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long term cheese

Discussion in 'Survival/Preparedness Forum' started by Angel, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. Angel

    Angel

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    I saw a great show on the history of cheese. it said that cheese was a long term food for thousands of years. I saw a few threads on sealing your cheese in wax but I would like to just purchase a roll of cheese that is already sealed and good for storage. anyone have any ideas?
    thanks
    angel
     

  2. eracer

    eracer Where's my EBT?

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    I would buy that episode on Blu-ray. I lost a lot of drool during that show...
     
    Last edited: Aug 2, 2011
  3. Toyman

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    Try clicking on Thread Tools at the top of the first post and select "Subscribe to this thread", that keeps everyone from getting a notification email just to see you say "tagged". Thanks.

    P.S. Cheese is good food!
     
  4. LongGun1

    LongGun1 StraightShooter



    I have long term storage powdered & solid canned cheese..

    ..as well as bricks of aged sharp cheddar, sections of Parmigiano Reggiano, etc...

    ..but I would love to have a wheel or 2 of Parmigiano Reggiano in storage! :supergrin:

    http://www.amazon.com/Parmigiano-Re...r_1_1?s=grocery&ie=UTF8&qid=1312325810&sr=1-1
     
  5. jdavionic

    jdavionic NRA Member

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    I love cheese too much to store it. Not that storing it somehow degrades the cheese. Just that I envision a giant rat raiding the cheese depot :supergrin:
     
  6. Try a "whole foods", or the local gourmet market. I realize you can't use the second link directly, but there should be something like it near you somewhere..