Frozen cheese

Is that still ok to use. I packed away the groceries the other night and threw my frozen stuff still in a bag in the freezer then yesterday couldn't find my cheese :) and find it in the freezer . Would it be ok? Is it best for cooking? Would it still be ok to eat as is when defrosted? Any ideas thanks

Chef_bubbles22222, Jul 13, 8:46 am

It will be as good as gold, but probably crumbly. I often freeze a block of cheese

Chef_rainrain1, Jul 13, 9:11 am

I buy big blocks of cheese when its on special, grate it in my food processor and freeze it. It never fully freezes so I can just take out what I need and put the rest back in the freezer.

Chef_datoofairy, Jul 13, 9:12 am

Yea grated's way better, I only freeze a solid block if I'm too lazy to grate it

Chef_rainrain1, Jul 13, 10:01 am

I buy blue cheese and brie when on special and freeze. Perfect when defrosted.

Chef_herself, Jul 13, 10:48 am



That's a good tip to know thanks.

Chef_sampa, Jul 13, 12:33 pm


At least it was cheese, lol. I did fhe same thing with a magazine!

Chef_rarogal, Jul 13, 2:35 pm

do this also, its brilliant, keep a bag inside in fridge freezer and one outside in garage freezer that way I never run out.

Chef_fifie, Jul 13, 3:00 pm

I buy everything on special and freeze it.

Swiss butchers sausages for example can be reduced from $9 to $3.50 for 2 because the next day they will be out of date - buy all packs that are reduced and freeze and enjoy a "real" sausages made of just meat rather than soybeans, grains, flavourings, colourings and preservatives and maybe 20% of meat - which is most likely mutton (hence the need for flavourings).

Buy the smoked salmon shavings down to $3 from $9.90 because they only have another day to go and freeze them.

Etc.

Chef_uli, Jul 13, 4:30 pm


Me too.

Chef_samanya, Jul 13, 7:40 pm


Me too.
It's common sense, huh? I don't need to, but I just can't help myself.

Chef_samanya, Mar 16, 3:20 pm

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