Freezing Cheese

Freezing Cheese

I grate all my bricks of cheese with my sald shooter and freeze in recipe size proportion. I use some for grilled cheese sandwhiches etc. We just bought 10 pounds of tillamoomk and bandon cheddar cheese..2 pound bricks for $3.88 . a real bargian in our area. jo..God bless From: jo Date: Fri

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    I grate all my bricks of cheese with my sald shooter and freeze in
    recipe size proportion. I use some for grilled cheese sandwhiches etc.
    We just bought 10 pounds of tillamoomk and bandon cheddar cheese..2
    pound bricks for $3.88 . a real bargian in our area. jo..God bless

    From: jo
    Date: Fri Jun 21, 2002 8:57 pm
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Digest Number 30

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    I have frozen bits of cheese before but the only cheese I froze in a large
    block was cheddar. When defrosted, the taste was fine, but it became
    crumbly. Still, it was perfect for us, as we didn't need to grate it at all
    and it was big enough to sprinkle on salad.

    I have shredded mozzarella in the freezer right now, I will let you know how
    it turns out!

    Peace, KateyKC
    From: "Kathleen Kelly-Collins
    Date: Fri Jun 21, 2002 9:03 pm
    Subject: Freezing Cheese

 

 

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