- Store cheese in wax paper, butcher paper, or parchment paper to allow it to breathe and not get moldy. Store it in a cold part of your fridge.
- Hard and semi-hard cheeses like Parmesan, cheddar, and Swiss can be grated or cubed and kept in the freezer. After being in the freezer, cheese is best used in cooking.
- Soft and semi-soft cheeses do not freeze well.
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