What is the best type of cheese? Papa sparked heated debates with his controversial rankings (and even celebrity chef Manu Feildel is furious)
- Dad sparked a heated debate on social media about the final ranking of cheese
- Bruno Bouchet from Sydney rated 17 varieties from best to worst
- He topped goat cheese as number one and described blue as cat puke
- Many were angry with his list, including My Kitchen Rules Judge Manu Feildel
One dad sparked a heated debate on social media about his “final” ranking of cheese – and even celebrity chef Manu Feildel wasn't impressed.
Sydney-based media manager Bruno Bouchet ranked 17 varieties from best to worst – he controversially crowned goat cheese as number one and described haloumi, blue and cheddar as "cat vomit."
Former producer of Kyle & Jackie O radio shows, best known for rating iconic snacks, fast-food burgers, and pizza toppings, has drawn the ire of cheese connoisseurs including Judge My Kitchen Rules with his list.
& # 39; The 100 percent accurate cheese power ranking. Do not comment, this is not up for discussion, ”said Bruno in his latest Instagram post.
One father sparked a heated debate on social media about his “final” ranking of cheese
My kitchen rules judge Manu Feildel incriminated the controversial ranking and said that Bruno's cheese list was "so so so wrong".
Goat cheese, mozzarella and Edam cheese coated with red wax were awarded the coveted top spot in the “God Tier” category.
Jarlsberg and ricotta belong to the second best “royalty level” alongside Bega stringers, which are cheese sticks that can be peeled into strings.
At the center of his ranking list, Bruno placed Camembert, Laughing Cow, Feta and Swiss cheese in the "Adam Sandler" category, or what he calls the middle ground for "take it or leave it".
The & # 39; Pleb & # 39; or the second-lowest level turned out to be controversial, as it also contained the fan favorites Brie and Parmesan in addition to the singles Gouda and Kraft.
Haloumi, blue cheese, and cheddar were at the bottom of the barrel in the cat-break stage.
Many were angry at his "wrong" decisions, while others were "offended" by the low ranking of blue, feta, brie and camembert.
“I have been disappointed with some of your placements in the past, but this one, my friend, you are so so so wrong. I can't even tell you, ”said Manu.
& # 39; Cheese Christ! You made some serious mistakes here, "said another, while someone else added," I've been a fan of you and your work for a long time, but I don't think I can get over the disregard for blue here. "
Some were stunned by the high ranks of Edam and goat cheese.
"You lost me in Edam on the godly step," said one man, and another added: "Goat cheese belongs in the trash can."
Others even asked Bruno about his French background and said, “You are out of your goddamn mind, Bouchet. How are you doing French anyway? & # 39;
Media manager Bruno Bouchet (picture) classified 17 varieties from best to worst – crowning goat cheese as number one and description of halloumi, blue and cheddar as "broken cats"
Surprisingly, some agreed with his ranking while others said the list was "almost perfect".
"I agree with absolutely everything except that I would swap halloumi for ricotta 9/10 almost perfect list," said one while another added, "Absolutely right!" If there was a level below "Cat Breaking", blue on that level would be … the worst cheese ever! And goat cheese is the G.O.A.T of all cheeses. & # 39;
And one man admitted, “I can't believe people think blue cheese is edible at all! I'd rather eat cat poop. & # 39;
Others made fun of Bruno's list and said, "This is the Australian Bogan list," while another added, "The basic Bogan power rankings are more like this."
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