Cheese product?

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Random information on the term “Cheese product?”:

Modern American cheese is a type of processed cheese made from cheddar, colby, or similar cheeses. It is mild with a creamy and salty flavor, has a medium-firm consistency, and has a low melting point. It can be yellow or white in color; yellow American cheese is seasoned and colored with annatto. It originated in the 1910s and is a common staple in many American dishes.

British colonists made cheddar cheese soon upon their arrival in North America. By 1790, American-made cheddars were being exported back to England. According to Robert Carlton Brown, author of The Complete Book of Cheese, “The English called our imitation Yankee, or American, Cheddar, while here at home it was popularly known as yellow or store cheese”.


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The Oxford English Dictionary lists the first known usage of “American cheese” as occurring in the Frankfort, Kentucky, newspaper The Guardian of Freedom in 1804. The next usage given is in 1860 by Charles Dickens in his series The Noncommercial Traversal.

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Random information on the term “SMILE”:

Smile is a computer data interchange format based on JSON. It can also be considered a binary serialization of the generic JSON data model, which means tools that operate on JSON may be used with Smile as well, as long as a proper encoder/decoder exists for the tool.The name comes from first 2 bytes of the 4 byte header, which consist of Smiley “:)” followed by a linefeed: choice made to make it easier to recognize Smile-encoded data files using textual command-line tools.

Compared to JSON, Smile is both more compact and more efficient to process (both to read and write).Part of this is due to more efficient binary encoding (similar to BSON, CBOR and UBJSON), but an additional feature is optional use of back references for property names and values.Back referencing allows replacing of property names and/or short (64 bytes or less) String values with 1- or 2-byte reference ids.

Libraries known to support Smile include:

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