It might be worth exploring whether the Nasonville yellow cheddar cheese is the same as that used by Mack's but for the color. If so, there should be virtually no difference between the performance and characteristics of the two cheeses.
That is a good idea to explore whether Nasonville’s yellow cheddar is exactly the same, except for the color. I would think it would be though. I want to place an order for some white 1 year old aged cheddar tomorrow if I find time, but will also place an order for some yellow 1 year old aged cheddar.
I want to go over to market tomorrow to see how Steve and Bob are doing with their first mobile public operation (at the Arts and Crafts festival), but will try to call Nasonville. If I can’t get any of the white one year old age cheddar, then I might wait until I can purchase some of both cheddars at the same time. That wouldn’t be until next Wednesday. I think it also needs repeating that if someone wants to purchase more than one package of the 1 year old aged cheddar there can be different prices for shipping, as Bill told me.
I don’t know about other members, but think the Nasonville one year old aged cheddar would be good for other types of pizzas too. The shipping charges and the cheese prices might be too much for some members though.
I might need to call Bill again to see what he really paid for the 4 packages of cheddar and the shipping charges.