Trader Joe’s – Farmhouse English Cheddar with Italian Truffles – Food Review

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trader joe, review, price, calories, English cheddar, Italian truffles, nutrition, cheeseMarch 16, 2017

This is another one where it would be way too easy to eat the whole package in one sitting.  A very little bit of a smokey peppery earthy taste mixed in with creamy, but not soft, English cheddar is the best description I could come up with.  That description doesn’t do it taste justice.  It may not be to everyone’s liking, but this is very good.

Of particular note are a couple of the lesser ingredients, anchovy and bamboo fiber.  What’s This For?  Well I sure don’t know, but whatever the reason the whole seems to work just fine.

At $9.99 per pound, this is in line with similar cheeses at Trader Joe’s.  The calories, at 110 per ounce (28g), are also similar to other cheeses.

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8 Responses to “Trader Joe’s – Farmhouse English Cheddar with Italian Truffles – Food Review”

  1. becomebetty Says:

    Was the truffle flavor strong with this? That’s one ingredient that can overpower just about anything

    Liked by 1 person

  2. janjoy52 Says:

    OMG! Sounds awesome!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. David Says:

    Please note the “Like” is for your review, not the cheese. I don’t think I would knowingly eat cheese that claimed chicory fiber and bamboo fiber in its ingredients. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • steveo Says:

      Thanks for the like. Unfortunately I read the label after I ate the cheese. Next time I’ll know better. Maybe?

      Like

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