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    Senior Member Grey_Wolf's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    We have been freezing cheese for years. When it comes on sale we get a bunch and freeze it. I never could tell the difference between fresh or frozen cheese.
    Other than the frozen crumbles when you go to cut it - tastes the same but falls apart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey_Wolf View Post
    Other than the frozen crumbles when you go to cut it - tastes the same but falls apart
    I find if you let it thaw out fully it regains most of its moisture.

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    nothing is better than a good Limburger

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    don't have to leave it on the counter for three months, it is smelly enaugh as it is.

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    ... and you are not a cheese connoisseur if you have never tasted this one:


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    If any of you ever finds yourselves in Manila (Philippines), do yourselves a favor and visit the Peninsula. Make your way to the lower level and look for the cheese and deli room. It's heaven. Temperature and moisture controlled, filled with the best meats, cheese, and extras...I'm salivating just remembering it.

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    Ah casu marzu, I cant say I'd ever eat that. but it's basically pecorino allowed to go bad

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