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Are you able to eat those cheeses that are smelly?

Or does the smell turn you off, and you do not try them?

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I love most cheeses and smell would not put me off.

I like one in particular called Esrom -it STINKS but oh, it tastes so, so good.

It is so strong that I need to wash my hands several times with soap to get the smell out and as you keep it, the smell gets stronger.

However I will try most foods.
by Finy
In a lot of ways it does and can turn me totally off!
Yes I would try them and love blue vein though it doesn't really smell that much I don't think.
by fran
I will have smelly cheese at times. I don't readily go out of my way to have it though.
by Gia
I don't mind a mild blue cheese but I could take it or leave it. The question about smelly cheeses reminds meof the time my sisiter-in-law and I went into a cheese shop in the Barossa Valley to get cheeses for our husbands then left with nothing as we fled the overwhelming smell of the place. (Sorry cheeselovers.)
I will try smelly cheeses but I don't always like all of them
by AJ
I'll try anything, and I've tried blue cheese too. I didn't like it, but I tried it lol
I do enjoy a lot of aged cheeses,but not the really smelly ones!! Sorry!!
I will try all cheeses except for the chilli ones. The smell doesn't put me off.
No, no. I don't try to eat anything that I find to be smelly.
There are some wonderful smelly cheeses out there, dwatk. E.g, blue vain. lovely in pasta! Go to a cheese shop & sample some. You don't know what your missing! out on! Yum!
by Miro
No, the smell does'nt put me off - I'm not that finicky!
I like to try everything that I can, but have found that I definitely don't like the stronger smelly blue vein cheese. I tend to like softer cheeses in terms of texture and flavour - camembert or brie for me please!
Yes, enjoy the 'smellies' with a good drop o' red, Aussie, of course!
Used to be in a Cheese Club & gained much knowledge from that.
Donjo, I personally, would find a Cheese club, far more interesting, say then a ...Chess club!
by Miro
Oh! Miro, totally agree!
My son was 3rd in the State in Chess, & his (Private) School's Champion, he played many Interschool games!
by donjo
Yes, I enjoy all cheeses, esp' along the blue vain line of cheeses, and lot of them are lovely in spaghetti dishes I find, with basil, parsley or rocket.
by Miro
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