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(USA Today)   Maker of TGI Fridays 'Mozzarella Sticks' sued for containing no mozzarella; flavor   (usatoday.com) divider line
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2022-12-02 3:46:08 PM  
I wonder if this is the same law firm that has sued for "berries" in cereal not being berries, "Himalayan" water not really coming from there, and various other suits that show up in Lowering the Bar.
 
2022-12-02 4:43:00 PM  
I've had three bottles of this stuff and it's still not working.

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I'm gonna sue France.
 
2022-12-02 5:30:24 PM  

Clarence Brown: I wonder if this is the same law firm that has sued for "berries" in cereal not being berries, "Himalayan" water not really coming from there, and various other suits that show up in Lowering the Bar.


Well, at least the cereal companies made up a berry name, unless there happens to be a real crunch berry.
 
2022-12-02 5:31:53 PM  
The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?
 
2022-12-02 5:33:42 PM  
Well... can't taste worse than Arby's.
 
2022-12-02 5:39:22 PM  

Squid_for_Brains: I've had three bottles of this stuff and it's still not working.

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I'm gonna sue France.


The water is smart and gets to decide who to transfer its smarts.
 
2022-12-02 5:44:55 PM  
What am I missing?  It seems to be the main ingredient.

Ingredients
CHEESE STICKS: PART-SKIM MOZZARELLA CHEESE (CULTURED PART-SKIM MILK, SALT, ENZYMES), WHEAT FLOUR, WATER, ENRICHED BLEACHED WHEAT FLOUR (WHEAT FLOUR, NIACIN, REDUCED IRON, THIAMINE MONONITRATE, RIBOFLAVIN, FOLIC ACID), SOYBEAN OIL, MODIFIED FOOD STARCH, CONTAINS LESS THAN 2% OF: SALT, DEXTROSE, EGG WHITES, DRIED GARLIC, SPICES, CARAMEL (COLOR), PAPRIKA EXTRACT, SUGAR, YEAST, YELLOW CORN FLOUR, METHYLCELLULOSE, LEAVENING (SODIUM BICARBONATE, SODIUM ACID PYROPHOSPHATE, MONOCALCIUM PHOSPHATE), NONFAT MILK, ONION POWDER, SODIUM ALGINATE, MARINARA SAUCE: WATER, TOMATO PASTE, WHITE DISTILLED VINEGAR, CONTAINS LESS THAN 2% OF: SUGAR, MODIFIED FOOD STARCH, SALT, GARLIC POWDER, SPICES, ONION POWDER, POTASSIUM SORBATE AND SODIUM BENZOATE (PRESERVATIVES), CITRIC ACID, XANTHAN GUM.
 
2022-12-02 5:47:47 PM  
I have nothing to add, other than real buffalo milk mozzarella is farking amazing, although the price makes it a very rare snack instead of actually using it as an ingredient in a real recipe. It's really strong, too.
 
2022-12-02 6:38:20 PM  

Trocadero: I have nothing to add, other than real buffalo milk mozzarella is farking amazing, although the price makes it a very rare snack instead of actually using it as an ingredient in a real recipe. It's really strong, too.


Honestly just getting some crappy mozz sticks from the grocery store, making a beer batter with salt pepper garlic and Italian herb blend is better than like any of the commercial cheese sticks. Pretty damn fast too
 
2022-12-02 7:17:03 PM  
Wait till they hear that girl scout cookies contain no girl scouts.
 
2022-12-02 7:17:15 PM  

Moniker o' Shame: What am I missing?  It seems to be the main ingredient.


A different product entirely.  The frozen sticks (which are probably the same frozen commodity as every Sysco truck and Walmart store brand) are mozzarella.  The product in the lawsuit (which I haven't seen, tbh) is "Snack Sticks" which look like Cheetos with a slight mozz/marinara engineered flavor dusted on them.
 
2022-12-02 7:21:44 PM  

Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?


Come on, you're surprised?
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2022-12-02 7:50:10 PM  

Axeofjudgement: Trocadero: I have nothing to add, other than real buffalo milk mozzarella is farking amazing, although the price makes it a very rare snack instead of actually using it as an ingredient in a real recipe. It's really strong, too.

