheese posts. Blue is a favourite of mine and I actually love your single blue vein - it looks beautiful!

Amanda @ Once Upon a Recipe

How fantastic! I love blue cheese but had no idea how it was made. You are becoming quite the cheese expert!


I'm so impressed with your cheese-making skills. Really. Send a hunk with Dan next time he comes to Sask!

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