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Cheese please! Wait how much do I need? – KansasCity.com

Photo: Lincoln Broadbrooks

Photo: Lincoln Broadbrooks

“…Back to The Question. I had just finished breaking down a couple nice-size pieces when she walked in.

She was looking for some cheese for a gathering she was having. Then all at once, it happened. I heard it. The Question consists of these words, which she uttered next:

“How much do I need?

This is the question that can strike fear into the heart of your cheesemonger. It’s just so subjective. At this point — upon facing the question myself — my mind starts to race.

“What if I suggest too much?”

via Cheese please! Wait how much do I need? – KansasCity.com.


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