As the Brexit goes to virtually non deal Brexit recently, I am currently reading this article from BBC.
First question: The headline has this
Post-Brexit trade: Pricey wurst and cheesy leftovers
I understand that pricey wurst means more pricey sausages. (maybe referring to Germany).
But I don't understand what "cheesy" means here. Even though I checked multiple dictionaries.
The article has this line under the headline
The British food industry could switch to substitute for EU imports, or we could retrain our taste buds to native flavours, including a lot more herring
What do the words "taste buds" mean here? Is there any implication?
(I skipped where I didn't understand and continued reading the rest, but I still can not figure out.)
Thank you in advance.