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The Washington PostCheese fanatics can be as bad as any other kind, and many a tedious tome has exacerbated the situation, casting drab shadows where sunlight belongs. And then there are books like It's Not You, It's Brie, by Kirstin Jackson. It elegantly wedges through the tedious jargon and pomp of cheese culture. Wielding simile and metaphor like a pair of nunchucks…Jackson leads the reader into the live culture of American cheese in a manner so painless as to be actively pleasurable…The information is delivered with wit, economy and precision…backed by reportage and a deep library of tastes and insights that make for a sharp snapshot of the current domestic cheese scene in all its diverse and anarchic glory.