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Easi Singles are the most important cheese in Ireland and it's time everyone admitted it

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IRELAND PRODUCES LOTS of great cheese — Kilmeaden, Dubliner, Charleville, to name but a few.

And that’s to say nothing of fancier offerings like Cashel Blue or Gubbeen.

But today we’re paying tribute to a real salt-of-the-earth cheese. A cheese that has no notions about itself. A cheese that’s always there for you, no matter what.

We are, of course, talking about Easi Singles.

The cheese of school lunches and hangover toasties.

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Remember when you were a kid and you used to just eat it by the slice? Heaven.

Ham and Easi Singles sandwiches? An Irish childhood lunch staple.

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But it’s not just for kids — Easi Singles reveals all sorts of new pleasures once you become an adult

For instance, it goes down a treat with a glass of vino.

And it is the ~perfect~ cheese for a cheese toastie

Want to replicate a pub toastie at home? Use Easi Singles. Simples.

Never underestimate its healing powers.

It’s also the ultimate lazy snack

Just peel that plastic and munch away.

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Plus it has the best name.

So subversive.

One that causes people to confuse it for a dating agency all the time. 

At the end of the day, sometimes you just want some plastic cheese.

And when that craving comes, Easi Singles is always there.

After all, if it’s good enough for Michael Healy Rae, it’s good enough for us.

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