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If high-end cheeses are always a part of your weekly grocery run, then this two-ply cheese paper, made from the same material European cheesemongers use, is for you. Just like fruits do as they ripen, cheeses release gas as it ages. When it’s wrapped in plastic, foil or stashed in a Tupperware, those gases get trapped and can give the cheese a sharp ammonia taste. This French-made breathable paper is specially designed to wrap and store cheese and prevents spoiling by allowing air to circulate and simultaneously preventing moisture loss, so your wedge will stay soft and free of dangerous molds for longer. The plastic-free material is sourced from sustainable forests and is compostable, biodegradable and recyclable. Each package contains 15 sheets, which are large enough to accommodate a generous hunk of cheese, but have the benefit of being easy to cut down to size so as to not waste a whole sheet. Plus, 15 adhesive labels are included to seal the wrapper shut and mark the date and type of cheese inside.
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Use to maintain the texture and flavor of high-end cheeses. Reuse the same paper for the same type of cheese until butterfat stains become visible, then switch it out for a new one.
Be sure to fully enclose the cheese so none is exposed to air for the best results. You can re-use the paper for the same type of cheese until they look oily. So if you buy a piece of aged gouda every week or so, you can continue using one bag for each new piece until the natural oils of the cheese leave spots on the paper. If you only serve what you plant to eat and keep the remaining cheese cold and in the paper, you’ll be prolonging the life of your cheese and the cheese paper.
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