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2014-09-03 08:00:06 AM  
It's not cheese.
 
2014-09-03 10:27:40 AM  

vudukungfu: It's not cheese.


When I worked in a grocery store, it was the ONLY cooler item that we could throw in the gobacks cart and return to the shelf whenever we wanted to, ad it didn't have enough milk content to spoil.
 
2014-09-03 10:44:22 AM  
Kraft Extra Sharp cheddar, surprisingly hard to beat.
 
2014-09-03 10:44:57 AM  

vudukungfu: It's not cheese.


Sure it is. It wouldn't be called cheese product if it wasn't cheese.
 
2014-09-03 11:00:12 AM  
But can I still eat orange "cheese food" powder?
 
2014-09-03 11:08:59 AM  
I like it. there, I said it.
 
2014-09-03 11:43:41 AM  
American cheese is gross. If you like it you're wrong.
 
2014-09-03 11:54:40 AM  
TOO LATE!

/yes, I like this stuff too
//good cheese as well
 
2014-09-03 12:01:32 PM  
I'm a cheese aficionado, love even the kind that makes you smell your fingers for a week like a bad date. However, I'm not going to shun a kraft single's only worth: melted on top of a flame grilled hamburger, with a fat slice of tomato and onion on toasted bun. Preferably on the porch with a beer and Mrs. Pessimist.
 
2014-09-03 01:18:31 PM  
Say what you will about it, but for a grilled cheese sandwich or on a cheeseburger it can't be beat.
 
2014-09-03 01:36:18 PM  

ReapTheChaos: Say what you will about it, but for a grilled cheese sandwich or on a cheeseburger it can't be beat.


It also makes a damn fine lasagna.
 
2014-09-03 02:10:39 PM  

KOLO TV


Kraft Only Lives Once?
 
2014-09-03 02:25:59 PM  

Your Neighborhood Pessimist: I'm a cheese aficionado, love even the kind that makes you smell your fingers for a week like a bad date. However, I'm not going to shun a kraft single's only worth: melted on top of a flame grilled hamburger, with a fat slice of tomato and onion on toasted bun. Preferably on the porch with a beer and Mrs. Pessimist.


Totally agree.  I love good cheese, all sorts... but lets face it Kraft Singles work well on things like egg muffins and the like.
 
2014-09-03 02:41:34 PM  

downstairs: Your Neighborhood Pessimist: I'm a cheese aficionado, love even the kind that makes you smell your fingers for a week like a bad date. However, I'm not going to shun a kraft single's only worth: melted on top of a flame grilled hamburger, with a fat slice of tomato and onion on toasted bun. Preferably on the porch with a beer and Mrs. Pessimist.

Totally agree.  I love good cheese, all sorts... but lets face it Kraft Singles work well on things like egg muffins and the like.


That kind of stuff is always better with Cheddar. Which makes sense, since American "cheese" is basically crappy cheddar with plastic mixed into it.
 
2014-09-03 03:32:44 PM  
You people that eat that shait are sick.
 
2014-09-03 04:28:36 PM  

ReapTheChaos: Say what you will about it, but for a grilled cheese sandwich or on a cheeseburger it can't be beat.


^THIS^ X 12
 
2014-09-03 04:30:25 PM  

vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.


What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat
 
2014-09-03 04:41:19 PM  

CMYK and PMS: vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.

What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat


Its not cheese
 
2014-09-03 04:50:38 PM  

CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.

What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat

Its not cheese


Maybe you 2 can form a club.
 
2014-09-03 04:52:52 PM  
What vudukungfu might look like:

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2014-09-03 04:56:09 PM  

CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.

What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat

Its not cheese

Maybe you 2 can form a club.


Maybe we will. And we'll have a party. And at that party we will only serve actual cheese. Which does not include this.
 
2014-09-03 05:07:37 PM  

CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.

What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat

Its not cheese

Maybe you 2 can form a club.

Maybe we will. And we'll have a party. And at that party we will only serve actual cheese. Which does not include this.


And you can call it "The He Man, No Girls Allowed Kraft-Haters Club"> I see great things for you 2, great things.
 
2014-09-03 05:12:07 PM  

CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.

What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat

Its not cheese

Maybe you 2 can form a club.

Maybe we will. And we'll have a party. And at that party we will only serve actual cheese. Which does not include this.

And you can call it "The He Man, No Girls Allowed Kraft-Haters Club"> I see great things for you 2, great things.


