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i have issue

(10 Posts)
MawBroon Sun 29-Oct-17 20:05:28

Give some to the children you say you have “i have issue” (sic)

Baggs Sun 29-Oct-17 19:37:55


Buy small blocks and give half to a friend.

Give up eating cheese.

Esspee Sun 29-Oct-17 19:13:01

I used to live in the tropics and in those days cheese was hard to come by. When a ship delivered a supply we would buy as much as was allowed and cut it into blocks, wrap it in cling film and freeze it. It does change the texture and crumbles when cut but is wonderful for cooking. I still do this with cheddar and similar.

Cherrytree59 Sun 29-Oct-17 18:58:43

Maxbale1 school tomorrow? Don't forget your cheese sandwicheswink

Riverwalk Sun 29-Oct-17 16:01:45

Yes we had a cheese thread last week

Max appears to have lifted Kitty's OP word for word! hmm

merlotgran Sun 29-Oct-17 13:14:10

Haven't we just had a thread about this or is my memory playing tricks? confused

CherryHatrick Sun 29-Oct-17 13:12:31

My daughter used to work in a cheese shop; she says the secret is to wrap very, very tightly in cling film. It won't dry out and the mould won't grow without oxygen.

Humbertbear Sun 29-Oct-17 13:09:49

We buy bags of grated cheese and keep in freezer. It defrosts in minutes

tanith Sun 29-Oct-17 12:08:05

That used to be us but I now buy it in smaller packs so we use it quite quickly. You could grate and freeze what's left then just use it from the freezer on sandwiches,on toast or in dishes it defrosts in very little time when it's grated.

maxbale1 Sun 29-Oct-17 12:00:48

I've got a problem with cheese. We don't use it quickly enough. I've tried buying it in blocks, grated and in slices but still end up throwing some away because it's gone dry or green!

How do you buy your cheese?