What works really well though is to vacuum seal your cheese and keep it in the back of your fridge. We were gifted with one of those foodsaver things, and the cheese does not get moldy if it is vacuum sealed.
I've never frozen blocks of cheese, so I'm no help in that regard.
|I've found that preshredded cheese actually freezes better - in that it doesn't clump together as much as freshly shredded.|
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Originally Posted by Samjm
That's because pre-shredded cheese is coated with a non-clumping agent (and the reason I won't buy pre-shredded cheese). It takes seconds to shred cheese with a food processor.
Eeeewww, really? That's all I ever buy because I'm lazy What is it coated with?
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But I was wondering this same thing!Azure standard has a great deal for raw cheddar in bulk I wanted to buy some next month.