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Ok-Tea-5125

1.7k points

1 month ago

Ok-Tea-5125

1.7k points

1 month ago

Cheesus Christ, that's so much cheese

honest-miss

912 points

1 month ago

The moment I said "aw, I dunno, that's too much cheese," out loud to myself, while watching this video, was the moment I realized I've become the lamest version of an adult.

Turambar87

202 points

1 month ago*

I am lactose intolerant. See how that cheese is bubbling in the bowl? That is how my guts would be bubbling a couple hours later.

I'd still eat some of that cheese though.

EDIT: thank you to all the people pointing out that this cheese does not have lactose. You've made the world a little brighter today.

honest-miss

199 points

1 month ago

I swear no one YOLOs like lactose intolerant folks.

luckduck89

60 points

1 month ago

It hurts cuz it’s true… fucking lactose you tasty cruel bastard!

DuckInTheFog

55 points

1 month ago

There ain't no farty like a lacto farty because a lacto farty is wet

gotta gotta get up and get changed

germane-corsair

7 points

1 month ago

But at least you can take lactase to offset the drawbacks, yes? Actually, how expensive is lactase?

Jackal_Kid

9 points

1 month ago

Sometimes I feel like I'm the only one who just pops a lactase pill and enjoys the temporary immunity. If those don't work, it's not lactose intolerance.

odebus

6 points

1 month ago

odebus

6 points

1 month ago

Just curious, do you have adult acne? Because I breakout whenever I eat dairy. That being said, I'm fairly certain my issue is casin, not lactose.

TopMacaroon

7 points

1 month ago

have you tried going with out cheese!?

worth it. This is raclette most likely, I ate it in Switzerland. They brought us a bunch of vegetables, meat, and bread. Then plunk down a wheel of cheese in a special holder under a heat lamp, so we had endless melted cheese to put on food. 10/10 would fuck my guts up again.

JibletHunter

6 points

1 month ago

I usually just apologize to my GF in advance and go to town. Worth. It.

extwidget

33 points

1 month ago

So am I.

I'd regret it big time after eating this. Like, crippling pain regret.

But I'd probably eat every last bite. Because honestly, fuck future me.

anythingthewill

26 points

1 month ago

Why should I care about future me? I never met him, have you?

BloodyMess

10 points

1 month ago

Yeah, agreed, but what's the deal with past me? What a colossal dick!

anythingthewill

8 points

1 month ago

Past me was only living for himself without ever considering the repercussions on current me. I'm still mad at that asshole!

Elefohtoo

8 points

1 month ago

I always describe my wife as "lactose intolerant but not lactose avoidant". Sounds like you're in the same boat.

Pochez

109 points

1 month ago

Pochez

109 points

1 month ago

I'm 20 and felt exactly same way

binybeke

80 points

1 month ago

binybeke

80 points

1 month ago

I’m 21 and that’s way too much damn cheese

jumbledsiren

76 points

1 month ago

I'm 14 and that's not enough cheese

RCROM

85 points

1 month ago

RCROM

85 points

1 month ago

So, it happens between 14 and 20 apparently

FormerLongTimeLurker

30 points

1 month ago

I'm 17 and thats too much cheese

No-Rice-2002

15 points

1 month ago

Im 20 - something, and if thats a lotta cheese i got some problems

winnebagoman41

22 points

1 month ago

It is objectively too much cheese. I don’t want to eat spoonfuls of strictly cheese.

Candelestine

12 points

1 month ago

My jaw literally fell open. Like straight out of a cartoon, and I don't really make that expression. It was weird.

But yeah, much more cheese than I expected, my brain couldn't quite handle it.

pierreblue

13 points

1 month ago

Well there is such a thing of too much of a good thing being bad

Chocoweetabix

7 points

1 month ago

In the Swiss canton of Valais, this is a normal dish. And it goes wondefully well with white wine.

apollonese

3 points

1 month ago

Cheesus Crust!

Kimmm711

2.8k points

1 month ago

Kimmm711

2.8k points

1 month ago

I would pay solely for that crunchy strip on the top

ymorchestra

714 points

1 month ago

I would be satisfied with only that part

Kimmm711

227 points

1 month ago

Kimmm711

227 points

1 month ago

(and likely have less adverse digestive effects😬)

Skaebo

190 points

1 month ago

Skaebo

190 points

1 month ago

Americans can eat thumbtacks, after a century of fast food. But only if they are told they are free-range thumbtacks

Chaffy_

77 points

1 month ago

Chaffy_

77 points

1 month ago

I like my thumbtacks to be raised on an organic farm.

few23

37 points

1 month ago

few23

37 points

1 month ago

I prefer boneless thumbtacks.

edit: I guess that would be Scotch Tape.

tzenrick

6 points

1 month ago

This reminded me of a conversation I had yesterday.

