There was a Rick Stein programme on once - he made brawn. I remember it vividly - when he took the weight off the tin and unwrapped it, it was covered in mould
I think there's some essential punctuation missing for that to make sense?
The written word is somewhat dependent on punctuation to ensure that we convey the message we intend.
Dave The Ex- Spartan wrote (see)
My gran used to make brawn So lots of cheese is covered in mould
For all I know, the reason cheese has mould on it is because your gran used to make brawn.
I'm guessing that's not what you meant
Is that a rock or mouldy cheese?
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