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Swiss Slices

All the flavour of Swiss cheese but without the holes. Black Diamond Swiss Slices are mild and sweet in flavour. Great in sub sandwiches, with smoked deli meats, or melted on toast to be used to top soups au gratin. Enjoy not only the taste but the convenience of individually wrapped slices. Available in: 24-pack (450g)
Cheese Facts (Illustration)
Cheese Facts:
Cheer Yourself with Cheese
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Cheese Facts
Cheer Yourself with Cheese

Cheer Yourself with Cheese

Cheese truth #5: Cheese makes everything better!

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Presentation Tips (Illustration)
Presentation Tips:
Think Outside the Breadbox and into the Meatbox
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Presentation Tips
Think Outside the Breadbox and into the Meatbox

Think Outside the Breadbox and into the Meatbox

When thinking of what to serve with cheese, consider cured meats such as Bresaola, Saucisson Sec, Prosciutto di Parma, or Serrano ham.

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Storage Tips (Illustration)
Storage Tips:
Keep Cheese Away from Smelly Foods
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Storage Tips
Keep Cheese Away from Smelly Foods

Keep Cheese Away from Smelly Foods

Be careful to not store cheese with strong-smelling foods because the cheese will breathe in the odors and absorb it – this can alter the taste and spoil the cheese.

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Drink Pairing
Ice Tea: An Elegant Accompaniment to Cheddar Cheese
Ice Tea: An Elegant Accompaniment to Cheddar Cheese
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Drink Pairing
Ice Tea: An Elegant Accompaniment to Cheddar Cheese

Ice Tea: An Elegant Accompaniment to Cheddar Cheese

Next time you nibble on marble cheddar cheese, try it with a glass of iced tea. Store bought seems simple, but so is making your own. Try experimenting with various herbal teas and an assortment of sweetners.

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Drink Pairing
Give Yourself to the Dark Side
Give Yourself to the Dark Side
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Drink Pairing
Give Yourself to the Dark Side

Give Yourself to the Dark Side

Pair deeper, malty beers with nutty, aged cheeses. Try pairing a sturdy stout with old cheddar cheese.

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