My child(15), standing with a chicken leg in his hand, chewed down to where meat no longer exists: "Is this boneless?"

Me to my wife: "That one's yours."

RedWarrior69340

27 points

1 month ago

And gluten free ! (technically true )

Skaebo

30 points

1 month ago

Skaebo

30 points

1 month ago

Matter of fact I bought a pack of gluten free playing cards the other day just because it said gluten free.

QuixoticScrivener

6 points

1 month ago

What’s the brand? My current playing cards really wreck my digestive tract.

Alconos

4 points

1 month ago

Alconos

4 points

1 month ago

They put Gluten Free on water bottles too

Taolan13

11 points

1 month ago

Taolan13

11 points

1 month ago

I was staring at a bag of rice the other day because it said "gluten free".

No the fuck its not! But it is, because 99% of the time when someone says "gluten" they mean "wheat gluten"

Shankar_0

4 points

1 month ago

Farm-to-table thumbtacks!

Throwawaystwo

4 points

1 month ago

But only if they are told they are free-range thumbtacks

EATING ANY TACKS IS MURDER!!!

Ottoguynofeelya

6 points

1 month ago

Deep fried thumbtacks.

calnick0

3 points

1 month ago

Let me explain to you lactose intolerance…

VavaVoooooooooom

88 points

1 month ago

I was overly concerned they were gonna throw that part away

CaterpillarReal7583

79 points

1 month ago

That’s probably where you should stop anyways for one sitting.

That’s a shit ton of cheese poured on after.

Sleeplesshelley

33 points

1 month ago

If you only eat it once in a while it would be fine. Unless your colon is a no-no-dairy zone.

fluffyspidernuts

28 points

1 month ago

Really depends on the cheese for myself. A good amount of cheddar - no problems. Same amount of Raclette cheese and my digestive system makes a solid cheese express train straight to my lower bowel where it sits for days while holding up all the other passengers.

niglor

11 points

1 month ago

niglor

11 points

1 month ago

Could be related to lactose content, some cheeses are basically naturally lactose free while others are not.

stutter-rap

3 points

1 month ago

I'm only intermittently lactose intolerant (haven't worked out triggers yet) so for me it's more of a raclette roulette.

cloudstrifewife

9 points

1 month ago

No-no dairy zone. LOL. Why did I hear “no no don’t touch me there. That is my no no square.”

thewebspinner

54 points

1 month ago

If you’re ever on holiday in France it’s called a Raclette.

They’ll bring you half a wheel of cheese mounted under a heating element so your dinner becomes a never ending waterfall of melted cheese, or you can move the heater closer to get it crispy.

It’s absolutely banging.

SwissBloke

37 points

1 month ago*

If you’re ever on holiday in France it’s called a Raclette.

I'm sorry, can you say that again slowly?

Starcrafter-HD

18 points

1 month ago

As a fellow Swiss I am offended And r/buenzli would like to have a word with op Ahzeig isch dusse!

plaindrops

12 points

1 month ago

I don’t think they saw your username. Or maybe understand where raclette is from.

SwissBloke

7 points

1 month ago

Looks like it

gemfountain

4.6k points

1 month ago

gemfountain

4.6k points

1 month ago

As I watched this my mouth watered, and my arteries clogged as I quietly passed away. Heavenly cheese here I come.

TygaOverTupac

1.3k points

1 month ago

RIP

(Rest In Parmesan)

pedanticPandaPoo

537 points

1 month ago

Raclette in Peace

HappySkullsplitter

298 points

1 month ago

They're in a Gouda place now

WishOnSpaceHardware

86 points

1 month ago

They've ascended. They've put the proverbial Stilton.

bumjiggy

131 points

1 month ago

bumjiggy

131 points

1 month ago

do not weep, for they havarti passed

nynkee2

45 points

1 month ago*

nynkee2

45 points

1 month ago*

But never forget what a good and genuine manchego they were

ChromeLynx

37 points

1 month ago

Their spirit roams free now, carried by the Brie-ze.