Honestly just getting some crappy mozz sticks from the grocery store, making a beer batter with salt pepper garlic and Italian herb blend is better than like any of the commercial cheese sticks. Pretty damn fast too


I learned to make beer batter cheese curds several years ago and it was so easy and good I had to brainwash myself into thinking it was too much hassle so I wouldn't make them all the time and need to buy big new pants and belts. Thanks Axe, I suppose I better go home and drink to forget again...
 
2022-12-02 7:54:39 PM  
It's Almost Mozzarrella!
 
2022-12-02 8:04:10 PM  

Stormin Gorman: Axeofjudgement: Trocadero: I have nothing to add, other than real buffalo milk mozzarella is farking amazing, although the price makes it a very rare snack instead of actually using it as an ingredient in a real recipe. It's really strong, too.

Honestly just getting some crappy mozz sticks from the grocery store, making a beer batter with salt pepper garlic and Italian herb blend is better than like any of the commercial cheese sticks. Pretty damn fast too

I learned to make beer batter cheese curds several years ago and it was so easy and good I had to brainwash myself into thinking it was too much hassle so I wouldn't make them all the time and need to buy big new pants and belts. Thanks Axe, I suppose I better go home and drink to forget again...


Alot of foods like that, especially the fried stuff, It's not the making that deters me, it's the fact that I am not a very tidy chef and the cleanup isnt worth it.

I'll put a comma wherever I damn, well please.
 
2022-12-02 8:58:14 PM  
This is a Gawker article about trying to see how many mozzarella sticks the author can eat during her unlimited app experience. It's pretty creative and funny (imho):

https://www.gawker.com/my-14-hour-search-for-the-end-of-tgi-fridays-endless-ap-1606122925
 
2022-12-02 9:03:15 PM  

Moose out front: This is a Gawker article about trying to see how many mozzarella sticks the author can eat during her unlimited app experience. It's pretty creative and funny (imho):

https://www.gawker.com/my-14-hour-search-for-the-end-of-tgi-fridays-endless-ap-1606122925


Oh god...I remember almost getting indigestion just reading that.
 
2022-12-02 9:10:18 PM  

TheSubjunctive: A different product entirely. The frozen sticks (which are probably the same frozen commodity as every Sysco truck and Walmart store brand) are mozzarella. The product in the lawsuit (which I haven't seen, tbh) is "Snack Sticks" which look like Cheetos with a slight mozz/marinara engineered flavor dusted on them.


You know what, I was walking by a Red Robin super early in the morning while a Sysco truck was parked nearby with stuff being loaded in.  It felt like I was seeing my grandma naked, seeing their secrets like that.
 
2022-12-02 9:27:15 PM  

zerkalo: It's Almost Mozzarrella!


It's sold as "I Can't Believe It's Not Mozzarella," in the Bay Area.
 
2022-12-02 9:39:35 PM  
I would not have let TGI Fridays off the hook.  If they have them listed as mozzarella sticks on the menu and it is on them to ensure what they order to serve is what is on their menu.
 
2022-12-02 9:46:47 PM  

OhioUGrad: Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?

Come on, you're surprised?
[miro.medium.com image 418x231]


Whether you consider it idiots or not, it ought to be basic consumer protection to not be allowed to mislabel items. But seeing that lying is legal in USA, then I don't see how this lawsuit has merit.

Otherwise fake milk, fake meat, fake cheese, fake country of origin etc. wouldn't be so prevailant, in USA.

In the EU, milk has to actually be milk, cheese actual cheese, meat actual meat, German sausage actually from Germany etc. And I don't believe that's because consumers in the EU are idiots, but rather, because allowing lying on labels is idiotic.
 
2022-12-02 9:57:33 PM  

Ketchuponsteak: OhioUGrad: Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?

Come on, you're surprised?
[miro.medium.com image 418x231]

Whether you consider it idiots or not, it ought to be basic consumer protection to not be allowed to mislabel items. But seeing that lying is legal in USA, then I don't see how this lawsuit has merit.

