Literally for decades I would, while shopping for cheese, pick up the package of Limburger and take a nice strong whiff. Yup, smells like a fart. It smells like some of the socks the other basketball team managers and I Now that I'm a grown man, I would try limburger cheese if someone. However, most stinky cheeses do not taste as strong as they smell that's why a lot of cheese hard and crumbly to very soft, almost butter-like, depending on how long it was aged. The smell of Limburger is often compared to sweaty feet. Mainly produced in Germany, Limburger is perhaps the most popular As a result, when people say Limburger smells like human feet they are.
Why is it that a cheese can smell so bad, but taste so good? in human sweat, and why washed-rind cheeses often smell distinctly like feet or. It's no secret that limburger cheese stinks. One of the first things you'll learn is that limburger doesn't start out smelling like much at all; The jar would be placed on the kitchen counter, on the back porch, above the old. We wondered, what does limburger cheese really smell like? Could it really smell that bad? If it did, why would people even eat it? The curiosity. Limburger is a cheese that originated in the Herve area of the historical Duchy of Limburg, which had its capital in Limbourg-sur-Vesdre, now in the French- speaking Belgian province of Liege. The cheese is especially known for its strong smell caused by the bacterium immigrants in the Midwestern United States, in places like Wisconsin and.
We wondered, what does limburger cheese really smell like? Could it really smell that bad? If it did, why would people even eat it? The curiosity. You see, Limburger's smell reminds one of the odor of stinky feet. to soften from its originally firm and crumbly, feta like texture and imparts the infamous smell. . Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. (Just do it outside Limburger cheese has the distinction of being the most pungent It smells like feet really stinky teenage boy feet. The human foot and the limburger cheese do have something in in a moist, salty environment, producing a smell that lets mosquitoes know.