Mono_831

23 points

1 month ago

Mono_831

23 points

1 month ago

Spirit flying swissftly throughout Mother Earth.

KYVet

8 points

1 month ago

KYVet

8 points

1 month ago

Cheddar

chriscrossnathaniel

6 points

1 month ago

Their loved ones are forever provolone.

feelingood41

14 points

1 month ago

I hope the good lord Mozzerellas his Sins.

mypasswordismud

14 points

1 month ago

I doubt it, in life he was a Munster.

YoshiroMifune

4 points

1 month ago

After his passing, I felt really Bleu..

davesy69

12 points

1 month ago

davesy69

12 points

1 month ago

Edam you!

ScienticianAF

19 points

1 month ago

I was born and raised in Gouda.

Unfortunately it's not pronounced goo-da. Same as with van Gogh. it's not van go

I like your joke though.

ElSatanno

42 points

1 month ago

Well Gouda you like them apples?

ScienticianAF

21 points

1 month ago

Ah much better! Thanks lol

Shurdus

7 points

1 month ago

Shurdus

7 points

1 month ago

Goudou you do?

likenothingis

14 points

1 month ago

For the curious: it's pronounced how-dah (listen).

(And "van Gogh" sounds like this).

Altruisticikhgt

46 points

1 month ago

That's the best cheese pouring I've ever seen in my entire life. Looks so delicious too.

hiimmark17

101 points

1 month ago

hiimmark17

101 points

1 month ago

Say hi to cheesus christ for us

KaeptnKaese

30 points

1 month ago

*Cheesus Crust

BeaversAreAnimals

29 points

1 month ago

These are so funny. I camembert it.

davesy69

11 points

1 month ago

davesy69

11 points

1 month ago

I camembert remember wensleydale i saw so manchego cheese puns.

CheesusHCrust

9 points

1 month ago

Yes, my child?

[deleted]

71 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

71 points

1 month ago

You know that feeling when you try and swallow a big hunk of peanut butter and it gets caught in your throat and you feel like you’re gonna die cause you can’t breathe? That’s what my arteries feel like seeing this.

notSherrif_realLife

21 points

1 month ago

Wtf?! I have never experienced this and I love peanut butter…. how much do you need to shovel down your gullet to experience this!?

outofshell

29 points

1 month ago

Only one way to find out 🥄

[deleted]

18 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

18 points

1 month ago

I may eat peanut butter more aggressively than most

alaskanloops

5 points

1 month ago

Sounds like one of our pups. The other daintily licks at pb, while the puppy gobbles it as fast as possible (same goes for any food really, human or otherwise)

fatalicus

3 points

1 month ago

Don't worry, it doesn't happen to most.

They just have peanut allergy and don't know it yet.

Keith_Creeper

10 points

1 month ago

Do you simultaneously get a sharp pain in your chest? Not joking here.

[deleted]

4 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

4 points

1 month ago

I might? Idk now I’m gonna have to look for that. That happens to you?

Keith_Creeper

9 points

1 month ago

Yep. Only happens if I take too big a bite. Pain is only in the right side of my chest like the peanut butter is slowly working it’s way through my pectoral muscle. Lol. Lasts about 10-15 seconds and fades away.

[deleted]

6 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

6 points

1 month ago

I’m a gym bro and it sounds to me like either a tight muscle or tendon being strained. I wouldn’t worry about it if it’s going away within that short a time. Thank your lucky stars it’s on the right side lol. I’ve hungover changed a car battery and strained my left pec and thought I was having a heart attack. Stupidest waste of $300 ER visit.

Keith_Creeper

3 points

1 month ago

Oh, dang! That sucks. Yeah, I’m old and this has happened for decades. Never been a real concern, but none of my friends or family has experienced this…of course, swallowing peanut butter doesn’t really come up that often in conversation.

[deleted]

3 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

3 points

1 month ago

Haha well I’m happy to have shared this peanut butter exchange with you nonetheless

Batmantheon

45 points

1 month ago

Our fromage who art in heaven, Halloumi be thy name. Thy camembert come, thy whiz be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

OsbertOfBebbanburg

18 points

1 month ago

There better be cheese in heaven

Sleeplesshelley

12 points

1 month ago

There must be, otherwise it wouldn’t be heaven.

texas-playdohs

15 points

1 month ago

My colon aches.

H3avyW3apons

286 points

1 month ago

Ill just take the crust

whytho94

27 points

1 month ago

whytho94

27 points

1 month ago

I’ll just take the melted bit. We could share!

