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    Goat is,sweeter, and less fatty. The problem we've had with goat is leftovers. Cooked goat the next day smells like...uh...Goat. real unpleasant.

    Gary, you made goat cheese? I like the traditional cheese, like cheddar from goats milk....but there's one, I think it's Swedish... the cheese is yellow, sort of chewy...if you didn't know it was cheese, you'd think it was caramel candy. Called geteost. Or something like that. Tom Cat loves it....me, not so much...

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    Ewwwwe Goat. Yummmmmy, lamb chops on grill!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppitycats View Post
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    Goat is,sweeter, and less fatty. The problem we've had with goat is leftovers. Cooked goat the next day smells like...uh...Goat. real unpleasant.

    Gary, you made goat cheese? I like the traditional cheese, like cheddar from goats milk....but there's one, I think it's Swedish... the cheese is yellow, sort of chewy...if you didn't know it was cheese, you'd think it was caramel candy. Called geteost. Or something like that. Tom Cat loves it....me, not so much...
    Would it be this cheese? I may have seen it in stores but never tried it. In the photos it's an interesting color--may not be the one you're talking about:

    http://www.cheese.com/geitost/
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    Quote Originally Posted by agate View Post
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    Would it be this cheese? I may have seen it in stores but never tried it. In the photos it's an interesting color--may not be the one you're talking about:

    http://www.cheese.com/geitost/
    Yeah, that's it. Love the description, sweet, fishy. Didn't know it was Norwegian. Still don't like it...

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    I don't think I'd like a fishy-tasting cheese either. I expect fish to taste like fish but cheese should taste like cheese.
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    I looked online at our local grocery and I think I'll ask Lenny to pick up some goat cheese with fig. That sounds really interesting and I've found I like figs more than I thought I would!


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    I don't even like fig newtons. Ewwwww.. LoL!
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    Don't like figs, dates, prunes. Dried apricots, on the other hand, will disappear if I get my hands on them.

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    I like fig Newtons, just don't know if I have ever eaten a fig by itself. I am not big on a lot of dried foods. If I HAVE to eat fruits and vegetables I don't want them all dried up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary View Post
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    I like fig Newtons, just don't know if I have ever eaten a fig by itself. I am not big on a lot of dried foods. If I HAVE to eat fruits and vegetables I don't want them all dried up.
    I like fig newtons as well as dried figs. But like any fruit, you can also buy figs fresh. The fruit comes in varied sizes, shapes, and colors. There are over 700 varieties according to a blog I found.
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