You can be in the club, just stop eating plastic cheese product
 
2014-09-03 05:17:46 PM  
Delicatessens seem to have access to "real" American cheese, white instead of orange, in a solid mass instead of individual slices, and a totally different consistency.  That stuff is good.
 
2014-09-03 05:29:17 PM  
At least Kraft knows it's turning out a shiatty product, and warning people not to eat it.
 
2014-09-03 05:29:26 PM  

CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.

What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat

Its not cheese

Maybe you 2 can form a club.

Maybe we will. And we'll have a party. And at that party we will only serve actual cheese. Which does not include this.

And you can call it "The He Man, No Girls Allowed Kraft-Haters Club"> I see great things for you 2, great things.

You can be in the club, just stop eating plastic cheese product


No I am not a superior human like you. You are better then anyone because you don't eat Kraft Cheese Singles. Everyone knows of your greatness.
 
2014-09-03 06:14:59 PM  

CPennypacker: downstairs: Your Neighborhood Pessimist: I'm a cheese aficionado, love even the kind that makes you smell your fingers for a week like a bad date. However, I'm not going to shun a kraft single's only worth: melted on top of a flame grilled hamburger, with a fat slice of tomato and onion on toasted bun. Preferably on the porch with a beer and Mrs. Pessimist.

Totally agree.  I love good cheese, all sorts... but lets face it Kraft Singles work well on things like egg muffins and the like.

That kind of stuff is always better with Cheddar. Which makes sense, since American "cheese" is basically crappy cheddar with plastic mixed into it.


I know where you're going in general, but I hate the way Cheddar melts.  Too oily for me.  Maybe I'm not getting the good stuff.

And again, I'm not talking about a $20 cheese plate... talking about quick and easy food when you're a bit drunk and need something in your stomach.  Works for me.
 
2014-09-03 07:02:27 PM  

CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.

What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat

Its not cheese

Maybe you 2 can form a club.

Maybe we will. And we'll have a party. And at that party we will only serve actual cheese. Which does not include this.


Kraft makes a polymer out of oils and fats and whey and calls it "Cheese"
It's no more cheese than the DHS is actually doing anything to protect your sorry, plastic, fake-cheese eating bastiges.
 
2014-09-03 07:13:20 PM  

vudukungfu: Kraft makes a polymer out of oils and fats and whey and calls it "Cheese"


So, they have to make cheese in order to have the ingredients for their fake cheese?
 
2014-09-03 08:03:09 PM  

vudukungfu: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: vudukungfu: You people that eat that shait are sick.

What a sad, sad life you must lead if you are trying to feel superior to others by the cheese you eat

Its not cheese

Maybe you 2 can form a club.

Maybe we will. And we'll have a party. And at that party we will only serve actual cheese. Which does not include this.

Kraft makes a polymer out of oils and fats and whey and calls it "Cheese"
It's no more cheese than the DHS is actually doing anything to protect your sorry, plastic, fake-cheese eating bastiges.


Mister science person, would you care to name one thing in Kraft singles that isn't in cheese? Inquiring minds need to know
 
2014-09-03 09:39:48 PM  

CMYK and PMS: would you care to name one thing in Kraft singles that isn't in cheese?


The dog shiat comes to mind.

IT'S FULL OF INGREDIENTS, PEOPLE!

STUDY IT OUT!!!

It's not cheese.
Cheese is made by cheese makers.
That shiat is not cheese.
 
2014-09-03 09:50:20 PM  

downstairs: CPennypacker: downstairs: Your Neighborhood Pessimist: I'm a cheese aficionado, love even the kind that makes you smell your fingers for a week like a bad date. However, I'm not going to shun a kraft single's only worth: melted on top of a flame grilled hamburger, with a fat slice of tomato and onion on toasted bun. Preferably on the porch with a beer and Mrs. Pessimist.

Totally agree.  I love good cheese, all sorts... but lets face it Kraft Singles work well on things like egg muffins and the like.

That kind of stuff is always better with Cheddar. Which makes sense, since American "cheese" is basically crappy cheddar with plastic mixed into it.

I know where you're going in general, but I hate the way Cheddar melts.  Too oily for me.  Maybe I'm not getting the good stuff.

And again, I'm not talking about a $20 cheese plate... talking about quick and easy food when you're a bit drunk and need something in your stomach.  Works for me.


Old Cheddar doesn't have enough moisture to melt well.  Use medium or whatever young stuff is called.
 
2014-09-04 02:15:25 AM  

vudukungfu: It's not cheese.


Yes it is.
 
