If your cheese goes mouldy, do you cut the mould off?

I do. Cheese is okay when you cut if off.

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i would throw it out.

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You’re throwing out good cheese. Mold doesn’t get far through the harder cheeses so you’re good if you cut off an inch around it. Just don’t cut through the mold with the knife or you’ll spread it to the clean chunk.

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My grated cheese went mouldy and I throw all that out but hard cheese I cut off.

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ive thrown out good cheese.

i assumed mold grew all at once throughout.

if this is true. i’ll cut it off next time.

I only shred as needed. Speaking of which, I made a nice carbonara this evening. I shredded a pile of reggiano parm and added five egg yolks and some pepper, stirred, and tossed it into al dente pasta. I added some of the reserved pasta water and it turned out nice and silky. The pasta was scratch made as well.

:blush:

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A block of cheddar got moldy and my father just cut out the moldy part and ate the rest

I guess it’s ok to do this

I personally would just throw out the entire block

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I would just cut it off if it was just a bit of mould…no sense in wasting good cheese.

if its shredded is has to go but with block cheese no problem just cut it off. similar to how ground beef should be cooked to a higher temp than steak. the steak only comes into contact with things on the outside while ground beef is like mixed in a way so when the inside of a burger poses a bigger risk if not cooked fully as all parts of it have been in contact with air and other surfaces

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Bro all this talk about moldy cheese is making me wanna uuuaggghhhhh
:face_vomiting:

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Hell naw… :face_vomiting:

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family-guy-puking

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You can pick the mould of bread then eat it and add a splash of water to milk.