Otherwise fake milk, fake meat, fake cheese, fake country of origin etc. wouldn't be so prevailant, in USA.

In the EU, milk has to actually be milk, cheese actual cheese, meat actual meat, German sausage actually from Germany etc. And I don't believe that's because consumers in the EU are idiots, but rather, because allowing lying on labels is idiotic.


I cant help but reply

This cake does not come from Germany. Well, it is out of stock , so maybe it does ...
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2022-12-02 10:26:26 PM  

alienated: Ketchuponsteak: OhioUGrad: Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?

Come on, you're surprised?
[miro.medium.com image 418x231]

Whether you consider it idiots or not, it ought to be basic consumer protection to not be allowed to mislabel items. But seeing that lying is legal in USA, then I don't see how this lawsuit has merit.

Otherwise fake milk, fake meat, fake cheese, fake country of origin etc. wouldn't be so prevailant, in USA.

In the EU, milk has to actually be milk, cheese actual cheese, meat actual meat, German sausage actually from Germany etc. And I don't believe that's because consumers in the EU are idiots, but rather, because allowing lying on labels is idiotic.

I cant help but reply

This cake does not come from Germany. Well, it is out of stock , so maybe it does ...
[Fark user image 850x471]


German chocolate cake was invented in America by an English immigrant.
 
2022-12-02 10:29:32 PM  

Ketchuponsteak: OhioUGrad: Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?

Come on, you're surprised?
[miro.medium.com image 418x231]

Whether you consider it idiots or not, it ought to be basic consumer protection to not be allowed to mislabel items. But seeing that lying is legal in USA, then I don't see how this lawsuit has merit.

Otherwise fake milk, fake meat, fake cheese, fake country of origin etc. wouldn't be so prevailant, in USA.

In the EU, milk has to actually be milk, cheese actual cheese, meat actual meat, German sausage actually from Germany etc. And I don't believe that's because consumers in the EU are idiots, but rather, because allowing lying on labels is idiotic.


I really want to pick a fight with you, but yah you are right.
 
2022-12-02 10:31:33 PM  

Trocadero: German chocolate cake was invented in America by an English immigrant.


Some people just cannot allow others to make a bad joke. So much for my bad deed for the day.
 
2022-12-02 10:37:21 PM  

grimlock1972: I would not have let TGI Fridays off the hook.  If they have them listed as mozzarella sticks on the menu and it is on them to ensure what they order to serve is what is on their menu.


The 'food' in question isn't what is sold in their restaurants. It's a convenience store/vending machine chip made by a totally different company who pay a license fee to TGI Friday to slap their logo on it and that's the extent of their relationship.
 
2022-12-02 10:54:04 PM  

alienated: Ketchuponsteak: OhioUGrad: Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?

Come on, you're surprised?
[miro.medium.com image 418x231]

Whether you consider it idiots or not, it ought to be basic consumer protection to not be allowed to mislabel items. But seeing that lying is legal in USA, then I don't see how this lawsuit has merit.

Otherwise fake milk, fake meat, fake cheese, fake country of origin etc. wouldn't be so prevailant, in USA.

In the EU, milk has to actually be milk, cheese actual cheese, meat actual meat, German sausage actually from Germany etc. And I don't believe that's because consumers in the EU are idiots, but rather, because allowing lying on labels is idiotic.

I cant help but reply

This cake does not come from Germany. Well, it is out of stock , so maybe it does ...
[Fark user image 850x471]


There's probably exceptions for products that have a country of origin in its name, for historic reasons, rather than trying to describe type. I can't really think of any offhand though.
 
2022-12-02 10:54:27 PM  

olorin604: Ketchuponsteak: OhioUGrad: Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?

Come on, you're surprised?
[miro.medium.com image 418x231]

Whether you consider it idiots or not, it ought to be basic consumer protection to not be allowed to mislabel items. But seeing that lying is legal in USA, then I don't see how this lawsuit has merit.

Otherwise fake milk, fake meat, fake cheese, fake country of origin etc. wouldn't be so prevailant, in USA.

In the EU, milk has to actually be milk, cheese actual cheese, meat actual meat, German sausage actually from Germany etc. And I don't believe that's because consumers in the EU are idiots, but rather, because allowing lying on labels is idiotic.

