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Old 09-17-2006, 10:22 AM   #5
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We find that if we avoid touching the surface of firm cheeses and vacuum-pack them, we can hold them for many weeks, Otherwise, we find icky specimens in the fridge and have to throw them out.
Our Food Saver vacuum packer has greatly extended the life of our hard cheeses! I don't believe I've had to throw out any sharp cheddar since we got it. (There is always sharp cheddar in our fridge. I even keep some emergency cheddar in the freezer; once it's been frozen it's really only good for grating or crumbling but sometimes that's exactly what we need it for. )


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