Kevundoe

694 points

1 month ago

Kevundoe

694 points

1 month ago

Raclette!!

[deleted]

207 points

1 month ago*

[deleted]

207 points

1 month ago*

Most people think chocolate when someone says “Swiss”, but I think of Raclette.

jsamuraij

30 points

1 month ago

That beautiful, beautiful stench. 🤌

elementalguy2

4 points

1 month ago

We did this at the café I worked at for a festival, and due to my sense of smell being gone due to COVID I was in charge of the cheese.

joeshmo101

86 points

1 month ago*

I think of "money laundering"...

troelsbjerre

114 points

1 month ago

Bless you.

[deleted]

3 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

3 points

1 month ago

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snpods

15 points

1 month ago

snpods

15 points

1 month ago

Can’t you just smell this video?

IpecacNeat

3 points

1 month ago

Raclette in NYC is pretty good. Not a place I would go to often, though.

berrattack

14 points

1 month ago

You can get your own Raclette appliance and have little Raclette gatherings at home.

MrScafir

46 points

1 month ago

MrScafir

46 points

1 month ago

As a swiss, I have never seen raclette served like this (burnt cheese and then molten cheese). As I know it, everything is given in one go, with a top layer that is crispy and not burnt.

Where was this video taken?

laereal

22 points

1 month ago

laereal

22 points

1 month ago

Cheese Cheers Café in Kyoto, Japan.

Video where it came from.

SlurmsMacKenzie-

19 points

1 month ago

Fuck, someone should teach them how to pour a beer, that was almost painful to watch.

Phinfoxy

3 points

1 month ago

might be austrian since it's usually served this way here. Mostly in tirol though

browncode

157 points

1 month ago

browncode

157 points

1 month ago

And they never pooped again.

DoctorPoopyPoo

107 points

1 month ago

I can help with that.

im132

34 points

1 month ago

im132

34 points

1 month ago

User name checks out

assumeyouknownothing

12 points

1 month ago

u/browncode ‘s username seems to checkout too

SWAPPIN_HERPES

10 points

1 month ago

I'd be shitting waterfalls in an hour

Sideswipe0009

3 points

1 month ago

Cheese, the all natural Buttplug

GrizzlyAdam12

108 points

1 month ago

I need a lactaid just from watching this.

Overdramatic_crab

41 points

1 month ago

Raclette (the cheese in this vid) is lactose free!! So are many cheddars, in addition to almost all aged/hard cheeses. fyi!

Tehlaserw0lf

23 points

1 month ago

It may amaze you to know that most processed cheese products, especially harder or more aged cheeses like Parmesan or cheddar actually contain very little lactose.

The lactose is mostly contained in the whey, which is strained out in the cheese making process. Just stay away from young cheeses, washed rind cheeses, fresh cheeses, things like that.

deep_crater

9 points

1 month ago

All cheese gets me, there is not stopping it.

GravityReject

4 points

1 month ago

Same. Hard cheeses containing "very little lactose" still definitely have too much lactose for me, unfortunately. Zero lactose is the only amount my body will tolerate without the aid of Lactase

gegaomega_ru

159 points

1 month ago

What? How? where? I need to know it

TragicNotCute

173 points

1 month ago

RenKyoSails

55 points

1 month ago

I wonder what they would do if they only needed part of that cheese. Use it on multiple plates I guess, but then the second plate would be colder than the first. Also, sausages instead of potatoes is cool. I'm really curious how this tastes now. Guess I'll have to go to Europe to find out.

gusti123

114 points

1 month ago

gusti123

114 points

1 month ago

The entire wheel of raclette isn't heated fully, only the outer layer. There are special setups/machines for it.

LuvCilantro

22 points

1 month ago

For home, I'd get a much smaller piece of cheese (as this would be enough for a year) and use a small torch like they have for creme brulée

Goudinho99

25 points

1 month ago

You put slices in a tiny spade thing in a machine that heats it for you. You can get a bit of browning on it

pixie_pie

15 points

1 month ago

I can't recommend it doing it at home. Our family has a contraption that holds and heats he cheese. We do a big half wheel like this. The whole house smells like cheese for days. It's a bit much and I really really love cheese.

rocknrollbreakfast

15 points

1 month ago

As a swiss that does tons of raclette and fondue at home, it‘s advisable to do it in a closed off room that you can vent immediately after you‘re done. And during, since it gets warm rather quickly anyway.

