my left ear
Огоооо привет из России, пользуясь случаем скажу что путин преступник и очень жаль что теперь я не могу попробовать прекрасный пармеджано реджано и вынужден довольствоваться сырной блевотней с выдержкой 2 месяца
Неожиданно! Сыров качественных и вправду много стало в России, денег на них только у народа нет)
Stevie Wonder got a cheese grater for his birthday
He said it's the most violent book he's ever read
No Kraft 💀😢
Kind of like the story of Castro and his semi-obsession with dairy and making cheese!
Sorry no cheesy puns today I don't want to milk it.
Who gives a shit..? Really Vice..?!
improvise, adapt, overcome
Growing up in Eastern Europe we mostly had 2 cheeses ones called Holland cheese other one Russian so it must be gouda or edam or a attempt at it and it was actually an amazing melter on pizza, (on its own tastes almost like nothing) I would put it at the top of the oven, the cheese becomes cripsy at the top, and when you bite into it you get the goey cheese
"This hand makes cheese."
"This other hand makes no cheese."
"feyta, gowda and riccota" Jeeeeeeeez. Not to mention audio is only through the left ear. Poor form munchies
Does this guy know how to speak English that he really just pronounce those words that way
6:05 – I’m seeing doubles
Kinda want to try the mass produced mass-market "low quality" Russian stuff now though.
yo the audio for this is wicked fucked – all left ear
is this a reupload?
Rerun need new content ?
Ok, hear me out. If you want you can still buy exported cheese in big chain shops or small private ones, the same way like other banned products. It is not cheap and average russian won't buy for everyday meals, it's the same it was before the sanctions. In the big chain shops you can buy 200-300 grams bricks of chees in factory packaging for around 10-15 bucks a kilo. It is the exact one from the video plain for taste and some times even plastic like. At the same shop you can take a piece cut from big circle wrapped in plastic wrap. It's usually 400-600 grams and cost around 7-20 bucks for a kilo. The cheapest is the same as factory package, more expensive they cost the better the taste, but it's still just milky creamy taste. Those that should have sharp and nutty flavors don't have it. You can find locally produced good cheese in big chains but they cost the same as imported ones. So all my life I've been buying factory cheese for everyday life and some expensive exported for spatial occasions, but around a year ago I bought some chees on the local market. I knew none of the manufacturers but the were all from different parts of Russia and Belarus. And it was good. For half a year I buy the same two kinds of chees on this market, russian sharp white cheddar-like for 10 bucks and belarusian aged parmesan for 12 bucks for one kilogram. Yes, somebody will say it's not real parmesan but I will say that the same kind of cheese tastes differently if they were made in different Italian villages, that are located next to each other. And the one I buy is god damned good. The only thing I can't find is some chees like pecorino romano that won't cost me 5 bucks for 100 grams. But one day…
FYI, those local “copies” of European cheeses, like parmesan, feta, etc, are absolutely nothing like the originals. They’re disgusting.
“Feta” – tasteless and rubbery, doesn’t even crumble.
“Parmesan” – looks and tastes like they took a soviet cheese and left it out in the sun for a week. Hard as a rock, dry, and acidic.
Cheddar is a sharp cheese. Get a job!!
globalism and freedom is no buffet, you can’t pick and choose, change comes with losses and gains to culture, seems like Russia wants to keep its cake, eat it by itself and also share it with everyone all at once..
Good Morning Munchies!!! :0)
Didn't we already see this?
The is the big guys fault . imported cheese for Hunter none for you
russian cheese is doesn't cheese
Back in the day we only had "yellow cheese" and "white cheese" in Poland. Unfortunately being locked behind the iron curtain didn't result in an explosion of local craft food production. Instead, it happened later, after communism feel. Not sure why I'm writing this, seems relevant somehow.
Huh, born? Dead on arrival. The "Russian cheese" is junk, overprice and rare, the real market product just was smashed with goverment countersanctions, no technologies, no specialists, no investments… I was not ready for Russia goverment propaganda on this channel, unsubscribe
Re -upload… saw this 2 months ago