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TASTY COON CHEESE! Should it be allowed?

 
Sir Griffo
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11/21/2012 10:40 AM

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TASTY COON CHEESE! Should it be allowed?
How does Australia get away with selling this....
Can you imagine the uproar if this was on the shelves of Tesco or Sainsburys in the UK..
Not sure if Coon is an offensive word in the USA.. How would it go down over there?
Can tell ya it is really tasty!!

[link to www.coon.com.au]

Last Edited by Sir Griffo on 11/21/2012 10:48 AM
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11/21/2012 10:45 AM

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Re: TASTY COON CHEESE! Should it be allowed?
Just in case the word coon is not known in the US..

[link to m.urbandictionary.com]
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11/21/2012 11:02 AM
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LOL, I know a dude who's last name is Coon.
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11/21/2012 11:04 AM
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Re: TASTY COON CHEESE! Should it be allowed?
Thank you for sharing this.

They claim to sell Colby cheese. This is a lie.
The only cheese that can be Colby, is from Colby, Wisconsin.
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12/19/2013 03:13 PM
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Re: TASTY COON CHEESE! Should it be allowed?
Coon cheese is a process of curing cheddar cheese under high humidity. The gentleman who developed this process was William Coon who was born in the 1800s in Pennsylvania, USA. Coon has several meanings in the USA; it can be a racist term, it can refer to raccoon, and it can be a cheese. So, before anyone starts screaming racism, they need to understand how the term is being used at the moment.
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12/19/2013 04:34 PM
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Re: TASTY COON CHEESE! Should it be allowed?
Hell, at first I thought they were making cheese from raccoon milk. But no, coon is not offensive.
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12/19/2013 04:45 PM

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Re: TASTY COON CHEESE! Should it be allowed?
Hell, at first I thought they were making cheese from raccoon milk. But no, coon is not offensive.
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12/19/2013 04:47 PM
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they already kicked up a stink about coon cheese being racist, and the result was, NOT RACIST!!
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they already kicked up a stink about coon cheese being racist, and the result was, NOT RACIST!!
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