So awesome and educational and well-written! Thanks, P. :)
I love this! More please! There are so many products in here I will try to buy.
I think I'd like this even more on toes. You are an inspiration!
No where? I know a lot of idioms come from the sea/the navy. "going overboard" "squared away" Is that one of them?
oh ain't no thing but the truth.
They are really good. The Sheese was very cheddary. They both are melty and delish. Soy cheese is a revelation for me! Enjoy!
I'm wondering about the phrase "stopping in one's tracks."
Aren't tracks footprints? How could we stop out of our tracks? Isn't it redundant?
Oh gosh good question. Hm. The 2 I liked. One was called Sheese (I know, wtf) and I got it at Whole Foods. Very cheddary. I wouldn't eat it alone, but I made a cheddar and broccoli pie (Sheddar and broccoli?) and it was yummers.
The other was Veggie Shreds, it was good as well. Have you tried either of those?
Possibly only slightly related note:
I've been using vegan cheddar on everything. I'm not a vegan or vegetarian so you can believe me when I say that it tastes and behaves exactly like real cheddar!
Only without the problems dairy sometimes causes for me.
My brother and husband (serious eaters and carnivores) also can't tell the difference.
you are too modest. "the barest blip" WHAT? WHAT? c'mon. your comments are so smart and well-informed and funny. If it weren't for you, I'd barely be rural juroring at all!
All joking aside, I'm not surprised. Kids seem so clean cut now. Their influences are Twilight and Justin Bieber as opposed to, I dunno, Clockwork Orange and the Sex Pistols.