I really want to pick a fight with you, but yah you are right.


Maybe another day. :)
 
2022-12-02 10:57:38 PM  

TheSubjunctive: grimlock1972: I would not have let TGI Fridays off the hook.  If they have them listed as mozzarella sticks on the menu and it is on them to ensure what they order to serve is what is on their menu.

The 'food' in question isn't what is sold in their restaurants. It's a convenience store/vending machine chip made by a totally different company who pay a license fee to TGI Friday to slap their logo on it and that's the extent of their relationship.


That was a really great Spongebob episode w/ guest voice Jon Hamm.

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2022-12-02 11:22:58 PM  

Ketchuponsteak: OhioUGrad: Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?

Come on, you're surprised?
[miro.medium.com image 418x231]

Whether you consider it idiots or not, it ought to be basic consumer protection to not be allowed to mislabel items. But seeing that lying is legal in USA, then I don't see how this lawsuit has merit.

Otherwise fake milk, fake meat, fake cheese, fake country of origin etc. wouldn't be so prevailant, in USA.

In the EU, milk has to actually be milk, cheese actual cheese, meat actual meat, German sausage actually from Germany etc. And I don't believe that's because consumers in the EU are idiots, but rather, because allowing lying on labels is idiotic.


We are talking about a group that had the common sense to implement GDPR while the US was trying to figure out how to spell GDPR.

/also, was in talks to work on a project for (redacted) where they were updating their program that just relabeled things in France to meet "compliance of labeling"
//product was still the original product
///seemed very shady
////Fortune 100 company
 
2022-12-03 12:14:50 AM  
Do they contain sticks?  False labelling!!
 
2022-12-03 12:22:41 AM  

Moose out front: This is a Gawker article about trying to see how many mozzarella sticks the author can eat during her unlimited app experience. It's pretty creative and funny (imho):

https://www.gawker.com/my-14-hour-search-for-the-end-of-tgi-fridays-endless-ap-1606122925


That seems like a very bad idea
 
2022-12-03 1:17:03 AM  

talkertopc: Wait till they hear that girl scout cookies contain no girl scouts.


This stuff is similarly mislabeled.

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That's why I have to spend extra for fresh squeezed.
 
2022-12-03 1:56:51 AM  

Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?


There's no Mozzarella. Moose out front should'a told ya.

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2022-12-03 2:38:52 AM  
I can understand the confusion.

Contains mozzarella:
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Does not contain mozzarella:
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That is not clear at all.
 
2022-12-03 2:53:12 AM  
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2022-12-03 4:59:50 AM  

Excelsior: [img.ifunny.co image 850x868]


Typical customer:  "Just 5?!  WTF you trying to starve me here??"
 
2022-12-03 5:53:35 AM  

Stormin Gorman: Axeofjudgement: Trocadero: I have nothing to add, other than real buffalo milk mozzarella is farking amazing, although the price makes it a very rare snack instead of actually using it as an ingredient in a real recipe. It's really strong, too.

Honestly just getting some crappy mozz sticks from the grocery store, making a beer batter with salt pepper garlic and Italian herb blend is better than like any of the commercial cheese sticks. Pretty damn fast too

I learned to make beer batter cheese curds several years ago and it was so easy and good I had to brainwash myself into thinking it was too much hassle so I wouldn't make them all the time and need to buy big new pants and belts. Thanks Axe, I suppose I better go home and drink to forget again...


See the problem here is you stopped drinking. If you're already drinking it's too much of a hassle!
 
2022-12-03 6:53:51 AM  
Most mozzarella is fairly flavorless anyway.  If you want more flavor, go with provolone instead.
 
2022-12-03 7:38:26 AM  

alienated: Ketchuponsteak: OhioUGrad: Eddie Hazel's E string: The back label specifies the sticks contain no mozzarella, but Joseph said she would've still "reasonably" believed the product contained mozzarella given the prominence of the words "Mozzarella Sticks" and "her reasonable understanding that mozzarella sticks, by definition, contain mozzarella cheese," court documents show.

