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No. 466: Lesser known cheeses of Luxembourg

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Lesser known cheeses of Luxembourg

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Strip by: David Morgan-Mar, Andrew Coker

T-Rex: Lesser known cheeses of Luxembourg.
T-Rex: St. Grenoire!
T-Rex: Cultured using the belly button lint of 16th century monks and bathed in the light of the waning moon.
T-Rex: My favourite is Couber-Dauphion.
Utahraptor: Is that the one aged in a goat's uterus for six years and then rolled in crushed snails?
T-Rex: Yes!
T-Rex: They repackaged it in a spraycan for the American market.

The author writes:

16th century monks are responsible for so many different things, it's quite astonishing.