2014-09-04 03:56:31 AM  

max_pooper: ReapTheChaos: Say what you will about it, but for a grilled cheese sandwich or on a cheeseburger it can't be beat.

It also makes a damn fine lasagna.


Um....


*sigh*
 
2014-09-04 03:59:09 AM  

Shazam999: downstairs: CPennypacker: downstairs: Your Neighborhood Pessimist: I'm a cheese aficionado, love even the kind that makes you smell your fingers for a week like a bad date. However, I'm not going to shun a kraft single's only worth: melted on top of a flame grilled hamburger, with a fat slice of tomato and onion on toasted bun. Preferably on the porch with a beer and Mrs. Pessimist.

Totally agree.  I love good cheese, all sorts... but lets face it Kraft Singles work well on things like egg muffins and the like.

That kind of stuff is always better with Cheddar. Which makes sense, since American "cheese" is basically crappy cheddar with plastic mixed into it.

I know where you're going in general, but I hate the way Cheddar melts.  Too oily for me.  Maybe I'm not getting the good stuff.

And again, I'm not talking about a $20 cheese plate... talking about quick and easy food when you're a bit drunk and need something in your stomach.  Works for me.

Old Cheddar doesn't have enough moisture to melt well.  Use medium or whatever young stuff is called.


Old cheddar is also generally too sharp flavored for use that requires melting. Perhaps Mac n cheese but on any sort of sandwich it's overly sharp.

Works wonderfully on its own or with fruit and crackers.

/young is called 'mild' here.
 
2014-09-04 09:03:08 AM  

Smackledorfer: vudukungfu: It's not cheese.

Yes it is.


No its not

They can't even legally call it cheese
 
2014-09-04 09:28:04 AM  

CPennypacker: Smackledorfer: vudukungfu: It's not cheese.

Yes it is.

No its not

They can't even legally call it cheese



Meatloaf isn't meat. It cannot be sold as 100% ground beef, but if you said it wasn't beef or wasn't meat, you'd be laughed at.  The really anal might even claim sausage shouldn't be called meat.
Scrambled eggs aren't eggs. If it were sold in grocery stores the FDA probably wouldn't let them label it "eggs".  It would say "egg product".  If you told someone eating any of the many recipes of scrambled egg that they weren't eating eggs and they cannot even legally call their dish eggs they would call you a moron.

Why shouldn't it be any more laughable when you use this kind of talk about cheese products? The answer is that being an obnoxiously anal foodie about those two things has yet to become trendy and nobody saying such rubbish would be considered clever.  But go ahead and pat yourself on the back for being so brilliant as to read the back of the ingredients label and claim kraft american cheese is not cheese because it has milk, salt, and an emulsifier.  Ooo scary.


I suspect the people who are so adamantly uptight about this sort of thing were, at some point in their past, the most ignorant among us. Then one day someone was like "hey man, look at this product, it isn't pure cheese" and they were just so amazed at their new enlightened state they feel they have to go around bringing their enlightened friends up to speed.  It is like at thanksgiving when your teenage relative who just had his eyes opened to a minor portion of the realities of the world regurgitates as much as he can remember from his last few lectures.


Eat what you like, but spare us the pedantic rubbish.
 
2014-09-04 09:40:39 AM  

Smackledorfer: CPennypacker: Smackledorfer: vudukungfu: It's not cheese.

Yes it is.

No its not

They can't even legally call it cheese


Meatloaf isn't meat. It cannot be sold as 100% ground beef, but if you said it wasn't beef or wasn't meat, you'd be laughed at.  The really anal might even claim sausage shouldn't be called meat.
Scrambled eggs aren't eggs. If it were sold in grocery stores the FDA probably wouldn't let them label it "eggs".  It would say "egg product".  If you told someone eating any of the many recipes of scrambled egg that they weren't eating eggs and they cannot even legally call their dish eggs they would call you a moron.

Why shouldn't it be any more laughable when you use this kind of talk about cheese products? The answer is that being an obnoxiously anal foodie about those two things has yet to become trendy and nobody saying such rubbish would be considered clever.  But go ahead and pat yourself on the back for being so brilliant as to read the back of the ingredients label and claim kraft american cheese is not cheese because it has milk, salt, and an emulsifier.  Ooo scary.


I suspect the people who are so adamantly uptight about this sort of thing were, at some point in their past, the most ignorant among us. Then one day someone was like "hey man, look at this product, it isn't pure cheese" and they were just so amazed at their new enlightened state they feel they have to go around bringing their enlightened friends up to speed.  It is like at thanksgiving when your teenage relative who just had his eyes opened to a minor portion of the realities of the world regurgitates as much as he can remember from his last few lectures.


