What is American cheese? This is a question I asked my American boyfriend last year. I had never heard of a cheese being named after a country.

How can 'American' be a type of cheese? Well using the term cheese is a bloody cheek, it's processed plastic (I don't mean to offend any americans, this is a personal view).

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As an London Lassy I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY YOU CAN'T GET NORMAL CHEESE OR CREAM IN AMERICA!!!! khozdfhofa;oifli!

It is so ANNOYING, why do people at cheese counters look at me with confusion when I ask for a Manchego? Cream that starts with a K is not cream. Can I get some clotted cream up in this?

Do you seriously expect me to have canned cream on my strawberries CANNED, we are not philistines.

Calming breath

Even in Whole Foods all they seem to have is a pepper jack or some shit. You can get a gruyere sandwich on a plane FFS why can't I get it in Whole Foods? Anyhoo the point of this post is what cheese (real ones) do jezzies like, where do you get them?

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Has anyone ever found a wensleydale or good St Agur in the US? I would like some tasty spots for my next visit.