Categories cheese cheese lifestyle International korner Post author By Leslie Post date 6 March 2003 5 Comments on International korner In Asia, there is no cheese. lka ← Velvet revolution → The name of the cheese 5 replies on “International korner” Okay, you're off to a great start here, Leslie, but I'd like to offer a couple of suggestions: (1) The title of the post, ideally, should be the name of a cheese. (2) If you want to talk about Velveeta, talk about Velveeta, and make the title of your post "Velveeta". You can work your wordplay — i.e, "Velvet Revolution" — into the body of the post. (3) Similarly, if you want to talk about Queso, you should make a separate post about it. (4) You do not need to initial your posts "lka," because, the third column will always show your name. These are just suggestions, of course. Keep up the good work. umm ok yeah. thanks for the "tips" about the "rules" for your Cyber Cheese Club. — LESLIE KATHERINE ALBRECHT. Okay, one other thing that I want to say about this is: WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT THERE IS NO CHEESE IN ASIA? What is paneer? Paneer is cheese, is it not? And India is in Asia, is it not? Let's try to avoid broadcasting obviously false claims in our CHEESE posts, shall we? Dear Administrator With Passion for Micro-Managing His Online Cheese Chatroom: Paneer is not cheese. Paneer is a cheese-like substance made of curds, whey, and puppy's breath. To the western tongue, it feels like cheese, but it is not cheese. And India opted out of Asia in about 1947. True, there have been sightings of cheese in and around The Subcontinent. The most recent sighting was in October 1999, when someone spotted John Tesh tucking into a pain au chocolat at a sidewalk cafe in Colombo. — Lollywood. First of all, paneer is not made from curds and whey. Paneer is just curds. Whey is the stuff that is separated from the curds. And when you separate curds from whey, you call the curds "cheese". Comments are closed.