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submitted: 07 Sep 2007
cheese: Sort of orange cheese / white cheese sandwich
submitted by: Pete
notes: Sorry about the vagueness of the cheese description. I got very drunk and accidentally ate it.
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submitted: 07 Sep 2007
cheese: Morrisons 'Mediterranean Style Cheese'
submitted by: Pete
submitted: 04 Sep 2007
cheese: Edam Portion
submitted by: Dee
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submitted: 31 Aug 2007
cheese: Edam Portion
submitted by: Dee
notes: Pictures sent via the power of text message so, unfortunately no locations as yet...
submitted: 08 Aug 2007
cheese: Cathedral City Cheddar Portions
submitted by: The Cheesemaster
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submitted: 31 Jul 2007
cheese: Undreal Stolsysteri Kvit Geitost
submitted by: Dirt Boy
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submitted: 29 Jul 2007
cheese: Dairylea Strip Cheese
submitted by: Andy Burton
notes: I like to call this series of photos 'Cheese on Moore'. Do you see what I've done there? It works on so many levels.
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submitted: 14 Jul 2007
cheese: 1cm Cube of Cheddar
submitted by: The Cheesemaster
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submitted: 12 Jul 2007
cheese: Mull of Kintyre Cheddar
submitted by: Emma Washburn & Zak Barrett
notes: Saw the Cheese on Tour website just before we set off cycling from Land's End and decided we would try and be the first to send a John O' Groats cheese photo in.
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submitted: 11 Jul 2007
cheese: Babybel
submitted by: Paul and Di
notes: Once again I submit to you a picture of cheese in a rocking location. Actually it's the same Babybel we used at Donington. It's gone a bit squidgy. We daren't break into the casing, it may cause a severe biological weapon type incident.
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