November 2012 Moms

CP: fried cheese curds?

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edited February 2014 in November 2012 Moms
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CP: fried cheese curds? 32 votes

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50% 16 votes
No
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WTF is a cheese curd?
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Re: CP: fried cheese curds?

  • Wish I could join you !
  • I was staring longingly at some dude's half-eaten basket, as it was getting thrown away.  It was a low point.

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  • Sounds gross. But I'm drinking alone at home. Sunflower seeds are working for me!
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  • I have to know if you ordered some. I really want to try some but I don't think any where in Austin makes them.
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  • pobrecita said:
    How does fried cheese sound gross???????????????????????????
    Ha ha. Not to answer for her, but I'm going to answer for her. The word "curd" does sound gross to me too and I'm weird and don't care for cheese unless it's completely melted (think queso). I don't know what they are though. When I see curd I think of curdled milk. Yack. I'm sure they are delicious for cheese lovers though.
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  • AmberEA14 said:
    pobrecita said:
    How does fried cheese sound gross???????????????????????????
    Ha ha. Not to answer for her, but I'm going to answer for her. The word "curd" does sound gross to me too and I'm weird and don't care for cheese unless it's completely melted (think queso). I don't know what they are though. When I see curd I think of curdled milk. Yack. I'm sure they are delicious for cheese lovers though.
    I just watched a program on how they are made last week. It is basically chunks of cheddar before it has been formed into the block/wheel. Like the early stage of cheese making. Supposedly it tastes more like mozzarella. And when it's fried I guess it becomes a little bit melty, stringy.
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  • Trust, they are totally delicious. When they are fresh, they squeak when eaten. And @persephonerose, I must find a way to mail you some.

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  • AmberEA14 said:
    pobrecita said:
    How does fried cheese sound gross???????????????????????????
    Ha ha. Not to answer for her, but I'm going to answer for her. The word "curd" does sound gross to me too and I'm weird and don't care for cheese unless it's completely melted (think queso). I don't know what they are though. When I see curd I think of curdled milk. Yack. I'm sure they are delicious for cheese lovers though.
    I just watched a program on how they are made last week. It is basically chunks of cheddar before it has been formed into the block/wheel. Like the early stage of cheese making. Supposedly it tastes more like mozzarella. And when it's fried I guess it becomes a little bit melty, stringy.
    Well, pretty much anything fried is good and if it's melted-ish, I could be down with that. Thanks for educating me on them (like seriously, not sarcasm). I wonder if they make them in GA?
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  • Gargita said:
    Trust, they are totally delicious. When they are fresh, they squeak when eaten. And @persephonerose, I must find a way to mail you some.

    Argh... I can't stand squeaky food.  I can't eat squah or zucchini because of the squeakiness!

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  • I'm not a fan of cheese curds and some of it has to do with the squeakiness :). The curds are basically what's left over after they block and age the cheddar. It's new cheese essentially :). It's un aged so it has more of a mozzarella taste and I only like that melted :)
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  • @chickie79 deal. Someone on Parenting today mentioned a cronut (donut croissant) so I'm on the lookout for those around here too. 
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  • Gargita said:
    Trust, they are totally delicious. When they are fresh, they squeak when eaten. And @persephonerose, I must find a way to mail you some.

    Argh... I can't stand squeaky food.  I can't eat squah or zucchini because of the squeakiness!

    This is so funny... To each their own I guess
  • I grew up with 2 cheese factories less than 10 minutes from our house. We would get fresh cheese curd nearly every week.

    However, I have never had it fried. Not sure what I'd think of that.

    Also, because its fresh, young cheese, it causes me migraines now. So I don't eat it. I might have one if someone else bought it, but even THAT would be living dangerously for me.
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