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Most Cheeses Named In Ten Seconds

United States Kai Hansen

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Salem, Connecticut, United States / June 1, 2010

- varietals are acceptable, ie. "aged cheddar", "sharp cheddar"
- cheeses must be listed on Cheese.com
- processed cheese foods (Cheez Whiz) aren't permitted

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  • United States Steven Matarazzo

    Steven Matarazzo

    sounded like a song

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Paul, thanks for the note re: string cheese. We've tweaked criteria to reflect that point. Also, awesome record!

    • United States Ian McGehee

      Ian McGehee

      You have no idea what he is saying NO IDEA!

  • England Paul (Pabs) Melia

    Paul (Pabs) Melia

    "String" is actually a type of cheese as listed on Cheese.com so is allowed as it is different to the processed product ""Cheese Strings" http://www.cheese.com/Description.asp?Name=String

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Voting to deny this record. Listened many many times today and here 20 cheeses.

  • United States Lindsey Weber

    Lindsey Weber

    Also, this record is NOT from memory -- correct? He is reading those cheeeses.

  • United States Lindsey Weber

    Lindsey Weber

    Can you list the actual cheeses that you named here? Obviously it's hard to understand.

  • United States Danny Infinite

    Danny Infinite

    Cream Cheese isn't a processed cheese, String cheese is processed mozzarella cheese. Cheez Whiz isn't cheese at all.

  • Not sure what you mean by processed cheese aren't permitted. Hudson says "cream" in the video, as in cream cheese. Why is cream cheese ok, but string cheese isn't?

  • United States Daniel Nodal

    Daniel Nodal

    kick ass lol

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