List of forums for mammals that are at least somewhat popular for dairy purposes:
* Water Buffalo
.... I don't require it to be soft to be a favorite, but it doesn't make it worse in this case, and it would probably melt more easily.
Maybe I'll stuff peppers with string cheese and roast them, this year! That would be awesome.
To open them, you need to find the split opening at the top (which I apparently failed to do on my first one) and pull the sides apart.
... for a bit.
* I ate it.
It tasted excellent. I highly recommend it, especially with my Brandy Boy cross F2 tomatoes.
* 1 long Kikinda Competition Strain edible gourd (at least a couple inches in diameter), sliced
* The equivalent of about five medium-sized tomatoes, cut up
* Lots of summer savory, both leaves and stalks (if you don't think it's too much, it's probably not enough)
... they're crispy.
• Slice some tomatoes
• Salt and vinegar the tomatoes
• Put your hamburger together (fold the squash greens to fit; expect them to crumble partially as you do), and eat.
The squash greens were pretty good on this, actually. FYI, I like ketchup, pickles, onions, and mayonnaise on hambugers.
... cheese flavor more; the cream cheese flavor definitely, but probably the cheese powder, too); since I don't add milk, I leave a little water in instead of draining it all out. It's excellent that way.
Butter and evaporated milk also work instead of regular milk and butter (it just tastes a little richer), if you don't want to keep more perishable milk around.
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.... I did not see any weevils, though. The pasta is supposed to be best by some time in the future a long time from now. I did not notice any hard things from the box I cooked for 8 minutes (they seemed to have softened, if present, which weevils wouldn't). I noticed lots from the one I cooked for 7. I noticed about three from the one I cooked for 9.