What is the deal with Cheese in Asia?

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Do Asian people like cheese, but just don't really have it, or do Asian people not like cheese, and they don't have it?

I wanted to ask this on Tuesday but had to write a note to myself and wait until the weekend. If this can't be asked on Saturday night, then I don't know what to say.
 
Do Asian people like cheese, but just don't really have it, or do Asian people not like cheese, and they don't have it?

I wanted to ask this on Tuesday but had to write a note to myself and wait until the weekend. If this can't be asked on Saturday night, then I don't know what to say.

Good question as I was about to fly to Asia just to buy some swiss cheese.
 
Good question as I was about to fly to Asia just to buy some swiss cheese.
Nice, we're on the same page then and I'm not the only one this confuses. If you can do me a quick favour and survey a few asian people when you're buying your swiss cheese and let me know would be deeply appreciated.
 
I love cheese. I am from Asia. We don't have good cheeses here (except for some occasional gouda cheese that vanishes like hot cake from the market..in a day.). :(
 
Umm such a cheesy question but hey I’m on a diet and Asian cheese can cause me weight gain so don’t know what cheesy answer to give you
That is a very elusive answer. Is there such as thing as "Asian cheese" like a brand of cheese only produced in Asia?

In Thailand I had to sell a body part every time I wanted to buy a block of cheddar.. just wondering is Asians/Indian/sub-continental homies, if you guys hate cheese or just don't really dig it?

I love cheese. I am from Asia. We don't have good cheeses here (except for some occasional gouda cheese that vanishes like hot cake from the market..in a day.). :(

Ah right.. Yeah I thought it just must be the case that the economy there doesn't really support cheese production or something
 
Nice, we're on the same page then and I'm not the only one this confuses. If you can do me a quick favour and survey a few asian people when you're buying your swiss cheese and let me know would be deeply appreciated.

I'm on it!

I'll create a survey CPA offer that is limited to only Asian countries, get the info and bank at the same time.
 
In india, the most famous cheese is "Paneer". People usually cook it and have it as dinner...most people like it.

But ya, we also have other types... millennials love cheese in everything.
 
In india, the most famous cheese is "Paneer". People usually cook it and have it as dinner...most people like it.
Nice, I've heard of paneer and eat quite a bit of Indian but never tried it though.
 
Nice, I've heard of paneer and eat quite a bit of Indian but never tried it though.
It's nothing like cheese lol. It's eaten fresh, and resembles tofu (but much more tastier). ;)
 
It's nothing like cheese lol. It's eaten fresh, and resembles tofu (but much more tastier). ;)
Awesome, tofu is the shit except for it being pure soy so conscious of getting a nice set of tits if I eat to much of it.

Indian food is legitimately tastier than most others.. like objectively it's pretty amazing stuff.

You must try Shaahi Paneer. You will love it. :p
What kind of flavour is it bro?
 
Ah right.. Yeah I thought it just must be the case that the economy there doesn't really support cheese production or something
Pretty sure it is a combination of things. First is the high temperature and humidity, which isn't really suitable (the occasional gourmet varieties are generally made in the mountain regions). Secondly, people here have many fresh alternative like milk based sweets, paneers, ghee (clarified butter) and literally thousands of other things. As a result, people don't really use the milk for cheese making.
 
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