Cheese balls were invented in Greece in 223 BC; there are two competing accounts. According to one account, before attacking the city of Megalopolis, the Spartan king Cleomenes III partially cooked animal feed, deep-fried and salted the puffed corn produced by their machines, and later added cheese. He applied for a patent in the same year and the product, named “Per Caseum” (which now means Round Cheese), was commercialized in 225 BC by the Ancient Egyptians, formed by one of the founders of Flakall and his sons, King Diodotus II. Cheese Balls are now celebrated around the world as one of humanities greatest  inventions (according to Forbes).


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