Oh, FFS. There's merit to a case where the consumer had to actively ignore the back label in order to be "misled"?

Come on, you're surprised?
[miro.medium.com image 418x231]

Whether you consider it idiots or not, it ought to be basic consumer protection to not be allowed to mislabel items. But seeing that lying is legal in USA, then I don't see how this lawsuit has merit.

Otherwise fake milk, fake meat, fake cheese, fake country of origin etc. wouldn't be so prevailant, in USA.

In the EU, milk has to actually be milk, cheese actual cheese, meat actual meat, German sausage actually from Germany etc. And I don't believe that's because consumers in the EU are idiots, but rather, because allowing lying on labels is idiotic.

I cant help but reply

This cake does not come from Germany. Well, it is out of stock , so maybe it does ...
[Fark user image image 850x471]


Hawaiian Pizza didn't come from Hawaii either. It came from Canada.
 
2022-12-03 9:41:58 AM  
Maybe they can argue that "mozzarella sticks" has become a generic name like kleenex or Xerox.
Cheddar cheese is better than mozzarella anyway, really.
 
2022-12-03 10:24:08 AM  
"serial class action plaintiff"
 
2022-12-03 10:56:28 AM  

The Weekend Baker: Most mozzarella is fairly flavorless anyway.  If you want more flavor, go with provolone instead.


Provolone on pizza is a serious game changer. Donato's was my favorite for this reason.
 
2022-12-03 11:21:00 AM  

Gordon Bennett: I can understand the confusion.

Contains mozzarella:
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Does not contain mozzarella:
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That is not clear at all.


Thanks. Now the story makes sense. The product at issue is more like an Italian-flavored Cheeto, not a mozzarella stick. The plaintiff is still a dumbass.
 
2022-12-03 12:52:54 PM  

TheSubjunctive: grimlock1972: I would not have let TGI Fridays off the hook.  If they have them listed as mozzarella sticks on the menu and it is on them to ensure what they order to serve is what is on their menu.

The 'food' in question isn't what is sold in their restaurants. It's a convenience store/vending machine chip made by a totally different company who pay a license fee to TGI Friday to slap their logo on it and that's the extent of their relationship.


ah okay , then TGI Fridays likely at most would have minimal liability if they had any sort of oversight on the product which they likely did not.
 
2022-12-03 1:19:46 PM  

Kitty2.0: The Weekend Baker: Most mozzarella is fairly flavorless anyway.  If you want more flavor, go with provolone instead.

Provolone on pizza is a serious game changer. Donato's was my favorite for this reason.


Definitely.  I've been using it for years when I make pizza.

To me, it's a lot like comparing Parmesan to Romano -- Parmesan is good, but Romano has a lot more flavor, so I usually use it instead.
 
2022-12-03 1:34:42 PM  

The Weekend Baker: Kitty2.0: The Weekend Baker: Most mozzarella is fairly flavorless anyway.  If you want more flavor, go with provolone instead.

Provolone on pizza is a serious game changer. Donato's was my favorite for this reason.

Definitely.  I've been using it for years when I make pizza.

To me, it's a lot like comparing Parmesan to Romano -- Parmesan is good, but Romano has a lot more flavor, so I usually use it instead.


Absolutely. Because I'm lazy I get the mix of grated parmesan and Romano.
 
2022-12-03 1:49:17 PM  

JZDave: Gordon Bennett: I can understand the confusion.

Contains mozzarella:
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Does not contain mozzarella:
[Fark user image 800x800]

That is not clear at all.

Thanks. Now the story makes sense. The product at issue is more like an Italian-flavored Cheeto, not a mozzarella stick. The plaintiff is still a dumbass.


He's litigious. The sort of person who files a lawsuit over things the rest of us would be mildly annoyed over before moving on with our lives.
 
2022-12-03 1:55:35 PM  
Just bought a box of this stuff and came back to read this.  The actual mozza sticks are made with mozza cheese.  The guy that said that the complaint was about mozza stick flavored cheetos was absolutely on the ball.
 
2022-12-03 4:22:58 PM  
More like NOTzarella, am I right?
 
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