Eat what you like, but spare us the pedantic rubbish.


Maybe you should eat what you like, but don't call it cheese? You seem way more worked up about it than I am. Its almost as if you're trying to justify enjoying it to yourself? You can like it if you want (personally I think its gross and tastes like plastic) but its not cheese, and your analogies are garbage. Meatloaf and scrambled eggs are cooked dishes. Cheese is a food.
 
2014-09-04 12:14:26 PM  

CPennypacker: Maybe you should eat what you like, but don't call it cheese? You seem way more worked up about it than I am. Its almost as if you're trying to justify enjoying it to yourself? You can like it if you want (personally I think its gross and tastes like plastic) but its not cheese, and your analogies are garbage. Meatloaf and scrambled eggs are cooked dishes. Cheese is a food.


Once again you must lead a sad, sad life that this makes you feel superior. I'll bet you can tell us all what beer we shouldn't drink too.
 
2014-09-04 12:16:56 PM  

CPennypacker: Smackledorfer: CPennypacker: Smackledorfer: vudukungfu: It's not cheese.

Yes it is.

No its not

They can't even legally call it cheese


Meatloaf isn't meat. It cannot be sold as 100% ground beef, but if you said it wasn't beef or wasn't meat, you'd be laughed at.  The really anal might even claim sausage shouldn't be called meat.
Scrambled eggs aren't eggs. If it were sold in grocery stores the FDA probably wouldn't let them label it "eggs".  It would say "egg product".  If you told someone eating any of the many recipes of scrambled egg that they weren't eating eggs and they cannot even legally call their dish eggs they would call you a moron.

Why shouldn't it be any more laughable when you use this kind of talk about cheese products? The answer is that being an obnoxiously anal foodie about those two things has yet to become trendy and nobody saying such rubbish would be considered clever.  But go ahead and pat yourself on the back for being so brilliant as to read the back of the ingredients label and claim kraft american cheese is not cheese because it has milk, salt, and an emulsifier.  Ooo scary.


I suspect the people who are so adamantly uptight about this sort of thing were, at some point in their past, the most ignorant among us. Then one day someone was like "hey man, look at this product, it isn't pure cheese" and they were just so amazed at their new enlightened state they feel they have to go around bringing their enlightened friends up to speed.  It is like at thanksgiving when your teenage relative who just had his eyes opened to a minor portion of the realities of the world regurgitates as much as he can remember from his last few lectures.


Eat what you like, but spare us the pedantic rubbish.

Maybe you should eat what you like, but don't call it cheese? You seem way more worked up about it than I am. Its almost as if you're trying to justify enjoying it to yourself? You can like it if you want (personally I think its gross and tastes like plastic) but its not cheese, and your analogies are garbage. Meatloaf and scrambled eggs are cooked dishes. Cheese is a food.


Maybe I woke up on the wrong side of the bed :).

Cheese is a prepared food every bit as much as the other two though. Even 'pure' cheese, but especially kraft american.

You didn't seriously just imply that prepared dishes aren't foods did you?

Consider a tomato, a can of stewed tomatoes, a sundried tomato, and a jar of salsa. Taking the liberty of accepting your odd terminology of 'food', which of those is a food and which isn't? And why?
 
2014-09-04 01:19:04 PM  

CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: Maybe you should eat what you like, but don't call it cheese? You seem way more worked up about it than I am. Its almost as if you're trying to justify enjoying it to yourself? You can like it if you want (personally I think its gross and tastes like plastic) but its not cheese, and your analogies are garbage. Meatloaf and scrambled eggs are cooked dishes. Cheese is a food.

Once again you must lead a sad, sad life that this makes you feel superior. I'll bet you can tell us all what beer we shouldn't drink too.


Seems to me like you feel inferior. You're inferring that I feel superior to you because I think this product is terrible? If someone tells you that they think a movie is shlock do you assume that they think they are better than you? Have some self confidence man!

And for real, the beer analogy? Being mad at someone for being a cheese snob because they don't like American Cheese is like calling someone a beer snob because they don't like Coors Light.

Smackledorfer: Maybe I woke up on the wrong side of the bed :).

Cheese is a prepared food every bit as much as the other two though. Even 'pure' cheese, but especially kraft american.

You didn't seriously just imply that prepared dishes aren't foods did you?

Consider a tomato, a can of stewed tomatoes, a sundried tomato, and a jar of salsa. Taking the liberty of accepting your odd terminology of 'food', which of those is a food and which isn't? And why?


