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    Thai Cheese

    Do any of the dairy farms in Isan territory have wholesale cheese sales?

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    thailand makes cheese?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter
    thailand makes cheese?
    Kind of - it's crap like the Aussie stuff.

    You can buy a 2kg lump at Makro for about 600B

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Kind of - it's crap like the Aussie stuff.
    That all changed recently.
    A master cheese maker from England with 20 years experience moved to Chonburi and is making cheese on his own premises.

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    Bless-ed are the cheese makers
    Last edited by Little Chuchok; 05-12-2010 at 10:05 AM.

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    Thai mozzarella is okay for use in lasagna's and Italian cooking, it melts well and the taste is fine. Thats about the only Thai cheese I use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Kind of - it's crap like the Aussie stuff.
    That all changed recently.
    A master cheese maker from England with 20 years experience moved to Chonburi and is making cheese on his own premises.
    link to his website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Kind of - it's crap like the Aussie stuff.
    That all changed recently.
    A master cheese maker from England with 20 years experience moved to Chonburi and is making cheese on his own premises.
    The cheese in Makro isn't Caroline, it's something like 'acs' or something similarly non-descript.

    Does that mean Caroline will start making mature Cheddars or just stick to the rubber crap they usually make?

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    I think the Makro mozzarella is ARO or ARRO brand.

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    ^^I thought you were going to make cheese Marmers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitown
    I think the Makro mozzarella is ARO or ARRO brand.
    ARO - that's the kiddy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok
    I thought you were going to make cheese Marmers?
    Too busy now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    ARO - that's the kiddy!
    That stuff has vegetable oil added to it to increase the weight.
    When you melt it all the oil runs out, it's crap.

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    ^ Never bought it.

    Still waiting for the name of your place in Chonburi, Thetters.

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    I bought some "Cheddar" the other day, bloody expensive

    that would have been Ok except it had no taste, a lousy texture and had never been near England never mind the West country

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    Caroline the Cow.

    You just know this is Thailand

    I look forward to sampling Happy Cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitown
    link to his website?
    Thailand Cheese, English Cheese Makers in Thailand. Cheddar, Stiltons, Red leicester.

    Bought some yesterday but haven't tried it yet.

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    Currently at XLFoods LTD. We are producing the following Cheeses:


    Traditional Farmouse Style Cheddar Cheese. By stating it's Farmhouse style, we mean we produce the Cheddar in the traditional way where the curds are stacked during the Cheddaring process until the desired lactic acid level is acquired during the production.



    Lancashire Cheese. Made with carefully ripened curds. This cheese is a crumbly and very tangy cheese. It's known as a good toasting cheese, However we believe our Lancashire cheese is great without any cooking and simply eaten as it is.



    Red Leicester Cheese. This is a russet red hard pressed cheese it's a versatile cheese and is essentially a Cheddar alternative. It melts beautifully, adds colour to a cheese board and to sauces and makes a nice flavorsome addition to salads either grated or cubed.



    Pepper Jack: This is the only Non-English Style we do. We were asked to produce this for a customer and though it would make a great addition to our product range. It's a mild cheese with Jalapeno peppers added during the curd stage. As the cheese ages, the peppery flavor intensifies.This cheese melts extremely well, making it suitable for things like quesadillas and hot sandwiches. The moist texture also makes it suitable for grating, so people often sprinkle grated pepper jack cheese on a variety of foods; the cheese pairs especially well with barbecued meats such as beef, and it can be used on burgers, steaks, and various broiled dishes. Pepper jack may also be cubed or sliced and set out on a cheese platter with bread and crackers, and it goes best with slightly sweet white wines, for people who wish to include it in wine and cheese pairings.



    Blue Stilton Type Cheese: This cheese needs no intrduction.This is our most sort after product. Producing this type of Cheese as been challenging over here in Thailand but we are having great success. This product is in demand and subject to availability.





    All our cheeses are HandMade using full fat whole Milk. No cream is skimmed and no milk powders is added. We use the highest grade additives from Danisco. Also all our cheese is suitable for vegetarians

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok View Post
    Bless-ed are the cheese makers
    Spectator I: I think it was "Blessed are the cheesemakers".
    Mrs. Gregory: Aha, what's so special about the cheesemakers?
    Gregory: Well, obviously it's not meant to be taken literally; it refers to any manufacturers of dairy products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Bought some yesterday but haven't tried it yet.
    You won't be disappointed the cheese is very good.

    Melts nicely as well, it doesn't turn into a pile of oil like the other stuff

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    I just opened the packet, got to admit I thought it wouldn't match up to the Bitey Aussie stuff, I like cheese with a bit of flavour, the aussies can stick their cheese up their arse, the English normal stuff is more bitey, it's pretty damn good.

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    I find the flavour improves after opening the packet.

    Never noticed that with other cheeses.

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    maybe we can have a link and some prices

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    ^Go back a page, it's all there.
    Going to try the cheese with peppers in next

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