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Do you like goats cheese?

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I eat and like almost ALL food, and will try just about anything (tried witchetty grubs), however goats cheese is one I have bought several times, at great expense compared to many other cheeses, and I have thrown it out!

It smells like a goat, and it tastes not nice....though I have had it out at a restaurant - perhaps you need to buy the most expensive?

I have only ever tried it twice at home and probably will not buy it again which I could only say about 4 others foods!!
by Finy
I usually buy the cheapest, and I think it tastes wonderful, so I wouldn’t say price affects quality. Have you tried both hard and soft?
Yes. I do. I only recently tried it on a visit to a local dairy. We live in a real foodie area, so there is a lot of delicious fresh food to try. I have had goats cheese infused with basil, and goats cheese infused with pepper and they are both really nice. I must go back and get some more.
Lluxi - are you still travelling?
by Finy
No. We are back on home soil now Finy.
by Lluxi
I love goats’ cheese. I like both the dlsift and hard versions; they have a nice salty flavour to them and are quite rich.
Yes it's a lovely cheese. I've only eaten it a couple of times at my mother's house, a few years ago, but not since then. I'll see if Aldi sell it, next time I'm food shopping.
by Miro
I haven't tried it and don't think I will. I prefer camembert and brie.
I like it in small amounts and it definitely took me a lot of "samples" to start liking it
I have never had it but I'm willing to try it. It has jogged my memory that I recently had Gouda with Cumin (Frico brand) . . . it was yumbo!
by Rice
I think it's ok. I don't love it but I'm happy to eat it if it's a small amount but not by itself.
by AJ
As an ingredient yes, but not by itself.
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