Re: CHAT: cheese-y obsessions (was CHAT: Nationality etc. (was: Re: Hello to you all!)
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, March 3, 2002, 15:57|
En réponse à J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...>:
> ::cheeky grin:: Kinda explains the occassional fits of cheesy
> ::serious look on face:: I thinks Christophe has a major obsession
Well, live in a country where you have difficulties finding your favourite
cheese, especially as a Normand who was nearly brought up with camembert in his
bibber :) . Well, actually I can find camembert, but not the quality I'm used
to :(( .
::looks in past private/off-list email file & sees
> mentioned 9 times! Compare to my 4 mentions of Feta, 3 mentions of
> goat-cheese in general:: :)
:)) It was probably about geography. Camembert is a village :)) .
> Isn't cheese like Camembert fattening? Bad for the heart?
I don't think so. Or at least no more than milk. And if you don't forget to
drink your glass of red wine with it (mandatory with camembert :)) ), you will
have no problem :)) (red wine has been proven to be good for blood circulation
and heart, as long as not drunk too much - one to two glass per day at most -.
It would be one of the reasons why French people, despite their fat cuisine,
have the lowest level of heart attacks of Europe).
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