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    I could not pick a single favorite. I really like Havarti, Brunost( my husband says I am an addict), Idiazábal, Gouda, Dubliner, Emmental, Aged Cheddar. I also like brie, feta and blue cheeses but they are not my all time favorites.
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    Cheshire, Red Leiscester, Lancastershire, Double Glouscester... it's rare that I like a cheese from outside the Isles... Let alone England.
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    Haven't tried many, but Danish ones so far.

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    um, I like mozarella :o

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    White Stilton, Havarti, Sharp Cheddar, Gouda, Feta, Creme de Brie (I hate the rind.), and Muenster are sorts which I find quite favorable. We also had a cheese the other day in French class from the Basque region that I found rather nice. It had a long, ridiculous sounding two part name. I can't remember the name, though. The person who brought it in for us said she got it at the new gourmet shop that opened in one of the recently built plazas. I'll have to go check it out.

    I find most cheeses are good in their own places. I prefer that Swiss cheese is melted, that mozzarella is fresh, and that bleu is severely compounded into a dressing.
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    I´m a fan of cheese. I like every spicy kind of cheese.
    It just need to taste and smell good and i like to eat it with a good wine and a piece of baguette... My favourites are: Camembert, Harzer, Gouda, Emmentaler also Parmesano reggiano or (true) Mozzarela. I´m interested to taste some american cheese. Or English?? I coudn´t really understand Freydis.

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    All of the above. I love goat cheese, English, Danish, all European cheese. I love American cheeses. I love Limburger cheese, that cheese that every says smells like farts. I eat the rind and all on crackers with mustard and beer. It makes my mouth water just thinking about it.

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    Greek feta cheese, of course

    Also, blue cheese/roquefort, emmental, gouda, edam, mozzarela, parmesan, and various other local kinds of greek cheese.

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    Feta is the absolute best, in my opinion.

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