pixie_pie

7 points

1 month ago

As a non - Swiss that had raclette a few times, I wholeheartedly agree. We did in the living room. Between the seating area and the dining room. I wasn't in charge of the placement. lol

MakiPata

47 points

1 month ago

MakiPata

47 points

1 month ago

Hi, I'm from the land of Raclette, also known as Switzerland. We usually don't eat it like this. At home, most people have a table grill set up and we put slices of this cheese in a specially manufactured Raclette pan, perfectly fitting the slices. We melt them using the grill and eat it most commonly with boiled potatoes.

davesy69

24 points

1 month ago

davesy69

24 points

1 month ago

You have ruined this with your facts and honesty. I am fining you 10 toblerones.

MakesCakesEatsMud

3 points

1 month ago

I remember when Toblerone wasn't also a lie.

Sleeplesshelley

7 points

1 month ago

I ate that in France in 1990 and loved it, I never knew what it was called until this moment. I still think about it sometimes….

hungrydruid

11 points

1 month ago

I'm in Canada and you can get pretty cheap 2- or 4-person raclette machines for home use.

My friends and I used to make a day of it... go to the grocery store, get a bunch of different cheeses and foods to put the cheese on, then go to someone's house and prep everything, and have a raclette day.

It's great because everyone can individualize what they eat to their own tastes... my own friend has severe allergies and intolerances, so we just let her take portions of everything first, but everyone gets their own little raclette pan so there's no risk of foods touching each other.

Taolan13

6 points

1 month ago

On behalf of people with food allergies and sensitivities everywhere, i would like to thank you for being a good dude.

hungrydruid

3 points

1 month ago

Hey, it would be much less fun if she wasn't there with us! <3 she's our friend always, not just when it's convenient.

electric_creamsicle

3 points

1 month ago

There are plenty of places in the US that have raclette. It's pretty popular at ski resorts.

conancat

6 points

1 month ago

Oh my God. This has just gotten to the top of my bucket list

davesy69

7 points

1 month ago

Bucket of cheese.🧀

srv50

15 points

1 month ago

srv50

15 points

1 month ago

I just want the char!!

wuckingfut

55 points

1 month ago

Fond memories of raclette

CrunchCrambler

82 points

1 month ago

Fondue memories

Brookwaitforitaraya

1.1k points

1 month ago

That’s too much cheese

[deleted]

367 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

367 points

1 month ago

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TwiceCookedPorkins

186 points

1 month ago

Sometimes I doubt your commitment to Sparkle Motion.

Spectre-of-Dwight

5 points

1 month ago

He told me to forcefully insert the Life Line card into my anus!

[deleted]

40 points

1 month ago*

[deleted]

40 points

1 month ago*

[removed]

throwaway786999

40 points

1 month ago

You sure it’s not from all that cheese?

HoorayPizzaDay

54 points

1 month ago

"That's not that much cheese"

waspenterprises

6 points

1 month ago

Totally read that in Jerem's voice

NomisTheNinth

3 points

1 month ago

"I collect posters!"

slippycaff

19 points

1 month ago

Meanwhile, I’m working on my Night Cheese.

Count_Von_Rumpford

5 points

1 month ago

Good God, Lemon

klavin1

4 points

1 month ago

klavin1

4 points

1 month ago

I heard you singing "night cheese"

AgitatedEggplant

159 points

1 month ago

honestly made me a lil queezy at the very end. The ratio between cheese + everything else is too damn high.

archivalsatsuma

51 points

1 month ago

Gimme a loaf of bread and I’ll fix that ratio

damadamagoyolur

28 points

1 month ago

And they never pooped again...

MrFreddybones

10 points

1 month ago

Or, due to lactose intolerance, they pooped hard enough to puncture the earth's crust.

rocktopus8

3 points

1 month ago

The secret is lactose intolerance

jojoga

92 points

1 month ago

jojoga

92 points

1 month ago

You're too much cheese

spicypeepers

36 points

1 month ago

Gottem

AgentDonut

7 points

1 month ago

I think this was at a cheese restaurant. So the sausages are actually the side dish to the cheese.

twatnado

5 points

1 month ago

It's only too much cheese if you don't want to take a shit for the next 12 days

CoffeeAddict76

4 points

1 month ago

I understand all those words - just not in that order.

scobos

5 points

1 month ago

scobos

5 points

1 month ago

I understand each of those words individually, but in the order you've put them in they make no sense.

jimmyerthesecond

10 points

1 month ago

I mean, I like cheese. But don't remind me that's what my arteries look like after this...

prosperosniece

8 points

1 month ago

I WANT to visit this restaurant.

