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cathedral city cheese grated 320g big bag £1.00 @ Heron

£1.00 @ Heron Foods
Big bag of cathedral city grated cheese only £1 at heron foods in Derby Loads available this morning Hope this helps someone Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Big bag of cathedral city grated cheese only £1 at heron foods in Derby
Loads available this morning
Hope this helps someone
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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suspended#1
I was just going to post this... you beat me to it :D
2 Likes #2
short dated, worth a mention, got some yesterday was gonna post but realised only has a week on it

Edited By: ando on Nov 02, 2016 18:52
#3
Put this on the baked spuds above, yum lovely. Heat added. :)
1 Like #4
Freeze it.... long as it is still in date...done it loads ;)
#5
cburns
Freeze it.... long as it is still in date...done it loads ;)

Don't think you're supposed to freeze cheese, while it's a good offer it's not worthy of space in my freezer 8)
4 Likes #6
ando
short dated, worth a mention, got some yesterday was gonna post but realised only has a week on it

So this cheese spends weeks and months getting to a mature state, but the moment it goes into a plastic wallet it starts to go off... Pshaw
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CardboardCutout
ando
short dated, worth a mention, got some yesterday was gonna post but realised only has a week on it
So this cheese spends weeks and months getting to a mature state, but the moment it goes into a plastic wallet it starts to go off... Pshaw


There is that I suppose to take into consideration, it's just not as easy to cut off a mouldy piece on grated cheese :p

Edited By: ando on Nov 02, 2016 20:52
#8
if it goes mouldy does it then become Stilton?
2 Likes #9
ando
cburns
Freeze it.... long as it is still in date...done it loads ;)
Don't think you're supposed to freeze cheese, while it's a good offer it's not worthy of space in my freezer 8)

http://www.britishcheese.com/facts/faqs-31

Freezing is fine :)
#10
Freezing cheese is no problem, the texture changes a bit that's all but fine for cooking, I think some grated cheeses are coated in potato starch to keep the strands free flowing so this may affect the storage properties once opened.

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