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    Blue Cheese -- Here's an excellent one!

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    Hi ya'll, This morning I had a small wedge of blue cheese with my breakfast, and Oh MY Goodness!! was this brand delicious!! Creamy, not overly powerful, very, very decadent. heaven in a few small bites.

    Just thought I'd share, if you see it in the gourmet cheese section of your local store shelves, I highly recommend picking up some. As I was eating it, I thought it would make a wonderful salad dressing. Or perhaps, just put it on a salad with some onion and bacon and avocado, and then voila, no need for a dressing.

    If you pick some up, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

    Bavaria Blue, Bavaria blu für das SB-Regal

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    I love bleu cheese too, I wonder if there's a specific Primal benefit to it above other cheeses? But I could totally eat this stuff off a spoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lissee View Post
    Hi ya'll, This morning I had a small wedge of blue cheese with my breakfast, and Oh MY Goodness!! was this brand delicious!! Creamy, not overly powerful, very, very decadent. heaven in a few small bites.

    Just thought I'd share, if you see it in the gourmet cheese section of your local store shelves, I highly recommend picking up some. As I was eating it, I thought it would make a wonderful salad dressing. Or perhaps, just put it on a salad with some onion and bacon and avocado, and then voila, no need for a dressing.

    If you pick some up, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

    Bavaria Blue, Bavaria blu für das SB-Regal
    I had this while backpacking in Germany. It's amazing.

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    I like blue cheese from Trader Joe's made from raw milk. Yum... blue cheese... love it on a steak salad!

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    My favourite is St Agur.
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    Hubby uses the stuff at his restaurant - so I'll pass on the mix:
    Torn leafy greens topped with crumbled bacon, blue cheese and turkey bits, with some diced tomato and avocado thrown in with it... yumminess.
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