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Hey, expat Canadians (or Wisconsinoids)...where do YOU buy cheese curds online for delivery in, say, California (or other equidistant locations)?

annagranfors | Mar 31, 201508:24 PM     11

That's really the nut of the question in the topic header...there are quite a few choices online (albeit with the dread shipping charges), but unfortunately, I don't know who makes THE best. I've gotten Beehive curds from Utah that are pretty good (and have the advantage of being sold locally here in Los Angeles, but only every other month), and Beecher's, who took first place for their curds in the American Cheese Society competition–both are good, but I can't help feeling that some Hound somewhere knows where to buy the PERFECT curds...oh, and please, white, not yellow...

And it seems that there are no Canadian cheesemakers who will ship to the US...or are there? I haven't found one yet, but maybe you know...?

Thanks in advance!

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