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To begin with you need to find a cheese shop that will cater to your cheese needs Finding a good purveyor of cheese is very important because very few exist After you find a shop you need to establish a strong relationship with the shop owner The shop owner will be the key to your acquisition of fine cheese When you first enter the shop you should admit that you know nothing about cheese and ask him for a cheese tutorial I have yet to meet a shop owner that will shun your ignorance usually they will be more than happy to introduce another to the world of fine cheese Once familarized with the basics of cheese ask him if you can sample different kinds of cheese to determine which one is your favorite You may enjoy the strong taste of blue cheese or the pungent odor of Muenster My personal favorite is simply sharp cheddar You however may have more exotic tastes Having determined the cheese of your choice purchase a wheel of it The best cheese is bought by the wheel You recieve the best value and get a better purer cheese Next you will need to transport your cheese to the place at which you wish to savor it This should be a comfortable familiar environment where there will be no distractions It is important that the cheese is kept moist while in transit I have an airtight container with computerized temperature and humidity controls for my cheese In most cases a moist cheesecloth is sufficient Once at your destination you must slice your cheese This is best done with a piano wire cheese slicer that can be bought at your favorite cheese shop With a strong cheese the slices should be as thin as you can make them After slicing a sufficient amount of cheese you are ready for the actual savoring of the cheese When attempting
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