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Thanks for the replies.

Keep them coming!

As for the local choices, I’ve been to grandpas barn a few times, not super impressed.

I’d check out the port Clinton stop but fishing season is over for me, and it’s a 2 hour ride.


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The Kroger in the high end part of the county has a fantastic selection of cheese.


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The Kroger in the high end part of the county has a fantastic selection of cheese.


I'm not in the high end part of my county, but ARman is right: the local Kroger has a Murray's cheese shop, and the variety is incredible.



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The big eye Swiss in Amish country therein Ohio is my favorite. I forget the token. Might be Walnut Creek.
 
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... and nobody's going to say their bellybutton?

Our local grocer carries some good Parmigiano Reggiano. I'm not sure of the brand but fresh grated sure beats even the fancy pre-grated stuff hands down.


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Thanks to Chris42's email responses to my queries, I've popped for some WSU Cougar Gold. I recalled seeing forum recommendations for it before but never acted. Looking forward to enjoying it. Smile



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I am jumping in on this as well, thanks for all the suggestions. Question, what about Raw cheese vs pasteurized, is Raw more flavorful?


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Trader Joes is where I go for a good selection and reasonable prices. Try the English Coastal Cheddar and the 1,000 day aged Gouda, which are two of my favorites.
 
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I always get my cheese from Decatur Dairy in Brodhead, Wisconsin. Of course, it's only a 30 minute drive for me, but they do ship to lower 48.
 
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A few Amish cheese factories in Middlefield. Geauga County, Ohio
 
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The Wegmans by me has a pretty good cheese shop inside, that's where I get most of them and Aldi also has some good ones every so often.

I love Saint-André triple-creme Brie, Manchego, Maytag Blue, Kerrygold Irish Cheddar


 
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My local King Soopers has a huge section of specialty cheeses.
 
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Aldi often has various high quality cheeses, although the selection is constantly changing.

Other than that, Trader Joes or Whole Foods are both good options.
 
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From the gubberment.

It's VERY special.







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Damn I'm a little late to the party, but as mentioned before

https://creamery.wsu.edu/cougar-cheese/
 
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If it were my sister, no matter what wonderful cheese(s) I chose, I would hide them and set this out first.

 
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Not a cheese aficionado by any stretch, but I am a huge fan of a smoked Smoked Gruyère cheese. Good stuff.
 
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I just bought some cheese off Amazon of all places. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised they have cheese.




 
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