Using Cheese

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This page contains tips for using, storing, and substituting types of cheese in recipes.
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If you are like me, you love dishes like Chili, Corned Beef Hash and Ravioli. But sometimes, if you love cheese, it's hard to deal with the mess of it being sprinkled on top. It's sometimes too melted, or sticks to the side of the bowl, or worse, spatters on the inside of your microwave.

Well today I solved the solution and thought I would share it with you. I put the cheese in the bowl first. (Head exploding here)! This not only melts the cheese, and keeps it under the food, but clean up is almost not necessary.

Today was Ravioli, and tomorrow, who knows! But whatever it is, it will be yummy and easier to eat!

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January 22, 2020

Powdered Parmesan cheese is a convenient way to always have some available. There should be a "best used by date" on the packaging. This cheese, according to Kraft Foods, can be safely kept in the cupboard or the fridge.

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Freezing is safe but not recommended as it can decrease the quality of the cheese.

A pile of powdered parmesan cheese.

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September 21, 2016

This is a page about substitute for gouda cheese in a recipe. Gouda cheese is not a type of cheese many of us regularly have in the fridge.

Two triangles of gouda cheese in red wax.

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January 2, 2014

This page is about ways to use leftover cheese. When cooking you can end up with leftover grated or pieces of different kinds of cheese.

Leftover Shredded Cheese

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September 1, 2012

This page contains cheese snack ideas. Cheese is a great snack food and can easily be made into a creative and tasty snack or appetizer.

Cheese and Tomato Snack

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September 8, 2011

Whether you bought cheese in bulk or have some left over, freezing it will keep it from molding and allow you to use it later. This is a page about freezing cheese.

Various cheeses on a table.

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