A modern day Buddhist koan

Written by me, for you.

If milk is a liquid, and cheese is made almost entirely from milk, and Trader Joe’s Aged Gouda is – allegedly – cheese, then why won’t it melt?

 

Trader Joe's Gouda

A Dutch masterpiece, my ass.

Chew on that – literally and figuratively – for a while and see if you don’t achieve enlightenment.

 

I didn’t, but that’s probably because I was ticked off after a failed thirty-plus minute attempt to melt the stuff into some grits, followed by having to pick each of the rubbery chunks out by hand and throw it angrily into the garbage disposal. A task as gross as it was irritating. I have other irritations chafing my sensitive hide, as well, but I will save those complaints for a later time, as I’m sure you have your zazen to attend to now.

 

Metta.

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2 Responses to “A modern day Buddhist koan”

  1. Highwaysignpost

    Why it takes so long for me to visit I’ve no idea. I just love this blog. Remind me that when I make it to the Mt Olympus of the nauseatingly uber rich and recluse…to give you a grant.

  2. wideawakeinwonderland

    Aw, shucks, Highway.
    This blog loves you too!

    In other news, grant giving promises noted and check writing against now-planned-upon future windfall has begun…