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July 17, 2004

No shit:

On Thursday, health officials warned residents not to buy cheese and raw milk products sold on the streets and neighborhoods of San Diego County.

The warning was issued because those items could contain harmful bacteria. The illegal products, known as "bathtub cheese," are a health threat because unlicensed manufacturers use raw, unpasteurized milk that can promote bacteria growth, according to health officials.

--WTF? Bathtub cheese? That's sick.


Posted by Lawren at July 17, 2004 08:21 AM

You Said

Why is that sick? They have to get the mold culture starters from somewhere! ;)

Says: chuck at July 17, 2004 09:10 AM

Ewwwwww! If it's called bathroom cheese why would ya wanna buy it anyway?!?

Says: Kelly at July 17, 2004 03:09 PM

I'm hoping it's just a term - not that I'd be buying it anyway.

Says: Norman at July 18, 2004 01:39 AM

Kelly, I really don't think there are street vendors yelling out, "GET YOUR BATHROOM CHEESE HERE!!"

Is there really that much of a profit to be made in doing this. During Prohibition, people would make alcohol in their tubs, but I can't see making cheese as that profitable.

Says: chuck at July 18, 2004 10:38 AM

uh...

dang, I LIVE here...never heard of this.

but I still wouldn't buy bathroom cheese...EEEWW!

Says: PunkAssBitch at July 19, 2004 06:17 PM

There's a little ma & pa mexican market up the street that sells bathtub cheese. It's made from cow or goat milk and done in a large galvinized tub. It's like a riccotta, but dryer, and sharp like a cheddar. I f you get it the day that it's made, it's the kind shit. If it gets old, because it's not pasturized, it goes bad quick. Also known as "Queso Fresca".

Says: BeachGoat at November 14, 2004 12:31 PM

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