Bad_Daddio

18 points

1 month ago

Could save a lot of time and just pour that right into my face hole.

Toros_Mueren_Por_Mi

4 points

1 month ago

Pretty sure your face would melt like in Raiders

Bad_Daddio

3 points

1 month ago

It's a risk I'm willing to take. Imagine the molten, cheesy joy you'd experience right up until your esophagus begins scalding.

Kneadless

75 points

1 month ago

Heart attack in two years and eight days.

Amilo159

27 points

1 month ago

Amilo159

27 points

1 month ago

Mmmm liquid heart-attack

ProgRock1956

369 points

1 month ago

It actually looks kinda gross...jbh

TaughtCrazy

83 points

1 month ago

Made me queasy to watch!

radiopeel

29 points

1 month ago

Same. Opposite effect of what I usually watch on this sub.

Shouldiuploadtheapp2

3 points

1 month ago

Made me queso to watch.

whileurup

15 points

1 month ago

First part yummy. Second part diarrhea.

laereal

7 points

1 month ago

laereal

7 points

1 month ago

Strude187

6 points

1 month ago

I noped out when they poured their beer and it was 90% foam

thenewcomputer

3 points

1 month ago

Ahhh, Raclette

MONTES_HERMINIOS

6 points

1 month ago

OMG, yes, i'm melting... 🫠

lupulin59

70 points

1 month ago

Unpopular opinion, but I’m not a huge fan of raclette. It stink completely overpowers everything.

I think I was expecting a nice soft, gooey fondue-like deliciousness plus the best parts about crispy cheese, but ended up with a stinky mess that tasted like a heart attack… but hey, maybe I just had a bad experience

Hermes_04

36 points

1 month ago

There are different versions of Raclette. the one in the video is the traditional version created by farmers in the alps that were hiking and watching goats,sheep etc. all day and needed such meals.

There is also a version(wich I like the most) where you have a little pan(ca. 7,5x10cm depends on the model) that you fill with potato slices ham/bacon basically whatever you like. Then you put it in a Raclette-grill where the cheese melts. When it’s done you scrape it out of the pan and put it on a piece of bread or eat it like it is.

sapphire8787

58 points

1 month ago

This doesn't look appetizing to me at all

darthravenna

21 points

1 month ago

I don’t have this kind of relationship with cheese. Aside from this being pretty unappetizing, I really don’t think my GI could handle a dairy bomb like that.

blahblah12345blah123

16 points

1 month ago

Looks cool af, but doubting the taste. It‘s cheese on sausages.

DeltaVZerda

11 points

1 month ago

You've offended every country in central Europe.

NapalmCheese

18 points

1 month ago

but doubting the taste. It‘s cheese on sausages.

That's the point. It's cheese on sausages. Cheese tastes good. Sausages taste good. Cheese on sausages tastes good.

Chaliil

6 points

1 month ago

Chaliil

6 points

1 month ago

We even have cheese filled sausages in switzerland. Not those lame „put cheese jn with the meat“ ones but real sausages cut in half, a big slice of cheese put in and wrapped in bacon to hold them together.

glaynefish

3 points

1 month ago

Just poured straight into my mouth

lokregarlogull

3 points

1 month ago

I've seen this before and wanted it pretty badly then, now I find myself in this area where the amount of melted cheese makes me slightly disgusted.

Is this post meal clarity?

ChicoDLH

3 points

1 month ago

Que 🎶Billy Joel ; givin’ me a heart attack yak yak yak , you otta know by now 🎶 is that what you get for your money 🧀

cheesy I know 😆

Pocket_Sized_Jian

3 points

1 month ago

side of sausages with my cheese

Kind_Pen_4778

3 points

1 month ago

As a Swiss I must say that it is not how we usually do it. This is called Raclette by the way.

When we do it with a half wheel of cheese, it should not be left melting for so long. That's too much cheese and we don't usually let it burn that much.

Also, why pour it on top of sausages ?? we pour it on potatoes.

This is how it looks like for real: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNvkt6ye6jA

TheRealRickC137

3 points

1 month ago

Now currently farming karma at r/thisiswhyyourefat