Poll: Do you know what a cheese curd is?
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Yes.
84 60%
No.
57 40%
Voters: 141.
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#1
Upon opening this thread, did you know what a cheese curd is? I honestly think the only people who know what they are are from Wisconsin.

For those of you who don't know, a cheese curd is this:

Although they're sometimes breaded:


They're purely awesome.

If you wouldn't mind, after voting, post where you're from, and if you voted yes or no.
#3
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Oh yes... Oh yes cheese curds.

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#7
I said "Yes" although I've never actually seen them. I have only heard of them. I'm from California.

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#9
Ugh, that looks like a coagulating ball of fried cholesterol....


....I'll take a 16-piece with fries and a Coke.
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#10
Yeah man, i once visited the wensleydale farm, I know my curds and whey
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#12
I'm in California, never seen/heard of them. They just look like pieces of cheese.
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#15
little miss muffet heard of them - so ya'll a bit dim if you've not...
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#17
Hell yes!!! I love those damn things. They are best when they're fresh and you bite into them and they squeak. Its purely amazing...
#20
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I'm in California, never seen/heard of them. They just look like pieces of cheese.


That's exactly what they are. Pieces of cheese. The difference is that the cheese hasn't been aged yet, hence why they're called "curds" instead of "little pieces of cheese."
#21
My old English teacher is from Wisconsin and she talked about them quite often.
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#25
I'm from Milwaukee, and before I was born, my dad worked in a cheese factory in Mindoro (northwest of Milwaukee), so cheese curds are pretty big in my family.
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#27
I'm from London and i have heard of them, never seen them, although i love cheese they look gross.
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#28
When they make cheese, they use the curds from the milk so arn't they just cheese not aged?
#29
I have and they're delicious.....Im from Wisconsin lol

I have a cousin from Kansas City that doesnt have them at all down there so every time she comes up she always has to eat some from a restaurant or bar or whatever
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#30
Mmm... Why yes indeed I have heard of them. They are delicious. And I'm from Virginia.
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#31
Yes, and they're best in a poutine!
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#32
I voted yes and I live in Illinois. I don't think I've ever had them though.
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#33
of course i do. I thought everyone knew about Cheese curds...hmm i suppose not
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#35
"little miss muffet sat on her tuffet eating her curds and whey."

theres like eight words i dont understand in that sentance.
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#36
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"little miss muffet sat on her tuffet eating her curds and whey."

theres like eight words i dont understand in that sentance.



Tuffet= a small stool used for milking and also for weaving work.

Curds- see OP.

Whey- A form of protein, can't remember what it comes from.
#37
Squeaky cheese!
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#38
those things r amazing!!!!!!!!!!
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#39
those things look disgusting. i'm glad ive never heard of them. (I'm from virginia)
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#40
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im from new york




I know where Jim's Cheese Pantry is. I live about 15 miles away from it and drive past it regularly. So yes, I'm from WI, and yes, I know what cheese curds are.
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