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There are over 50 flavors of cheese that are made in Ohio s Amish country. The most notable are Amish Swiss Sharp Swiss Baby Swiss Amish Butter Cheese Colby Farmers Cheese Jack Cheese Marble (Colby Jack) and Yogurt Cheese. They also produce numerous variations of each including smoked varieties and cheeses infused with peppers onions and bacon to name a few. A byproduct of the cheese making process is also butterfat which is used to make Amish Butter the best butter most will ever taste. But the Amish level of patience and dedication does not only apply to dairy products. Their religion discourages them from worldly pursuits so their ultimate goal in everything they do is perfection rather than profit.
I have probably saved about $500 in one year from their freebies alone and it is well worth it to someone who loves their subs as much as me. Another great way to get a gift card is to join a local diners club website like Zagats. They run special offers through their site all the time and occasionally I will get a free book of coupons to eat at local eateries. You can also buy an entertainment book to get coupons and special deals to practically all of their stores. If you like getting free stuff as much as I do check out my email list. It s packed with tons of free offers including subway that are available to the public. Have you ever had a club sandwich? You know the sandwich that has different layers of food like bacon lettuce cheese mayo n mustard pickles ham and the like? You might call the whole thing an assortment of individually gastronomic food stuff.
We now live in a society whose greatest value has become productivity. We get our news from short sound bites from the internet or TV now instead of reading the paper. We rarely read books anymore. We listen to them while we are stuck in traffic trying to get to work so we can get as much done in as little time as possible. The products we buy are made with the same goal in mind: maximum efficiency. But those who produce the few products that we still make in the U.S. whose ultimate goal is maximum efficiency seem to have lost their standard of quality. They make it fast but what happened to the concept of taking your time and doing it right? Some things just cannot be made fast without sacrificing quality. One of those products is cheese. Mass produced cheeses all seem to have the same "tinny" metallic taste.