We like cheese. Perhaps more than average folk. It's very gouda.
We've discovered that in nz, the cheese is plentiful and reasonably priced. And because of this, here we are on day 3 of our nz trip and our tiny hotel fridge is home to a lot of cheese. I guess cheese is an emmental part of the culture here.
All of them are from the regular supermarket. Little did we know that nz brie-ds award winning cheese. Maybe the better question to ask is why doesn't Canada have such a plentiful and delicious selection? Maybe it's because our cheese is pasture-ized and our cows are not. (I actually don't know the answer to that.)
According to Wikipedia, every year an average of 3 kilo's of cheese per person is consumed. I'm definitely living up to my queso. As we continue our whey around NZ I'll share our continued cheesy adventures. (And I don't give edam if you don't like my punny post.)