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  1. http://www.facerockcreamery.com/ URL=https://www.opengrow.com/gallery/image/137132-cheese-vs/][/url] Hello everyone! I have always loved great food, from my kitchen and from restaurants and homes around the world. Being a stoner forum, I thought this to be an appropriate thread. Please, let this be the home for some of your favorite munchie porn. I know I will be drooling and somewhat tortured with jealousy I could not tastes some things, but I am intriqued Both regular and weed infused delights are welcome! Pictured above may look like some simple cheese, but the flavor is very unique. The Face Rock Creamery is just 2 years old, yet both years they entered the American Cheese Society's Judging competition (like the Cannabis Cup for Cheese, but not judged in such a silly manner) they took away the top awards, the Vampire Slayer won it their first year, and became my instant favorite, although I must say the curds are a lot morec addictive. Soon, I plan on taking a family trip and stopping by the factory where this is made, along the southern Oregon coast. The curds have a squeekiness and tastes much better factory fresh. They also have a restaurant I intend eating and sampling from the menu. I will be sure to post some more pics and stay active with this topic in the future. Cheers!
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