Why we love cheese is not unclear. The salty goodness has a dopamine effect on our brains. Not that we are complaining. To tell you just how serious this love for cheese is, consider this: many drugs also release dopamine. Does that make cheese a drug? Um, yes. The casein might not be enough to send you to cheese bars every minute of every day, but it’s enough to make you want to eat it again and again. And again. There aren’t any cheese-anonymous groups we can attend. Hi, my name is A and I’m a cheese addict. This is a craving we have to live with day by day, and due to the obvious lack of support groups, this is a hunger we must satiate. Whether your poison is a cheese burst pizza, some cheesy lasagna, pan-fried cheese or fondue, you know you can’t help it when it comes to this food of the Gods. Will you eat cheese in any form? We will. And so will Noah Klein, the cheese-addict content creator who adds cheese to anything. And we mean it. Think cheesy gummy bears.
We can’t say we are surprised by the experiments of Klein because, we mean, who wouldn’t wanna put cheese on everything? And this globally mutual love for cheese is what has given Klein’s videos millions of views. People are baffled, how can you add cheese to something sweet? But the way the cheese goes into the pan and becomes a part of a larger dish, a greater good, relieves us all while leaving our mouths watering.
Let’s look at some videos of Noah Klein’s experiments!
We told you, cheesy gummy bear omelette. You want?
Orange cheese, and we aren’t just talking about the color.
Ice cream cheese, anyone?
Nutella and cheese, the two kings come together.
What do you think pop tart and cheese omelette will taste like?
To have so much cheese is our dream!
Cheese with rice krispies? It’s worth a shot!
You’re gonna want to make this spaghetti and cheese right away!
If these videos left your tummy rumbling, you’re beyond saving. But hey, who needs saving when you can have cheese?
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