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Why is it?
Your house is way filthier than that cave
Light, heat, temp changes, keep taking it out its packaging, probably a lot more of the wrong kinds of bacteria, wandering french people
the cave is 60F at the warmest. keep your house that cool and you can keep your cheese in the cupboard.
Depends of the cheese.
I usually don't have problems with Comté or Saint-Nectaire, but I better keep the bleu d'Auvergne in the fridge.
Also, if it's open from the rind it'll last shorter
this is the same thing as dry aged meats. You cut off the rotten parts or wrap it in something
a wheel of cheese is sealed. it is usually covered in wax, or it forms a rind made of good bacteria that doesn't let the bad bacteria get in.
blocks of cheese are cut. that sealed off inside area is now exposed
It's a conspiracy to keep people of color down by making their cheese spoil. Cheese made by people of color doesn't spoil, but cheese made by white people spoils when it is sold to people of color because white people are inherently racist because of their skin color, and it is in their nature to sell bad cheese to minorities.
real and true, baka
The White bacteria spoil the cheese as a defense against colored bacteria, this has been fact checked as true by real scientists.
The same reason an apple goes brown once you cut it and expose the flesh to the air.
It’s a special cheese cave.
if your cheese shop doesn't use formaticum wrap, change the shop
A few years before I moved into my current home my grandparents (from which I inherited it) installed a large walk-in cooler for meats and charcuterie; I don't eat meat (vegetarian, not vegan, and it's purely for personal health reasons, I'm not a rabid leftie) so I have little use for its original purpose, but I instead keep it at around 40 degrees and store cheeses (even opened packages) and other dairy in there that doesn't necessarily require freezing but takes up lots of space. Not any copious amounts and since I only ever use the cooler for small social events it doesn't much impact how I can use the space.
I have a bunch of hard cheeses that supposedly went bad months ago but they still taste the same and there's no mold or anything on them.
Cheesemongers use their poop knife
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