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Before the crazy experiments with papyrus which led to the development of what we know as paper, early civilization wrote with an angled-nib pen on cheese tablets. Clay casts of these tablets have been found throughout modern day Iraq.
Fidel Castro tried to ban cheese from entering his country, after he visited the island of Tuvalu. He did so because he believed the Tuvalu farmers were attempting to take over his country single-tractordly by selling cheese trees to the people of Cuba
some say that if toasted lightly on a bonfire blue cheese can become volatile
"La crotte du diable" is a Belgian cheese with a strong odour. The name can be traslated to "Devil dung"
Caerphilly Cheese became popular throughout it's native South Wales because it glows in the dark. Coal miners would often carry a piece to light their working day, then eat it on the way home.
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