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Hans van Dam

It takes a few weeksand than the addiction for cheese and other things is over. Cheese has an opiate-like effect on humans, which is a bit hard. Don't worry, you'll survive. :)
That's why:
http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/blogs/thenextgreatgeneration/2012/04/culinarily_curious_addicted_to.html

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Maarten
Maarten
November 1 2012  | LoveUnlove

Thanks Hans, interesting read...

Verena
Verena
November 1 2012  | LoveUnlove

Ahaaa, so it's the opiate-effect then ;) Well, I'm hooked, can eat less of the stuff, but to go cold turkey? Glad I don't have to :)! Good luck Maarten, I'll try to remember about the cookbook next saturday!

Hans van Dam
Hans van Dam
November 2 2012  | LoveUnlove

Hi Verena, cold turkey is not vegetarian, hahaha
I think the effect is not that heavy. For me it was just 3 weeks (I think) looking at cheese with the thought that I would like a piece and than it was over. Running a pancakehouse here in Karise (DK) I used to pick the small left overs of the cheese, after cutting, and put them in my mouth.
About 4 weeks, after I was free for cheese, I tried that again, just for fun, I can tell you, it was such a horrible greasy taste in my mouth, I really can not understand that I have been eating that stuff. So artificial... and the cheese it selv, is known as a good special Danish Havarti.

So, no turkeys, don't worry. :)

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