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    is there any danger to eating the mold in blue cheese and other cheeses?
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    Blue cheese is actually a superfood with all kinds of good things in it, and if you eat it a few times you can acquire a taste for it. Acquiring a taste for something usually means that you eat it often enough that your body recognizes the nutrients that it gets from that flavor, and so you learn to appreciate that flavor, even if you hated it before.

    Molds that simply grow on cheeses are of a different kind, and not so good for you, and not nearly so delicious.

    Note: My brother-in-law is a cheese maker and could probably give me a very in-depth explanation of all of this. Maybe I'll call him sometime soon.

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    I tried blue cheese once, thinking it would go well with the Belgian quad I had... I ended up tossing it because it reminded me too much of feces. So I just had the beer.

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    I love blue cheese that's why I'm asking. But I prefer french brie.

    I do know the difference between mold in a rotten cheese and good cheese.
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    I sure hope not, we eat it all the time! Favorite recipe:

    1lb ground bison (beef works well too)
    2 oz danish blue cheese
    salt and pepper

    Mix salt, pepper and bison. Make 4 equal size patties. Put blue cheese on 2 of the patties. Put other patties on top of the patties with blue cheese. Press edges to seal. Make big thumb print on top in center each burger. Grill on medium heat.

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    Holy moly, that recipe's got me wishing I hadn't ate the bison and beef already. Next week I'm trying it with the blue cheese and pecan dip from Trader Joe's.
    I'm retraining and strengthening my taste buds, one primal meal at a time.

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    Its also good with a red wine reduction sauce or mayo mixed with thai garlic chili sauce

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    Stilton is good with anything!
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    Quote Originally Posted by belinda View Post
    Stilton is good with anything!
    But best with a glass of quality red
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    Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine

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    We love it in salads, in ham salad, in salad dressing I make, dips, and just plain.

    Have you ever had the Blue Brie? That is totally to die for. I only find it occasionally.

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