Austrian Moosbacher Baby Swiss

Upon first tast­ing this cheese at Rain­bow, I ignored the post­ed rules and REUSED my tast­ing tooth­pick five times. Okay, nine, maybe ten times. This nut­ty, salty cheese was made to be eat­en with some­thing green. Kale works, and so do green beans. Am I reserv­ing a spot in my safe room's mini-fridge for a wedge of the Moose? Maybe. It depends on how well it melts in a que­sadil­la.

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