I mean food at a base level, an ingredient, a building block.

If you want to use a tomato analogy, its like holding up a bottle of ketchup and asking if anyone wants some tomatoes. You can like ketchup, I like ketchup, and you can admit that at some point a tomato touched it, but at a base level, a bottle of ketchup is not tomatoes. And Kraft singles are not cheese.

I don't look down on you if you eat it. Maybe I question your taste, but if that bothers anyone they should probably care a little less what anonymous internet posters think about their taste in food. I'm sure some of the food I like if of questionable taste to others.

Cheese is made from pressed milk curds.
 
2014-09-04 01:29:40 PM  

CPennypacker: Seems to me like you feel inferior. You're inferring that I feel superior to you because I think this product is terrible? If someone tells you that they think a movie is shlock do you assume that they think they are better than you? Have some self confidence man!

And for real, the beer analogy? Being mad at someone for being a cheese snob because they don't like American Cheese is like calling someone a beer snob because they don't like Coors Light.


You are trying to make yourself feel better about your dreadful existence by telling the 50,000,000 people that like Kraft that they are idiots. You can back peddle now but you just look, well, very small.
 
2014-09-04 01:58:12 PM  

CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: Seems to me like you feel inferior. You're inferring that I feel superior to you because I think this product is terrible? If someone tells you that they think a movie is shlock do you assume that they think they are better than you? Have some self confidence man!

And for real, the beer analogy? Being mad at someone for being a cheese snob because they don't like American Cheese is like calling someone a beer snob because they don't like Coors Light.

You are trying to make yourself feel better about your dreadful existence by telling the 50,000,000 people that like Kraft that they are idiots. You can back peddle now but you just look, well, very small.


You're way too butthurt about my opinion of fake cheese, buddy

And lots of people like lots of awful things. Doesn't make them good.
 
2014-09-04 03:08:16 PM  

CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: Seems to me like you feel inferior. You're inferring that I feel superior to you because I think this product is terrible? If someone tells you that they think a movie is shlock do you assume that they think they are better than you? Have some self confidence man!

And for real, the beer analogy? Being mad at someone for being a cheese snob because they don't like American Cheese is like calling someone a beer snob because they don't like Coors Light.

You are trying to make yourself feel better about your dreadful existence by telling the 50,000,000 people that like Kraft that they are idiots. You can back peddle now but you just look, well, very small.

You're way too butthurt about my opinion of fake cheese, buddy

And lots of people like lots of awful things. Doesn't make them good.


Maybe you should write a book outlining what we should and shouldn't eat. It will be a best seller I'm sure.


Your use of the term "butthurt" kinda says a lot about you.
 
2014-09-04 03:22:23 PM  

CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: Seems to me like you feel inferior. You're inferring that I feel superior to you because I think this product is terrible? If someone tells you that they think a movie is shlock do you assume that they think they are better than you? Have some self confidence man!

And for real, the beer analogy? Being mad at someone for being a cheese snob because they don't like American Cheese is like calling someone a beer snob because they don't like Coors Light.

You are trying to make yourself feel better about your dreadful existence by telling the 50,000,000 people that like Kraft that they are idiots. You can back peddle now but you just look, well, very small.

You're way too butthurt about my opinion of fake cheese, buddy

And lots of people like lots of awful things. Doesn't make them good.

Maybe you should write a book outlining what we should and shouldn't eat. It will be a best seller I'm sure.


Your use of the term "butthurt" kinda says a lot about you.


Does it? Because you're massively butthurt and for the life of me I can't figure out why.

Also umad
 
2014-09-04 04:17:34 PM  

CPennypacker: CMYK and PMS: CPennypacker: Seems to me like you feel inferior. You're inferring that I feel superior to you because I think this product is terrible? If someone tells you that they think a movie is shlock do you assume that they think they are better than you? Have some self confidence man!

And for real, the beer analogy? Being mad at someone for being a cheese snob because they don't like American Cheese is like calling someone a beer snob because they don't like Coors Light.

You are trying to make yourself feel better about your dreadful existence by telling the 50,000,000 people that like Kraft that they are idiots. You can back peddle now but you just look, well, very small.

You're way too butthurt about my opinion of fake cheese, buddy

And lots of people like lots of awful things. Doesn't make them good.



Cheese is coagulated milk protein. American cheese is coagulated milk protein. The federal government decided that since American cheese uses a different manufacturing process than other coagulated milk proteins, it must be labeled differently. It's still coagulated milk protein and it's still cheese.
 
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