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Funky Bleats – a superb cheese with a silly name

I am very happy to say that Janet Fletcher’s weekly musings on great cheese are now back outside the SF Chronicle paywall!

Photo: Craig Lee, Special To The Chronicle

Photo: Craig Lee, Special To The Chronicle

Will Seana Doughty be sorry, years from now, that she christened a cheese Funky Bleats, a name that doesn’t exactly convey the timeless dignity of, say, Stilton? Or will she be too busy taking orders to think about it?

I would bet on the latter, because as ridiculous as I might feel asking for a half-pound of Funky Bleats, I guarantee I’ll be doing it.

via Funky Bleats – a superb cheese with a silly name – SFGate.

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2 comments on “Funky Bleats – a superb cheese with a silly name

  1. I have been a huge fan of Bleating Heart creamery since 2010, when I got a lucky wedge of Lucky 13. Sadly, I have been unable to snag another sample here in the Midwest since then and have to settle on tastings when I travel.

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