- It comes in all sorts of varieties
- Some prefer to stick to the same flavorless variety all their life
- There's holes in it, so get used to a certain level of uncertainty
- It's an aquired taste
- Not everybody can digest it
Sometimes it smells bad but tastes good.
Life is a byproduct of myriads of microorganisms doing a bunch of gross things, but we tend to overlook that part.
Every region has its own flavor.
Like cheese you can do all kinds of crazy stuff with, make over elaborate quesadillas, infuse it with port. But, no matter what you do, it's just as good straight.
- Makes for a nice ingredient in a lot of dishes, but can be too strong on its own
- Best chewed and swallowed in small bits
- gets sticky when things get too hot
- Ties the room together
- mouldy (which is probably only good in cheese, and then only in some)
- both can become somewhat bland when processed excessively
any milk product (i have heared: only milk from a strain of cows, called "A1" or something http://tinyurl.com/ce5no4e - it's most western and european cows) is digested into (little amounts of) a psychedelic drug. it makes some people schizophrenic. most people just get the subtle symptoms that you have heard about. i have recently experienced the effect of this drug in all clarity (from 200ml ultrapasteurized cream before going to bed), for the duration of the possibly nastiest dream-state i ever had. its a spiritually pointless loss of boundaries. the ego/I is melting into dreamland, it's torn apart, all over the floor. it's like sex, when you are the bug who lives in the mattress. ugly and scary near death experience. so yeah, cheese is much like life.